Self, Culture, And Others In Womanist Practical Theology by P. SheppardSelf, Culture, And Others In Womanist Practical Theology by P. Sheppard

Self, Culture, And Others In Womanist Practical Theology

byP. Sheppard

Hardcover | February 22, 2011

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To illustrate the complexities of black women's experiences of self-identification and racial embodiment, Phillis Isabella Sheppard provides an account that engages both psychoanalytic theory and the role of religion and cultural objects in self-understanding.
Phillis Isabella Sheppard is Interim Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Religion, Psychology, and Culture at Vanderbilt Divinity School, USA.
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Title:Self, Culture, And Others In Womanist Practical TheologyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:240 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0 inPublished:February 22, 2011Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230102883

ISBN - 13:9780230102880

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Table of Contents

Black As You See Me * PART I: LIVING BLACKNESS: WOMANIST PERSPECTIVES ON BLACK WOMEN'S EXPERIENCE * Living Blackness: Black Women's Experience of Religion * The Current Shape of Womanist Practical Theology * Suffering and Pain, Longing and Love: Womanist Theological Perspectives on Psychic Experience * PART II: PSYCHOANALYSIS AND BLACK EXPERIENCE: CRITIQUE AND APPROPRIATION * Black Psychoanalysis and Black Feminist Psychoanalytic Literary Criticism: Resources Toward a Critical Appropriation of Psychoanalysis * PART III: WOMANIST PRACTICAL THEOLOGY * Black Women and Self Psychology: Toward a Usable Dialogue * PART III: WOMANIST PRACTICAL THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION * Black Embodiment and Religious Experience after Trauma: Womanist Self Psychological Perspective on the Mourning of Cultural Selfobjects * A Dark Body of Goodness Created in the Image of God: Navigating Sexuality, Race, and Gender Alone and Together * Black and Beautiful: Reading the Song of Songs * Final Thoughts: Womanist Practices