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A non-Bookbinding Experiment…

I serve as a librarian at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. I am also working on a doctoral degree in “global Christianity and development.” This page is an experiment that is pulling together two interests of mine—librarianship and the variegated beauty of the global church.

There has been a tremendous demographic shift in Christianity over the years—to the point where Christianity cannot be considered a “Western religion” or an American or European “export” religion. Rather, the majority of Christians worldwide live in the Global South (in Africa, South America, Asia, and Oceania). As a theological librarian, part of my job is to ‘amplify’ the voice of Majority World theologians. The bibliography below is merely a test case of a project I’ve begun working on – building a bibliography of works published by the theologians featured in the Global Church Project’s Women Theologians of Global Christianity series. This initial bibliography is based off of the post, “Some Indigenous Women Theologians You Should Know About” by Jocabed Solano and Drew Jennings-Grisham

Static Bibliography:

Below is a list of items in the GlobalTheologyBib Zotero group – ordered by date and then author.

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.

This is what a search box might look like:

Enter terms into the search box below. I will be figuring out the best way of “tagging” the entries in the GlobalTheologyBib Zotero group database and listing relevant tags in WordPress.

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