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The Rev. Dr. Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan

 

Professor of Theology and Women’s studies at Shaw University Divinity School, Raleigh, NC,

Ordained Elder in the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church.

Author of over 20 books, including Violence and Theology, her edited The Sky is Crying: Racism, Classism, and Natural Disaster, both Abingdon, 2006; and Wake Up: Hip Hop, Christianity, & the Black Church,
due out June 2011

Degrees: B.A., Magna Cum Laude, in Voice & Piano;
Master of Music in Voice,
Master of Divinity
Doctor of Philosophy in Religion
.

Memberships in numerous professional guilds

Series Editor for the Greenwood/Praeger Women and Religion Book Series

Featured in Malka Drucker’s White Fire: A Portrait of Women Spiritual Leaders in America, Skylight Paths, 2003

2009 recipient of the Excellence in Academic Research Award, Shaw University.

Current research : interdisciplinary from hip hop and justice to Bible and culture; women's religious and leadership experience; to rage, grief, and transformation; music an sexuality

 

Known for her 6 P’s as: professor, preacher, priest, prophet, poet, and performer

 


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