Natalie Wigg-Stevenson joins the pod to talk about what it is Ethnographic theology and why pastors and church leaders would benefit from putting it into practice more often.
Dr. Wigg-Stevenson is Associate Professor of Contextual Education and Theology at Emmanuel College, where she directs the MDiv and Contextual Education Programs. Her current research delves into how ethnographic methods could help create theological conversations across church, academy and everyday life. She is also interested in liturgical, feminist and queer theologies, cultural theories of practice, aesthetics, pop culture, and in decolonizing pedagogies.
Her new book, Transgressive Devotion: Theology as Performance Art, comes out in February, 2021.
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