February 17, 2022 / Theology
Mary McCampbell shares how reading Shakespeare and Frederick Douglass changes minds about racial injustice.
Mary McCampbell is associate professor of humanities at Lee University. In addition to her academic publications, she has written for Image,Christianity Today, The Other Journal, Relevant, Relief, Christ and Pop Culture, and the Curator. She was the 2014 writer-in-residence at L’Abri Fellowship in the United Kingdom and a 2018 visiting scholar at Regent College in British Columbia. She is the author of the forthcoming Imagining Our Neighbors as Ourselves: How Art Shapes Empathy from Fortress Press. You can find her writing at marywmccampbell.com.