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“Warrants for Reconstruction: Christian Hegemony, White Supremacy” Journal of Ecumenical Studies (Forthcoming)
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“Constructing Religious Identity in a Cosmopolitan World: The Theo-Politics of Interfaith Work” Journal of Interreligious Studies Issue 15 (Fall 2014).
“Gift to the Prophet from a King: The Politics of Women in Interreligious Dialogue,” in Women and Interreligious Dialogue, ed. Catherine Cornille (2013).
“Companions, Prophets, Martyrs: Jesuit Education as Justice Education” in Transforming the World and Being Transformed ed. Mary Beth Combs and Patty Schmidt (New York: Fordham University Press, 2013).
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