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Below is a list of items in the GlobalTheologyBib Zotero group – ordered by date and then author.
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Solano, Jocabed, and Drew Jennings-Grisham. “Some Indigenous Women Theologians That You Should Know About.” The GlobalChurch Project (blog), November 22, 2020. https://theglobalchurchproject.com/indigenous-women-theologians/.
Sievers, Burkhard, Luis Vásquez Montecinos, and Erlini Tola Medina. Derechos humanos de segunda generación. La Paz, Bolivia: Centro de Promoción de la Mujer Gregoria Apaza, 2001.
Prentis, Brooke. “Does the Hope for Reconciliation Lie with the Millennials?” Zadok Perspectives, no. 137 (2017): 19–21.
Prentis, Brooke. “Acknowledgement of Country.” The ANZTLA EJournal 23 (2019): 2–4. https://doi.org/10.31046/anztla.v0i23.1529.
Prentis, Brooke. “Deep Wounds That Have Not Been Dealt With.” Sojourners Magazine 48, no. 8 (August 2019): 26–26.
Peterson, Wendy Beauchemin, Cheryl Bear, and Linda M. Martin. “Ways of Knowing Self: Reclamation of Real Indigenous Identity.” Journal of NAIITS 9 (2011): 31–57.
Davis, Hilary, and Cheryl Bear. “Growing Joyfully into the Fullness of Christ: An Interview with Rev. Cheryl Bear-Barnetson.” Priscilla Papers 24, no. 4 (2010): 23–25.
Chipana Quispe, Sofía. Apocalíptica: relatos para la recreación de la vida. La Paz, Bolivia: ISEAT, 2012.
Chipana Quispe, Sofía. “The Place of the Bible in the Process of Andean Decolonisation and Interculturality.” Translated by Christopher Lawrence. Concilium 2019, no. 4 (2019): 38–49.
Chipana Quispe, Sofía. “Relational Wisdom and Spiritualities in Abya Yala.” Concilium 2020, no. 1 (2020): 59–68.
Chipana Quispe, Sofía. “The Connection with the Mercy That Inhabits Us.” Concilium 2017, no. 4 (2017): 11–20.
Bear, Cheryl, and Steve Heinrichs. “Come Back, Good as Old.” In Buffalo Shout, Salmon Cry: Conversations on Creation, Land Justice, and Life Together, 70–73. Harrisonburg, VA: Herald Press, 2013.
Bear, Cheryl. Introduction to First Nations Ministry. Cleveland, TN: Cherohala Press, 2013.
Bear, Cheryl. ...“...In My Own Land.” In Buffalo Shout, Salmon Cry: Conversations on Creation, Land Justice, and Life Together, 60–60. Harrisonburg, VA, 2013.