The achievement of our humanity comes about only through immersion in concrete, visceral, embodied relational experience; yet for many human beings that achievement is stamped by the struggle against oppression in history, society, and religion.
M. Shawn Copeland is Associate Professor of Theology at Boston College, a former President of the Catholic Theological Society of America, and a former Convenor of the Black Catholic Theological Symposium. Copeland has taught theology at Marquette University and Yale University Divinity School. She has also served as adjunct Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at the Institute for Black Catholic Studies, Xavier University of Louisiana, New Orleans. She has lectured extensively in the United States as well as in Australia, Belgium, Canada, and Nigeria.
Body, Race, and Being
Making a Body Black: Inventing Race
Skin as Horizon: Theorizing Race and Racism
Black Body Theology
Objectifying the Body
The Subject of Freedom
The Freedom of the Subject
Enfleshing Freedom-Return to the Clearing
Marking the Body of Jesus, the Body of Christ
Jesus and Empire
The Body in the New Imperial (Dis)Order
Marking the (Queer) Flesh of Christ
(Re)Marking the Flesh of the Church
Turning the Subject
A New Anthropological Question
A New Anthropological Subject
Eschatological Healing of "the Body of Broken Bones"
Eucharist, Racism, and Black Bodies
Wounding the Body of a People
Terrorizing the Body of a People
Eucharistic Solidarity: Embodying Christ
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