June 12, 2017 / Theology
Angela Parker rethinks the idea of “angry black women” through her reading of the biblical character Herodias.
Angela Parker is assistant professor of biblical studies at The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. She received her PhD from Chicago Theological Seminary and her MTS from Duke Divinity School, and she is an ordained Baptist minister. She specializes in the Gospel of Mark, contemporary hermeneutics, womanist biblical interpretation, and postcolonial theory. When taking a break from teaching and research, she enjoys time spent with her husband, Victor, as they explore the Pacific Northwest.