Brandy Daniels

Brandy Daniels

Brandy is a College postdoctoral fellow and lecturer at the University of Virginia. She has a PhD in Theological Studies, with a minor in Ethics & Society and a certificate in Women’s & Gender Studies, from Vanderbilt University, where she was a fellow in the Program in Theology and Practice. Her research focuses on theological anthropology and practices of formation, exploring intersections between constructive and political theologies and feminist and queer theories to better understand and envision accounts of faithful Christian identity and community amidst difference

Essays

It’s Not for Everybody

To be a public theologian does not mean to do theology for everybody. It is not a matter of speaking from the particular to the universal, but of dwelling within multiple, overlapping particularities and finding theological meaning there.

Reconsidering Public Theology, Symposia

An introduction and a call for submissions

Around the Network, One-on-Ones