May 16, 2012 / Theology
In this interview, Snarr shares insights about the living wage movement and reflects theologically and ethically on the role of religious activism as a response to economic injustice.
Melissa Snarr is Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Ethics and Society at Vanderbilt University Divinity School. Her work focuses on the intersection of religion, social change, and political ethics. The author of numerous articles and books, her most recent work, All You That Labor (NYU Press, 2011), explores the role of religious activists in the living wage movement.