WSRP Research Associate 2019–20
Georgia State University
Hidden Histories: Faith as a Site of Black Lesbian Activism
The project utilizes the oral histories of black lesbian religious leaders to examine the spiritual practices animating social justice activism. It emphasizes the significance of self-identity and social location as important tools of resistance and liberation.
Monique Moultrie is an associate professor of religious studies at Georgia State University. Her scholarly pursuits include projects in sexual ethics, African American religions, and gender and sexuality studies.
HDS 3082: Leadership and Womanist Moral Traditions (Fall 2019)