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James W. Perkinson

Professor of Social Ethics

Ecumenical Theological Seminary

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Ecumenical Theological Seminary

2930 Woodward Ave.

Detroit, Michigan,48201

United States

Company Description

The Ecumenical Theological Seminary was established in 1980 (as the Ecumenical Theological Center) to respond to the need for theological education in the Detroit metropolitan area. It is committed to the city of Detroit as a unique laboratory for ministerial ...more

Background Information

Affiliations

Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education

Adjunct Faculty Member


Education

PhD

Denver University


PhD

theology/history of religions

University of Chicago


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James Perkinson
James Perkinson is professor of ethics and systematic theology at Ecumenical Theological Seminary in Detroit. He has written about religious expression in rap music. He is the author of White Theology: Outing Supremacy in Modernity and has written about race in connection with religion and urban culture.


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Faculty: Dr. Jim Perkinson
Dr. Jim Perkinson, Professor of Ethics and Systematic Theology, Ecumenical Theological Seminary (Detroit) - Ph.D. University of Chicago


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Dr. Jim Perkinson, Professor, Ecumenical Theological Seminary


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Dr. Jim Perkinson, Lecturer in Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences -- Ecumenical Theological Seminary (Detroit)


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James W. Perkinson Professor of Ethics and Systematic Theology Jim Perkinson is a long-time activist and educator from inner city Detroit, where he has a history of involvement in various community development initiatives and low-income housing projects. He holds a PhD in theology/history of religions from the University of Chicago, is the author of White Theology: Outing Supremacy in Modernity and Shamanism, Racism, and Hip-Hop Culture: Essays on White Supremacy and Black Subversion, and has written extensively in both academic and popular journals on questions of race, class and colonialism in connection with religion and urban culture. He is in demand as a speaker on a wide variety of topics related to his interests and a recognized artist on the spoken-word poetry scene in the inner city. Jim is interested in using a broad array of interdisciplinary tools to investigate the way socio-economic position, racial presupposition, and gender perspective already inform our values and orientation to life long before we begin to grapple with questions of identity, ministry or spirituality. He is particularly concerned to understand the way white supremacy, as an effect of colonial Christian practices, continues to be reproduced in mainstream Western cultures. In addition, he explores how the creative forms of cultural resistance developed by marginalized groups can critically challenge Christianity today. These concerns figure in both his academic writing and the performance poetry that he produce as a necessary adjunct to teaching.


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