JUMP CUT
A REVIEW OF CONTEMPORARY MEDIA

What would Buffy do?
Feminist ethics and
epistemic violence

Shannon Craigo-Snell

Shannon Craigo-Snell is an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Yale University. Her courses include: Modern Christian Thought, Feminist Theologies, Political and Liberation Theologies, Christianity and Theater, and Christian Understandings of Evil. She is currently completing one manuscript, Silence, Love, and Death: Saying “Yes” to God in the Theology of Karl Rahner, and beginning a new project on practices of silence in Western Christianity. She recently hosted, with her colleagues Ludger Viefhues, Siobhan Garrigan, and Rebecca Kobrin, an international conference on Sex and Religion in Migration.  More information on her work is available at http://www.yale.edu/religiousstudies/.

As a Christian, feminist pacifist, she recommends www.fcnl.org and www.afsc.org.