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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mary McCampbell. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mary McCampbell, often where they are interviewed.

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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mary McCampbell. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mary McCampbell, often where they are interviewed.

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#110 A journey towards racial equality - with Jemar Tisby and Mary McCampbell

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Jemar Tisby is a historian and the author of New York Times bestseller The Color of Compromise. He serves as president of The Witness, a Black Christian Collective, and is working on his PhD dissertation at the University of Mississippi. Dr. Mary McCampbell is an associate professor of humanities at Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee, where she teaches courses on postmodern theory and fiction, film and philosophy, and popular culture. This week we talked about racism: What is systemic racism? What do people mean when they talk about white supremacy? How has the church resisted or reinforced racism? And how are we as Christians called to bear witness to injustice in our communities? Don't miss this challenging conversation.

To learn more about Regent College and its upcoming events and courses visit:
www.regent-college.edu
Jul 10 2020 · 49mins
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#025 Douglas Coupland and Facing Fiction with Mary McCampbell and Matt Nelson

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What value is there in engaging with fiction? How should Christians deal with other narratives? How can we avoid escapism? Join Mary McCampbell, Matt Nelson and host Amy Anderson as we tackle these questions and more in this week's episode of the Regent College Podcast.

Dr. Mary McCampbell is a scholar-in-residence at Regent College for the 2018 winter term. She is an associate professor of humanities at Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee, where she teaches courses on postmodern theory and fiction, film and philosophy, and popular culture. A native Tennessean, she completed a doctorate in literature at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne focusing on the relationship between contemporary fiction, late capitalist culture, and the religious impulse.

https://www.regent-college.edu/
Feb 16 2018 · 52mins

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"Chance The Rapper's Theology of Art & Life" Dr. Mary McCampbell

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Recorded live on September 9, 2017 at The Camp House.

"'Like God In My House': Chance The Rapper's Theology of Art & Life"
Dr. Mary McCampbell, Lee Univeristy

Mary McCampbell is Associate Professor of Humanities at Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee, where she teaches courses on postmodern theory and fiction, film and philosophy, and popular culture. A native Tennessean, she completed a doctorate at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne where her research focused on the relationship between contemporary fiction, late capitalist culture, and the religious impulse. Her publications span the worlds of literature, film, and music, and she is currently working on a book titled Postmodern Prophetic: The Religious Impulse in Contemporary Fiction. She has been one of the organizers of Calvin College's Festival of Faith and Music since 2009, and she frequently speaks and teaches on the theological significance of popular music. McCampbell was the Summer 2014 Writer-in-Residence at L’Abri Fellowship in Greatham, England and has been invited to be a Winter 2018 Scholar-in-Residence at Regent College in Vancouver.

Oct 10 2017 · 1hr 18mins
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'Let Justice Roll Down': Martin Luther King Jr. and the Black Lives Matter Movement (Mary McCampbell)

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This lecture focuses on the circumstances that gave rise to the #BlackLivesMatter movement, as well as the American evangelical church’s response to both the racial climate of the USA and the Black Lives Matter movement.

A lecture given by Mary McCampbell (Assosciate Professor of Humanities, Lee University, USA) at English L'Abri on 14 July, 2017. For more information, visit labri.org/england and for more L'Abri lectures, visit the L'Abri Ideas Library.

Jul 15 2017 · 1hr 40mins

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Sunday Oldskool Episode 69: Soul Music and the Gospel Impulse with Mary McCampbell

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Mary McCampbell joins the show to look back at the legacy of soul music and Stax Records, finding similar currents of black spirituality and commercial appeal that run through hip hop today.

Here’s a playlist of the songs Mary recommends our listeners check out:

Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come

Otis Redding’s “Respect

Sam Moore & Dave Prater’s “Soul Man” (co-written by Isaach Hayes)

Billie Holiday’s “Strange Fruit

The Staples Singers’ “When Will We Be Paid?

Jesse Jackson reciting “I Am Somebody” at Wattsax in 1972

Aug 31 2015 ·
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“Clenched Fists, Black Eyes” - Mary McCampbell

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In this session, Mary McCampbell examines the role of anger and lament in the music of The Sex Pistols, The Velvet Underground, Sonic Youth, Fugazi, The Psalters and Sufjan Stevens. McCampbell also explores whether a punk rock aesthetic/message can inform our theologies of worship as we ask the following questions: can musical dissonance be part of worship? Can verbal violence be prophetic?
Apr 10 2009 · 1hr 6mins