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Episode 73 - Privileging Blackness Among Predominantly White Students: Mitzi Smith & Dan Ulrich

Episode 73 - Privileging Blackness Among Predominantly White Students: Mitzi Smith & Dan Ulrich

Update: 2021-07-20
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The courses and conversations needed to teach away from white supremacy and toward equity, freedom and humility require new conversation partners, creating new kinds of courses, and bravery. Such a conversation emerged when Dr. Smith (Columbia Theological Seminary) welcomed Dr. Ulrich (Bethany Theological Seminary & Earlham School of Religion) and students from their respective schools into a new course that she developed and taught on African American and Womanist hermeneutics and the Gospel of Luke. Smith and Ulrich will reflect on what they have learned through that experience, which has included consultations and writing supported by the Wabash Center. Learning in consultation throughout the project took imagination, patience, and vulnerability.

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Episode 73 - Privileging Blackness Among Predominantly White Students: Mitzi Smith & Dan Ulrich

Episode 73 - Privileging Blackness Among Predominantly White Students: Mitzi Smith & Dan Ulrich

The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion