Gregory L. Cuéllar

Gregory Cuéllar holds a PhD in Hebrew Bible from Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University, Fort Worth. He holds a Master’s degree in Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Bachelor’s from Texas A&M University, Kingsville. A major focal point in his research lies at the intersections of religion, migratory aesthetics, borderlands and postcolonial trauma. He is currently researching the social, political, and ethical contours of religious services provided within state contracted family detention facilities. He is the author of the monograph, Voices of Marginality and several articles on Hebrew Bible and migration in the context of the U.S. Mexico borderlandsIn terms of advocacy work, he is the co-founder of a refugee artwork project called, Arte de Lágrimas (Art of Tears). Through a traveling art exhibit of original children’s art, this project engages both the politics and the lived experiences of Central American migration to the United States.

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My introduction to Old Testament course has served as an experimental site for decentering racializing master-narratives, especially those that have contributed to the marginalization of the Other in the Texas-Mexico Borderlands. As a Latino biblical scholar, decentering represents an important pedagogical tactic that is shaped and informed by various forms ...

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