Queer and Indecent
An Introduction to the Theology of Marcella Althaus Reid
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The work of Marcella Maria Althaus-Reid is both groundbreaking and notoriously difficult to read, as it blends theories from post-colonial studies, queer studies, gender and sexuality studies, and feminist and liberation theologies.
Offering a much needed introduction to the work of the theologian, Queer and Indecent shows the development of Althaus-Reid's core concepts - indigeneity, economic oppression, the body, indecency, heterosexuality, and sex, as well as setting her life in context with an overview of her stance on feminist teaching and activism, and her critique of Latin American liberation theology.
Designed to introduce a new generation to her work, this volume serves as both an indispensable guidebook and a launchpad for students to explore her extraordinary writing for themselves.
1. Biography 7
2. The Theological Marketplace: Activism Teaching, Scholarship 11
3. The Hermeneutical Circle 22
4. Critiques of Latin American Liberation Theology and Feminist Theology 35
5. Post-colonialism and Indigeneity 48
6. Capitalism and the Excluded 60
7. Women and Woman-God 73
8. The Whole Body 86
9. Indecency/Decency 99
10. Heterosexuality 110
11. Queering 123
12. A Marginal God 135
13. Crucifixions/Resurrections 144
Index of Names and Subjects 161
From Feminist Theology to Indecent Theology
Controversies in Body Theology
Controversies in Political Theology
Another Possible World
Dancing Theology in Fetish Boots
Controversies in Feminist Theologies
Liberation Theology and Sexuality