Intersection - Still Present Pasts of War and Immigration: Imagining the Horizons of Korean American Theology

Dr. Anne Joh

Still Present Pasts of War and Immigration: Imagining the Horizons of Korean American Theology

Recorded on February 8, 2012

What are the conditions of possibility for Koreans in America? What does it mean to construct Korean American identity? What is the relation between Korean Americans with American history and Korean history? How might Korean Americans be haunted by the still present pasts of U.S. presence in Korea? What are some of the necessary contours that must condition theological reflection by Korean American Christians?

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