Anthony Reddie is the Director: Oxford Centre for Religion and Culture Regent’s Park College, University of Oxford. Extraordinary Professor, Theological Ethics, University of South Africa….
Being and Doing: decolonising Quaker identity
7 December 2022 - 7 December 2022
19:00 - 21:00
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This session takes a postcolonial approach to reflecting on Quaker identity through the lens of Willie James Jennings’ pioneering work on ‘Whiteness’.
While Quakerism has an enviable reputation for social and political radicalism, this radical witness, has nonetheless, been impeded by the often-invisible perspectives of Whiteness. This session will seek to deconstruct the hidden facet of Whiteness, so enabling British Quakerism to be a more inclusive and dynamic tradition in British life.
This course will involve:
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