In conversation with Professor Anthony Reddie

Race & Resistance is pleased to welcome Professor Anthony Reddie to open our series of events for Trinity term. Professor Reddie will speak to the group about some of his current work, his experiences within the field of Black Theology, and his upcoming book Living Black Theology: Issues of Pedagogy, Mission, and Praxis (University of Oxford Press). After this, the session will open to a Q&A, so come prepared with some questions.

Biography: Professor Anthony Reddie’s scholarship in Black theology has been informed by his doctorate in Education and Practical Theology, undertaken at the University of Birmingham with Professor John Hull. His consistent research interest has been the interface between Black Theology and decolonial/transformative education as a means of conscientization and empowerment. He is the author of numerous books, articles, and book chapters. His more recent books include Theologising Brexit: A Liberationist and Postcolonial Critique (Routledge, 2010), the republished Is God Colour-Blind? Insights from Black Theology for Christian Faith and Ministry (SPCK, 2020) and Intercultural Preaching [co-edited with Seidel Abel Boargenes and Pamela Searle], (Regent’s Park College, 2021). Professor Reddie is an A rated, Leading International Researcher with the South African National Research Foundation (NRF), who is also a recipient of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s 2020 Lanfranc Award for ‘exceptional and sustained contribution to Black theology In Britain and beyond.’

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