April 20, 2015 / Theology
In the wake of domestic violence, new kinship structures are crucial to providing safe spaces of healing and to developing communal practices of resistance.
Ashley Theuring is a doctoral candidate in the practical theology program at the Boston University School of Theology. Prior to her doctoral work, Theuring worked a number of years as an advocate and educator at Women Helping Women of Hamilton County, a rape, crisis, and abuse center. Her theological research explores religious practices, meaning making, and survival in response to trauma.