Race, Gender, and Affect in Church
Chapter One traces debates on race and gender church leadership, asking why racialized and radicalized leaders stay involved despite racist microaggressions and celebration of police. I argue that people affectively apprehend the church’s potential to be and do more, and use their ministries to serve more radical, capacious ethico-political goals.
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