April 3, 2017 / Theology
Kimberly Humphrey ponders her husband’s name change and the difference marriage makes for discipleship.
Kimberly Humphrey is a PhD student in systematic theology at Boston College and a graduate assistant at the Center for Teaching Excellence. Her work investigates the ways shame interrupts the capacity for Christians to remember dangerously and live justly, with a particular focus on the struggle for racial justice in a US Catholic Church that has been marked by white supremacy. She also supports and empowers survivors of sexual violence as a volunteer at the campus sexual assault crisis hotline. In her spare time she enjoys cooking, hiking, touring breweries, and watching nineties sitcoms.