Mary-McClintock-FulkersonMcClintock Fulkerson completed her B.M. at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, her Master of Divinity  at Duke University and her Ph.D at Vanderbilt University. Her primary teaching interests are practical theology and feminist theologies. Her work is published in journals such as Journal of the American Academy of Religion, the Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, and Modern Theology. Her book, Changing the Subject: Women’s Discourses and Feminist Theology, examines the liberating practices of feminist academics and non-feminist church women. Her book Places of Redemption: Theology for a Worldly Church, uses an ethnography of an interracial church which included the differently abled to interpret the doctrine of the church. Fulkerson also contributed to The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theology, a collection of essays on feminist theology and globalization, which she co-edited with Sheila Briggs. An ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Professor McClintock Fulkerson has been director of  the Divinity School’s Gender, Theology, and Ministry Certificate Program, a  faculty sponsor of the Divinity Women’s Center and Sacred Worthand is currently part of the Duke Human Right Center’s Pauli Murray Project. Her most recent book, written with Rev. Marcia Shoot, is entitled A Body Broken, a Body Betrayed: Race, Memory, and Eucharist in White Dominant Churches, which explores a white church’s racial blindness and new redemptive ways of addressing it through the lens of the Eucharist.