In this article delivered during the 2008 Annual Meeting in Chicago, Okoye describes several landmarks in African biblical interpretation from the various lenses of race, class, and gender. From the early days of a culturally-sensitive African hermeneutics in the 1960s, to modern popular readings of the Bible, to women’s unique readings of the shades of meaning therein, Okoye focus on the intersection points of biblical and cultural interpretation and the ways a marginalized people have found meaning in the Bible.
Okoye, James Chukwuma C.S.Sp.
"Voices from the Margins: African Women’s Hermeneutics,"
Journal of the Black Catholic Theological Symposium: Vol. 3, Article 4.
Available at: https://ecommons.udayton.edu/jbcts/vol3/iss1/4