Associate Professor of Ethics, Culture, and Moral Leadership and Director of the Metro-Urban Institute
Year Started at PTS: 2022
The Rev. Dr. AnneMarie Mingo is associate professor of ethics, culture, and moral leadership, and director of the Metro-Urban Institute, positions she has held since 2022. She is a member of the American Academy of Religion, where she serves on the steering committee for Womanist Approaches to Religion and Society. She is also a member of the Society of Christian Ethics.
Dr. Mingo has written articles for many publications, including Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, Journal of Religious Ethics, and Black Theology: An International Journal. She is also a book series editor for T&T Clark Studies in Social Ethics, Ethnography, and Theologies. Her first book—Have You Got Good Religion?: Black Women’s Faith, Courage, and Moral Imagination in the Civil Rights Movement—is forthcoming from University of Illinois Press.
Dr. Mingo received her M.Div. at Princeton Theological Seminary, where in 2006 she received the Jean Anne Swope and James L. Mechem Prize in Christian Ethics. She received her Ph.D. in Religion: Ethics and Society from Emory University, and is an ordained itinerant elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church.
“Black and Blue: Black Women, ‘Law and Order,’ and the Church’s Silence on Police Violence,” in Religions 12.10 (2021).
“Speaking to Stop the Silence: A Womanist Ethical Confrontation of Injustice,” in Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion 37.1 (2021).
“Transgressive Leadership and Theo-ethical Texts of Black Protest Music,” in Black Theology: An International Journal 17.2 (2019).
“Just Laws, Unjust Laws, and Theo-Moral Responsibility in Traditional and Contemporary Civil Rights Activism,” in Journal of Religious Ethics 46.4 (2018).
“Making Lemonade with Substitute Sugar: Towards an Ethics of Receptivity,” in Practical Matters Journal Issue 11 (2018).
Ordination: African Methodist Episcopal Church, Itinerant Elder