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A Different Cartography: Mapping The God-Talk Of A Feminist Theology Of Struggle Of Filipino Women Domestic Workers In The Context Of Migration

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This chapter describes the features of the God-talk of a theology of Filipino women domestic workers in the context of migration. It begins with a triadic conversation, that is, a conversation between Williams, Lee, and the DHs' experience, whereby themes that are recurrent and common to Williams and Lee, with which the DHs' experience connect, serve as talking points. In the course of the conversation points of divergence are also identified. The chapter then proceeds to a level of conversation, whereby Williams and Lee are separately engaged with the experience of the DHs. To do this the key theme that is unique to Williams and Lee, in which the DHs' experience most strongly connect, is identified then explored for its resonance and, whenever possible, dissonance in relation to the DHs' experience.

Keywords: Delores Williams; Feminist theology; Filipino women domestic workers; Jung Young Lee



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