Dr. Moultrie had an extremely busy semester! Keep reading to learn more about what she has been working on.
Dr. Monique Moultrie did an interview with the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion. It is Episode 110 entitled Connecting Research with Teaching. She also did a talk with the Multicultural Center at GSU as part of their "Talk Tuesday" series on March 23rd titled "HERSTORY: A Conversation of Faith, Feminism, and Sexual Freedom." Dr. Moultrie did a Freedom School talk on March 24th titled "Going to Hell for my Authenticity: Existence as Resistance." On April 1st she gave the Belk Lecture for Wesleyan College in Macon, GA. Her talk was titled "Black Lives Matter, Reproductive Justice, and the Moral Case for Trusting Black Women." She served as a panelist for the event "Black Women, Black Love: A Conversation on Marriage, Religion, and Black Families," on April 29th for the Berkeley Center at Georgetown University. Dr. Moultire also did a newsletter interview with the Roothbert Fund fellowship, as one of their chosen fellows.
Dr. Monique Moultrie is an Associate Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at Georgia State University. Her scholarly pursuits include projects in sexual ethics, African American religions, and gender and sexuality studies. Her research has been supported by a Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship, a Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning Grant, a GSU Dean’s Early Career Award, and an American Academy of Religion Individual Research Grant.