(Hannah Cinea is a teen artist who started working for Artists For Humanity (AFH) during the summer of 2021 at the age of 15. She was born in Brooklyn and lives in Boston. Find out more about the artist HERE)
12:00 (ET -New York City Time)
Centering the life of writer and abolitionist Linda Brent (Harriet Jacobs), Dr. Nash discusses womanist theology, thought, and practices in the freedom drive of African American women past and present.
Dr. CL Nash obtained her PhD in Historical Theology from the University of Edinburgh and the University of Gloucestershire. She is the first recipient of the IASH Duncan Forrester Fellowship at Edinburgh University. In addition to her post in Edinburgh, she is a Visiting Scholar at the University of Leeds where she initiated and still manages a research project, Misogynoir to Mishpat (or from Hatred of Black Women to Restorative Justice). She launched the website (https://misogynoir2mishpat.com/) and hosted the inaugural, international seminar on May 13th (featuring Prof. Esther Mombo) with the second seminar hosted on Sept. 20th (featuring Prof. Rosetta Ross). A new member of the editorial board for Black Women and Religious Cultures, Dr. Nash is also published in various theological blogs including with the Centre for Religion and Public Life, Leeds University. Her work is also featured in journals including The Journal of Theology for Southern Africa. In addition to several articles and chapters being released throughout 2022, her first book is scheduled for release in 2023 with SCM Press.