M. Shawn Copeland
Ph.D., Boston College/Andover Newton Theological School
Theological and philosophical anthropology, embodiment, political theology, theological methods; African and African–derived religious and cultural experience and African-American intellectual history.
Methods in Theology
Theology and the Body
Challenge of Justice
Pulse: The Meaning and Way of Jesus
Enfleshing Freedom: Body, Race, and Being (Fortress Press, 2010).
The Subversive Power of Love: The Vision of Henriette Delille: The Madeleva Lecture in Spirituality (Paulist Press, 2009).
Uncommon Faithfulness: The Black Catholic Experience. With LaReine-Marie Mosely and Albert Raboteau (Orbis Books, 2009).
“Cognitional Theory as Epistemic Disobedience,” Lonergan Research Institute, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, October 2016.
“Enfleshing Love: Another Reading of Toni Morrison’s Beloved,” Rice University, Houston, Texas, February 2016.
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