Sorry for the delay on this! Thanks for your patience, listeners!
- How we get from the first wave to the second
- “One is not born a woman, but becomes one.”
- Essentialism v. Social Construction
- Liberal Feminism v. Radical Feminism
- “Womanism is to feminism as purple is to lavender.”
- Mainstream feminism and the exclusion of women of color
- A bit from our previous episode
- Duggan, Cheryl Kirk. “Globalization and Narrative.” The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theology. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2012. Print.
- Is Womanist Theology Liberation Theology?
- Feminism is about the flourishing of all people, and so is Christianity
- Such flourishing necessitates service—right here, right now.
- Mujerista Theology, Womanist Theology and human dignity
- Womanism offers perspective on White privilege
- Alice Walker and the genius of the everyday
- Liberation Theologies and biotexts
- Jones, Serene. “Feminist Theology and the Global Imagination” The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theology. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2012. Print.
- Broadening definitions of what texts are open to political and theological analysis
- The connection between theory and praxis
- The rise of service learning—do children understand what it’s for?
- Parenting and encouraging the theory/praxis integration
- How do we hear multiple voices coming from perspectives of varying levels of privilege?
- How do we, as white women, have this conversation about the needs of women of color?
- Should agreement be our goal?
- Lots of love for Hannah Price!
For Next Time
- Chapter TBA from Sara Marcus’ Girls to the Front: The True Story of the Riot Grrl Revolution (Harper Perennial, 2010)