Associate Vice President for Academic Services/Associate Provost
Associate Professor, Christian Education, Area IV
-B.S., Lincoln University
-M.Div., Emory University
-Ph.D., Emory University
Dr. Maisha Haney was a Womanist Scholar through the office of Black Women and Society in 2005-2006. She has a special interest in the research of religious education and hip-hop culture, as well as Womanist approaches to religious education. Some of her most significant writings include “Getting Real” in Keeping It Real: Working with Today’s Black Youth; “Fighting the Matrix: Toward a Womanist Pedagogy for the Black Church,” The Journal of the Interdenominational Theological Center; and “Christian Education and Hip-Hop Culture” in Black Church Studies: An Interdisciplinary Anthology (forthcoming).