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Insights from African American Interpretation (Online) by
Describes the distinctive African American experience of Scripture, from slavery to Black Liberation Theology and beyond, and the unique angles of perception that an intentional African American interpretation brings to the text for a contemporary generation of scholars.
Bitter the Chastening Rod: Africana Biblical Interpretation After Stony the Road We Trod in the Age of BLM, SayHerName, and MeToo (Online) by
In this book, Africana biblical scholars argue that race, class, gender, and sexuality still matter for doing biblical interpretation/translation, centering the socio-political and cultural contexts of Africana peoples negotiating life, death, and hope in the age of #BLM, #SayHerName, #MeToo, and a global pandemic.
Blackening of the Bible: The Aims of African American Biblical Scholarship by
Introduces the topic of African American biblical hermeneutics and explores the arc of scholarship to include the ways African Americans have engaged biblical text historically. Focuses on African American biblical scholars to include African American womanist scholars. Offers four critiques of academic African American biblical interpretation and four proposals for future interpreters.