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Monthly Archives: December 2010

Off the Menu: Asian and Asian North American Women’s Religion & Theology. Brock, Rita Nakashima, Jung Ha Kim, Kwok Pui-Lan, and Seung Ai Yang, eds. Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2007.

December 11th, 2010|

Off the Menu: Asian and Asian North American Women’s Religion & Theology is a collection of essays by different authors demonstrating the significance of the Asian and Asian North American women’s voice in Christian theology, as well as displaying unique ways of engaging Christianity in light of gender, culture, heritage, and history. Food and […]

Thinking of class in postcolonial societies: Sebastian Silva's The Maid (2009)

December 1st, 2010|

What constitutes postcolonial cinema? To qualify as such, does a film have to explicitly explore themes related directly to colonial and postcolonial relations between two countries and/or cultures? Does it have to be produced in a newly postcolonial society? Or can a film be postcolonial when it addresses certain social issues in a modern country […]

Thinking of class in postcolonial societies: Sebastian Silva’s The Maid (2009)

December 1st, 2010|

What constitutes postcolonial cinema? To qualify as such, does a film have to explicitly explore themes related directly to colonial and postcolonial relations between two countries and/or cultures? Does it have to be produced in a newly postcolonial society? Or can a film be postcolonial when it addresses certain social issues in a modern country […]

Vigil, José María (ed.): Toward a Planetary Theology

December 1st, 2010|

Vigil, José María (ed.): Toward a Planetary Theology. (Along the Many Paths of God, Vol. V), Dunamis Publishers / Montreal 2010, 198 pp.

The Spanish-Panamanian liberation theologian VIGIL has now presented the last volume of a global publication project. Together with the Theological Commission of the Ecumenical Association of the theologians of the Third World (EATWOT), […]