FPE Executive Director Stephanie Thurston published her chapter “Engaging the everyday in womanist ethics and Mujerista theology” in Everyday Ethics in October of 2019.
As Thurston describes it, her chapter:
encourages readers to view [Michael] Banner’s important work as a contribution to a rich corpus on the everyday, the roots of which, I contend, are exemplified in the early works of womanist ethicist Katie Cannon and the mujerista theologian Ada María Isasi-Díaz … a deeper engagement with marginalized strands of the tradition that have been attending to the everyday for decades, and that ushered in this ethnographic turn, could be a further boon to the broader field as it continues to explore what is at stake in attending to the everyday.
Congrats, Stephanie! Get the book from Georgetown Press here.