EDITORIAL: RECONFIGURING THEOLOGY: NEED FOR ORGANIC INTELLECTUALS AND A CHALLENGE TO EPISTEMIC PRIVILEGE

Itumeleng Daniel Mothoagae

Abstract


 

The articles published in this issue of Scriptura were subjected to a rigorous peer review process in accordance with the required academic standard set for this journal. Authors of the African continent and the Diaspora in various fields of the humanities have contributed to this special issue that emerged partly from the conference, Voice and Voicelessness: Religion and Theology beyond the Ivory Tower (how do we make our thinking relevant in academia and the community?), hosted by the University of South Africa in collaboration with the Institute for Diasporan Culture, New York, and Berkeley College, New York, from 3 to 5 October 2012.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/112-0-99

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