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Kelly Brown Douglas

Professor of Religion

VM 141
410-337-6260
kdouglas@Goucher.edu


Education

Bachelors of Science, Summa Cum Laude, Denison University, 1979;

Masters of Theology, Union Theological Seminary, 1982

Doctor of Philosophy, Union Theological Seminary, 1988


Areas of Scholarly Expertise and Interest

Womanist Theology

Sexuality and Black Church


Recent Publications/Presentations/Performances

Sexuality and the Sacred, Second Edition, ed. With Marvin M. Ellison (WJK Press, 2010)

The Black Body and The Black Church/A Blues Slant (Forthcoming Palgrave Press, Fall 2012)

Goodspeed Lecture, Denison University April 2, 2012

Martin Luther King, Jr. Lecture, Virginia Theological Seminary, April 16, 2012


Awards/Significant Accomplishments

Honored As Womanist Legend Black Religious Scholars Group at Womanist Legends Gala, New York, March, 2012;

Scholars Board For Ms. Magazine

First Recipient of Anna Julia Cooper Award, Union of Black Episcopalians, 2012



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