Engage essays that are profoundly theological and resolutely social
In this collection of essays, contributors seek to analyze the vision of the critical task espoused by Latino/a critics. The project explores how such critics approach their vocation as critics in the light of their identity as members of the Latino/a experience and reality. A variety of critics-representing a broad spectrum of the Latino/a American formation, along various axes of identity-address the question in whatever way they deem appropriate: What does it mean to be a Latino/a critic?
Essays from sixteen scholarsArticles bring together the fields of biblical studies and racial-ethnic studiesConclusion addresses directions for future research
Subjects: Religion, Language & Literature
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