Womanist Ethics

Womanist Ethics

 

Students enrolled in Christian Ethics 203 with Dr. Michelle Wolff work in small groups to produce creative projects based on one of the following womanist methods: radical subjectivity, traditional communalism, redemptive self-love, critical engagement, or appropriation & reciprocity. Informed by course readings, each group utilizes womanism to address contemporary concerns of race, gender, and class.

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Submissions from 2018

Video: Womanism and S.O.U.L., Scott Brick, Ariana M. Raya, and Elizabeth Vlasak

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Magazine: Alice: A Womanist Ethics Magazine, Lucy Kebler, Grace DeMatteis, Karli Stankus, and Laurin Hopping

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Video: Women's Appropriation and Reciprocity in Sports, Brett Niederer, Maxx J. Carpenter, Gary Dodovich, and Jack Jelen

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Powerpoint: Critical Engagement: Colin Kaepernick, Mason Sargent, Tate Henrikson, Sean N. Bennington, Justin M. Porter, and Nicolete D. Moyo