Liberation Theologies in the United States: An Introduction

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INDEX
AAR (American Academy of Religion), 49
academia, 9, 14n18
Acosta-Belen, Edna, 91
ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power), 182–183, 188, 198, 204n28
adelphopoiesis (brotherhood rites), 190
AETH (Association for Hispanic Theological Education), 93
African Methodist Episcopal Church, 28
Agosto, Efrain, 96–97
Ahmed, Leila, 212
AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP), 182–183, 188, 198, 204n28
AIM (American Indian Movement), 4–5
Allen, Richard, 16–17
Althaus-Reid, Marcella, 189, 201, 218
Althusser, Louis, 158
American Academy of Religion (AAR), 49
American Indian Movement (AIM), 4–5
American Indian theology, 168–180; ceremonies in, 172–173; Christianity and Native traditions, 168–170, 172; Christianity of American Indians, 177; cosmic balance in, 171; description, 171–172; development of, 5; Exodus story in, 171–172; fundamentalist and evangelical Indians, 177; historical backdrop, 168–170; ongoing issues, 177; sources, 172–175; theology as inconsistent with Native worldviews, 171, 173–175, 178n12; theoretical and methodological considerations, 176–177; tiospaye (clan) membership and, 170. See also Native feminist theology
“American Indian Women” (Jaimes), 152–153
American Indians. See Native Americans
American Psychiatric Association, 181
American Psychological Association, 181
Anderson, Victor, 26
Andrews, Dale, 32
Anselm, Saint, 77
Apess, William, 169
apocalyptic theology, 116–117
Aponte, Edwin, 95
Apuntes (journal), 65, 93
Aquinas, Saint Thomas, 77, 183
Aquino, Jorge, 96
Aquino, María Pilar: as editor, 73; feminism and, 67; Feminist Intercultural Theology (with Rosado-Nunes), 71; Hispanic/ Latino(a) theology and, 95, 96; Latina/o theology and, 65, 67–69; Our Cry for Life, 68; Religion, Feminism and Justice (with Rodríguez and Machado), 71; “The Veneration of Mary and ‘Mary’ of the Veneration,” 67
Ar’n’t I a Woman? (White), 39–40
“Asia” (the term), 145n14
“Asian” (the term), 135
“Asian American” (the term), 145n14
Asian American Christians, 119
Asian American feminist theology, 131–148; “betwixt and between” theme in, 143–144; Bible in, 139; Confucianism and, 136; description, 134–135; dialogical imagination in, 139; han in, 137–138; han-pu-ri in, 138; historical backdrop, 131–134; hybridity in, 139–140; immigration restrictions against Asians, 133–134; inductive nature, 137; interstitial integrity, 142–143; Latina theology and, 81; marginality, experience of, 143–144; minjung in, 138; multifaith hermeneutics in, 139; ongoing issues, 140–144; Orientalism and, 141–143; Otherness in, 142; pneuma in, 136; pneumatology in, 136–137;

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: Black Theology 15
  • 2: Womanist Theology 37
  • 3: Latina Theology 61
  • 4: Hispanic/Latino(A) Theology 86
  • 5: Asian American Theology 115
  • 6: Asian American Feminist Theology 131
  • 7: Native Feminist Theology 149
  • 8: American Indian Theology 168
  • 9: Gay and Lesbian Theologies 181
  • 10: Feminist Theology 209
  • Contributors 227
  • Index 231
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