Posts tagged "joe mcknight"
Iyad Ag-Ghali, 2012: Running Out of Road

Iyad Ag-Ghali, 2012: Running Out of Road

By Joe McKnight Part 4 of a four part series comparing the epic lives of Sundiata, medieval Malian ruler, and Iyad Ag0Ghali, a power player and leader in Malian rebel movements for nearly 40 years.
Iyad: An Epic of Modern Mali

Iyad: An Epic of Modern Mali

Part three of Joe McKnight's series on the epic lives of Sundiata, medieval Malian ruler, and Iyad ag-Ghali, a power player and leader in Malian rebel movements for nearly forty years.
Daily Links: Public Sex and Rhetorical Screwjobs Edition

Daily Links: Public Sex and Rhetorical Screwjobs Edition

By Nathan Schradle: Let's talk about sex, baby.
Iyad: An Epic of Modern Mali

Iyad: An Epic of Modern Mali

Childhood and Exile: Rebel Politics and the Politics of Hunger. This is the second in a series comparing the epic lives of Sundiata, medieval Malian ruler, and Iyad ag-Ghali, a power player and leader in Malian rebel movements for nearly forty years.
Iyad: An Epic of Modern Mali

Iyad: An Epic of Modern Mali

By Joe McKnight One name kept repeating itself: Iyad ag-Ghali, leader of Ansar Dine. It seems to me his story, and his political role, may be one that ends up profoundly altering Mali's future.
That's Why They Crucified Him:An Interview with James Cone

That’s Why They Crucified Him:
An Interview with James Cone

by Joe McKnight I am sitting alone in this living room with the father of black liberation theology. An interview with Union Theological Seminary professor James Cone.
Getting Past the Pirates

Getting Past the Pirates

Joe McKnight: The neo-colonial overtones of the Heritage Foundation’s report, “Saving Somalia: The Next Steps for the Obama Administration,” have obviously influenced U.S. foreign policy in the region.
Al Shabaab: Where Do They Go From Here?

Al Shabaab: Where Do They Go From Here?

Joe McKnight Ever since Somali President Siad Barre’s government was removed from power in 1991, Somalia has lacked an effective central government.
He Winketh with His Eyes, He Speaketh with His Feet

He Winketh with His Eyes, He Speaketh with His Feet

Joe McKnight: Walter Wink was, among other things, an outspoken critic of the “biblically-based” homophobia that has long plagued Christianity.
Rumors of Liberation Theology's "Huge Influence" Are Greatly Exaggerated

Rumors of Liberation Theology’s “Huge Influence” Are Greatly Exaggerated

Joe McKnight:  Mark Oppenheimer’s explanation of liberation theology underscores the theology’s fundamental principles which are often wholly overlooked or deliberately maligned by President Obama’s detractors.