2010 C. Shelby Rooks Lecture
The Center for the Study of Black Faith and Life at the Chicago Theological Seminary presented the Fourth Annual C. Shelby Rooks Lectureship on Thursday, October 6, 2010 at 6:30 p.m. Distinguished religious scholar, Rev. Dr. Andrea White, delivered the lecture titled “The Storied Self as Subversive Power: Womanist Theology and Narrative Identity."
Rev. Dr. Andrea White is the Assistant Professor of Theology and Culture at Emory University Candler School of Theology. Dr. White specializes in constructive Christian theology and womanist theology, with research interests especially in the doctrine of God, theology of otherness, womanist perspectives on theological anthropology, postmodern theories of alterity, and the relationship between theology and philosophy.
The Center for the Study of Black Faith and Life empowers, equips, and encourages African American students to translate and integrate Black history and culture into a theological educational process that is committed to the liberation of Black people. Chicago Theological Seminary, a seminary of the United Church of Christ, serves Christ and the churches and the wider faith community by preparing women and men in the understandings and skills needed for religious leadership and ministry to individuals, churches, and society. For more information call 773.896.2462.