Table of contents for Deeper shades of purple : womanism in religion and society / edited by Stacey M. Floyd-Thomas.

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Contents
Acknowledgments, xv
Wisdom Rocked Steady [poem]
Nancy Lynne Westfield, xvi
Introduction
Writing for Our Lives: Womanism as an Epistemological Revolution
Stacey M. Floyd-Thomas, 1
PART I: RADICAL SUBJECTIVITY, 19
When Mama Was God [poem]
Raedorah Stewart-Dodd, 20
1	Structured Academic Amnesia: As If This True Womanist Story Never Happened
Katie G. Cannon, 24
2	From ¿Force Ripe¿ to ¿Womanish/ist¿: Black Girlhood and African Diasporan Feminist Consciousness
Carol B. Duncan, 37
3	Womanism Encounters Islam: A Muslim Scholar Considers the Efficacy of a Method Rooted in the Academy and the Church
Debra Majeed, 50
4	Standing in the Shoes My Mother Made: The Making of a Catholic Womanist Theologian
Diana Hayes, 72
PART II: TRADITIONAL COMMUNALISM, 103
Reflecting\Black [poem]
Dianne M. Stewart, 104
5	Dancing Limbo: Black Passages Through the Boundaries of Place, Race, Class, and Religion
Dianne M. Stewart, 110
6	Hospitality, Haints, and Healing: A Southern African American Meaning of Religion
Rosemarie Freeney Harding with Rachel Elizabeth Harding, 131
7	Lessons and Treasures in Our Mothers¿ Witness: Why I Write about Black Women¿s Activism
Rosetta E. Ross, 153
8	¿Mama Why¿?¿ A Womanist Epistemology of Hope
Lynne Westfield, 171
PART III: REDEMPTIVE SELF-LOVE, 188
I¿ve Been Mixed Like Cornbread [poem]
Raedorah Stewart-Dodd, 189
9	Twenty Years a Womanist: An Affirming Challenge
Kelly Brown Douglas, 191
10	A Womanist Journey
Karen Baker-Fletcher, 208
11	Quilting Relations with Creation: Overcoming, Going Through, and Not Being Stuck
Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan, 233
12 	The Sweet Fire of Honey: Womanist Visions of Osun as a Methodology of Emancipation
Shani Settles
PART IV: CRITICAL ENGAGEMENT, 278
Nevertheless, In Stark Contradiction [poem]
Lynne Westfield, 279
13	Womanist Humanism
Melanie L. Harris, 283
14	A Thinking Margin: The Womanist Movement as Critical Cognitive Praxis
M. Shawn Copeland, 305
15	The Womanist Dancing Mind: Speaking to the Expansiveness of Womanist Discourse
Emilie M. Townes, 320
PART V: APPROPRIATION AND RECIPROCITY, 337
they came because of the wailing [poem]
emilie townes, 338
16	Womanist Visions, Womanist Spirit
An Asian Feminist Response
Kwok Pui-Lan, 340
17	Lavender Celebrates Purple
A White Feminist Response
Letty Russell, 351
18	Womanists and Mujeristas, Sisters in the Struggle
A Mujerista Response
Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz, 358
19	Mining the Motherlode
A Latina Feminist Response
Daisy Machado, 365
20	What¿s the Theological Equivalent of a ¿Manish Boy? 
A Humanist and Black Theologian Response
Anthony Pinn, 372
21	Lies Above Suspicion: Being Human in Black Folk Tales
A Black Liberation Theologian Response
Dwight Hopkins, 382
22	Is a Womanist a Black Feminist? Marking the Distinctions and Defying Them
A Black Feminist Response
Traci C. West, 394
Bibliography, 400
About the Contributors, 426
Index		000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Womanist theology.