Laugh, Dance, Cry: Re-Bodying Identities Dis-integrated by Violence

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Title

Laugh, Dance, Cry: Re-Bodying Identities Dis-integrated by Violence

Description

Lecture given by Dr. Stephanie M. Crumpton during African-American Heritage Celebration week, delivered in Santee Chapel on 12 February 2016. In this academic lecture, Dr. Stephanie Crumpton, Lancaster Seminary Assistant Professor of Practical Theology, addresses issues relating to theology and violence, asking the questions: What resources help us identify and interrogate theological traditions that serve to justify the violence and subjugation of Black flesh and identity? What process enables us to grapple with how we have internalized white supremacy as the lynch pin in our own unconsciously motivated leanings? Dr. Crumpton is author of A Womanist Pastoral Theology Against Intimate and Cultural Violence (2014, Palgrave Macmillan). Included in the lecture is an excerpt from the motion picture "Beloved" (Director Jonathan Demme. Performers: Oprah Winfrey, Danny Glover. DVD. Touchstone Pictures, 1998.) The lecture was sponsored by The Nathan Baxter Fund. Digital video recording (mp4). Duration: 52 minutes, 56 seconds.

Creator

Crumpton, Stephanie M., 1976-

Publisher

Lancaster, PA: Lancaster Theological Seminary

Date

2015

Rights

© Stephanie M. Crumpton; posted by permission

Subject

Black theology

Type

Video

Format

digital video (MP4)

Language

English

Citation

Crumpton, Stephanie M., 1976-, “Laugh, Dance, Cry: Re-Bodying Identities Dis-integrated by Violence,” Lancaster Theological Seminary Digital Archive , accessed September 26, 2017, http://archive.lancasterseminary.edu/items/show/332.

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