Deeper Shades of Purple: Womanism in Religion and Society
Stacy M. Floyd-Thomas
Floyd-Thomas, director of Black Church Studies at Brite Divinity School, brings together a Who’s Who of scholars in the study of black women and religion in this anthology. The theory established by Alice Walker is revisited by theologists such as Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan and Anthony B. Pinn. In Deeper Shades, the leading voices of womanism over the past two decades are explored.
The Courage of My Convictions
Peter Duffy ‘77
Follow Duffy and his wife, both with successful careers, as they follow her job promotion to New York. The move results in disastrous consequences for Duffy’s own career — seven job changes in five years. Duffy’s story is a resource for anyone re-engineering their career, who is part of a dual career household, and who consider personal integrity and family values top priorities.
Bridges over the Brazos
Journalist Jon McConal and friend Eddie Lane have spent countless hours traversing the Brazos River and immersing themselves in its story. Bridges over the Brazos follows these two men on a journey to discover the many colorful stories and towns surrounding the river’s bridges. Retrace their steps and enjoy their stories about the bridges over the Brazos.