Kim-Kort's book adds richness to the existing canon of Asian American writing. Many can personally identify with experiences of sexism, racism, prejudice and subordination she confronts here. She provides valuable insight into the particular experience of women even as they become the stories of all humanity.
-Grace Ji-Sun Kim, Associate Professor
This is a splendid contribution to the heterogeneous and polyphonic orchestra of American liberation theologies. From an inclusive perspective that uses various ethnic, national, and feminist contextual theologies, Mihee Kim-Kort designs the horizons of an emerging Asian American feminist theology.
-Luis Rivera-Pagan, Professor Emeritus of Ecumenics
Weaving personal narrative, social history, and theological discipline, Kim-Kort creates a rich tapestry that tells an important story. She brings color, texture, and spirit to an endeavor that is rigorous in its exploration and lively in its telling.
-Erica Liu, Pastor of Pres House
About the Author
Mihee Kim-Kort is an ordained Presbyterian minister. She and her family live in Indiana where her husband is the pastor of a church. Her children occupy most of her day when she is not writing or reading about parenting, feminist theology, and social justice.