Toni Morrison's Spiritual Vision
Faith, Folktales, and Feminism in Her Life and Literature
Toni Morrison's Spiritual Vision unpacks an oft-ignored but essential element of her work--her religion--and in so doing gives readers a deeper, richer understanding of her life and her writing. Nadra Nittle's wide-ranging, deep exploration of Morrison's oeuvre reveals the role of religion and spirituality in her life and literature.
My Encounter with Racism and the Forbidden Word in an American Classic
This book is about a Black man's experience of reading Mark Twain's classic Adventures of Huckleberry Finn for the first time while in graduate school. It captures the author's emotional struggle with Twain's use of the racial epithet more than two hundred times in the text. In these pages, Harris challenges his instructor and classmates and inspires readers to redress the long history of American racism and white supremacy bound up with the N word.
Black Lives Matter to Jesus
The Salvation of Black Life and All Life in Luke and Acts
Black-skinned people were and are included in the family of God, demonstrating that all colors in the family of God have dignity. This view bolsters a Christian anti-racist agenda. This work attempts to undermine Christian racism that has deemed Black skin inherently problematic, showing that the destruction of racism is at the heart of the gospel of Jesus.
Gerhard O. Forde, Bradley C. Jenson
Florian Klug, Marcus Pound
Aziz O-Din Nasafi, Amir Sabzevary
Steve Austin, Robert W. Lee