Identity markers are necessary, argues Kwame Anthony Appiah. They're also inadequate.
Heyward was one of the first women priests. But her particular experiences aren't the heart of her memoir.
Nine trans Christians tell their stories.
In an era of partisan politics, it's difficult to tell the truth. The complaints about Confirmation reveal a lack of progress.
The African American Intellectual History Society, founded in 2014, hosted its first annual conference last weekend at UNC Chapel Hill. Scholars from various disciplines delivered engaging papers around the theme “new perspectives on the black intellectual tradition.” The changing nature of black identity in today’s world is complex.