PT/TS275 Ecowomanism for Urban Ecologies (Spring 2023)

Our planet is increasingly fragile and urban. With ecowomanist methods, students explore ecomemory, spatial profiling, and the healing, revolutionary power of nature play. This course reimagines Christian theologies of nature and ecojustice strategies to construct spiritual practices, land theo-ethics, and theological imaginations for a just climate-crisis future in urban ecologies.


Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor.

Note: Fulfills concentration requirement for Religion and the Black Experience students. Fulfills MASJ eco-justice, and gender/sexuality justice requirements. Identical to TS 275.

Professor: Lea Schweitz