HyeRan Kim-Cragg

HyeRan Kim-Cragg, Lydia Gruchy Professor of Pastoral Studies, Saskatoon, Canada. She grew up in South Korea. Her parents were refugees from North Korea. She made a transnational migration in mid 1990s to Canada to study at Emmanuel College, Toronto where she met her lifelong partner Rev. David Kim-Cragg with whom she has two beautiful children, Noah and Hannah. She loves walking and biking. She is the author of, Story and Song (Peter Lang, 2012)and Interdependence (Pickwick, 2018),  co-author of What Does the Bible Say (Cascade, 2017) and Hebrews: Wisdom Commentary (Liturgical Press, 2015). As a racialized postcolonial feminist scholar, whose teaching includes worship, religious education, antiracism, and intercultural education, she has published several articles that appear in journals Liturgy and Religious Education and volumes Liturgy in Postcolonial Perspectives (Palgrave, 2015), Postcolonial Practice of Ministry (Lexington, 2016), and Parenting as Spiritual Practice (Palgrave, 2017). She has also done research on migration as a postcolonial condition. Her work appears in the journal, Practical Matters (2018) and Church in an Age of Global Migration (Palgrave, 2016). Additional information:  http://www.usask.ca/stu/standrews/faculty_staff/kimcragg.php

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I am on sabbatical this year. When the shooting in Ferguson occurred, it got me thinking about the last course I was teaching before I went on sabbatical. I pulled out the syllabus and began taking notes on this event as a “living document.” As a practical theologian, “the situation” ...

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