Series Editor: Dwight Hopkins and Linda Thomas
The Black Religion/Womanist Thought/Social Justice Series produces works engaging any dimension of black religion or womanist thought as they pertain to social justice. Womanist thought is a new approach in the study of African American women's perspectives. The series includes a variety of African American religious expressions; traditions such as Protestant and Catholic Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Humanism, African diasporic practices, religion and gender, religion and black gays/lesbians, ecological justice issues, African American religiosity and its relation to African religions, new black religious movements or religious dimensions in African American "secular" experiences.
Dwight N. Hopkins is an ordained Baptist minister who holds Master of Divinity and Master of Philosophy, and two Ph.D. degrees from Union Theological Seminary and from the University of Cape Town in South Africa, and is Associate Professor of Theology at the University of Chicago Divinity School. Hopkins has authored or edited nearly a dozen books, such as Down, Up & Over: Slave Religion and Black Theology.
Linda Thomas is Professor of Theology and Anthropology at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago.
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