These are notes from my own study of the timeline of emerging liberation theologies alongside other decolonial projects. It’s a work in progress, helping me to delineate who said what and when, and how the ideas and practice deepened and widened in conversations.
The year 1974.
- Biographical Notes
- Background Information
- Appiah-Kubi, Kofi – “Why African Theology?” AACC Bulletin 7/4 (July-Aug) (Africa)
- Berrigan, Daniel – Lights On In The House of the Dead (USA)
- Bosch, David J. – “Currents and Crosscurrents in South African Black Theology…”
- Brown, John McAfee – Christian Institute of Southern Africa vs. The State
- Daly, Mary – God Is A Verb
- Fashole-Luke, Edward W., & Mark E. Glasswell, eds. – New Testament Christianity for Africa and the World: Essays in Honor of Harry Sawyer, London: SPCK (Africa/Sierra Leone/
- Freire, Paulo – Education: The Practice of Freedom is translated from the Portuguese (Brazil)
- Hoornaert, Eduardo – A Fé Popular no Nordeste. Pesquisa do Instituto de Teologia do Recife. Salvador: Editora Beneditina LTDA, 1974
- Martín-Baró, Ignacio – “Elementos de Concientización socio-política en los curricula de las universidades”
- Mbiti, John – “An African Views American Black Theology”, Worldview
- Miranda, Jose P. – Marx and the Bible is translated from the Spanish
- Mugambi, Jesse – WSCF Dossier No. 5, June: “Liberation and Theology”
- Ruether, Rosemary Radford – Faith and Fratricide: The Theological Roots of Antisemitism (USA)
- Todaro, M. – The Politicization of the Brazilian Catholic Church (Brazil)
- Tutu, Desmond – Interview: “African and Black Theologies” AACC Bulletin 7/4 (Jul/Aug) (South Africa)
- Tutu, Desmond – “Black Theology” Frontier, Summer 1974
- Claude Geffre – “A prophetic Theology” (1974)
- ZMB/Africa: 3rd Assembly of the All Africa Conference of Churches, in Lusaka, Zambia, in May, 1974. Cf. The Journal of Religious Thought; The Struggle Continues / “African Theology: Origin, Methodology, Content”, Kwesi Dickson
- GHA/Africa: Consultation on Africa and Black Theology, in Accra, Ghana, in December, 1974. Cf. The Journal of Religious Thought 32, No. 2 (Fall-Winter, 1975) →
(Is this the meeting at GIMPA?
- USA/Americas: “The Future of Missions in Africa”, International Round Table, at Princeton University, in April, 1974. Cf. O.U Kalu in African Theology En Route for the reference.