Three New Testament Scholars, A Womanist, A White Feminist, and an Indian Postcolonial Feminist, discuss the issues of our time and what it means to build a multi racial coalition within the academy to begin to dismantle the whiteness within our institutions, our scholarship, and the world.
Dr. Sharon Jacob: Assistant Professor of New Testament
Dr. Angela N. Parker: Assistant Professor of New Testament and Greek
Dr. Karri L. Whipple: ...
This podcast features a FSR-sponsored American Academy of Religion panel from 2018 where panelists reflect on what they wish they’d know as students and early career scholars.
In this honest and deeply human podcast episode, Colby College senior, Tori Paquette, tells the story of how and why she left evangelicalism. For more on the subject, in Tori's own words, see the following blog: http://boldbrightbeautiful.com/not-evangelical/?fbclid=IwAR2SOL_DMkDAuLbcdgYOvw6a3hFVa4oUPTYL0g858Htz4m20wYyBAbTuPT8. Interview by Sarah Emanuel.
This week's bonus episode interrogates the social effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, especially towards the Asian and Asian American population in the United States. Within the U.S. the coronavirus disease has not only uncovered how human systems and treatment of the world have historically caused earthly harm, but also how social strain exposes cultural brokenness, agitates interpersonal animosity, and incites racist violence.
This podcast opens up space to talk about liberationist hermeneutics within the field of Religious Studies and the subfield of Biblical Studies. Some questions we ask include: what are liberationist hermeneutics? What are its lineages (within your respective speciality/area/focus)? What does it do? What does it limit? Can we be feminist scholars without maintaining a liberationist lens? Why/why not? Who gets to say? What are areas ...
This podcast introduces narrative as crucial to the knowledge and support of feminist voices in the field of religious studies. This episode focuses on a scholar’s story including how who they are has shaped and/or helped determine their interests and feminist position, their emergence in the field, their hopes for the field, and their hopes for the direction of their work.
Feminists Talk Religion is a podcast elevating the stories, scholarship, conversations, and impact of feminists, especially women, in the field of religious studies and beyond. This introduction offers a conversational glimpse into the imagination behind and hope for the podcast.
Co-hosted by Sarah Emanuel and Oluwatomisin “Tomi” Oredein