Dr. Lovelace to Present “Still Womanist: Reading Biblical Texts Intersectionally”
March 1, 2023
Women's History Month Lecture
Womanist scholar Dr. Vanessa Lovelace, associate dean and associate professor of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament at Lancaster Theological Seminary, will present, “Still Womanist: Reading Biblical Texts Intersectionally,” on Tuesday, March 21 at 6:00pm ET. Dr. Lovelace will discuss her womanist hermeneutical approach to interpreting biblical texts in person at Moravian Seminary’s Bahnson Center Saal and virtually on Zoom.
The event is part of Moravian University’s celebration of Women’s History Month. Register to attend the free event here.
The term womanist was popularized by poet, author, and activist Alice Walker in her widely acclaimed collection of essays, In Search of Our Mothers’ Gardens: Womanist Prose (1983). Walker’s description resonated with Black women and other women of color and others for whom the term feminist was inadequate for naming their multiple and simultaneous experiences of race, caste, sexuality, gender, and class discrimination.