Mujerista and Latina Feminist TheoEthics: This intensive seminar surveys the rich contributions of Mujerista and Latina Feminist scholars to theologies of liberation. We will explore Latin@ / Hispanic ethnic identity formations; consider the impact of transnational identities in the global North and global South to this work; engage the formative writings of Ada María Isasi-Díaz, María Pilar Aquino, Ivone Gebara and others; and acknowledge their interconnections to Womanist thought. There will be significant advanced reading for this course, but there will not be a final paper. Grades will be determined primarily through class participation. Pre-requisite: ECO Core Intensive or equivalent. Relates to SKSM thresholds 1, 2, and 6 and MFC Competencies 1, 6, and 7. This course is high residency only. Students must contact the instructor via e-email prior to enrolling in order to receive permission to register. Registration is contingent upon faculty approval.