Means, D. R. (2017). “quaring” spirituality: The spiritual counterstories and spaces of black gay and bisexual male college students. Journal of College Student Development, 58(2), 229. The purpose of this qualitative study was to explore how Black gay and bisexual male college students experience oppression during their spiritual journeys and… Continue Reading “Quaring” Spirituality: The Spiritual Counterstories and Spaces of Black Gay and Bisexual Male College Students
DUMITRANA, M. m. (2012). THE CHRISTIAN POETRY AND THE FORMATION OF AN INTERCULTURAL ATTITUDE. “THE LITTLE BLACK BOY” BY WILLIAM BLAKE. Euromentor, 3(2), 134-142. Children, at least until their adolescence, are not really accessible to the theories and theorizations. The present paper considers that the school experience must address to… Continue Reading THE CHRISTIAN POETRY AND THE FORMATION OF AN INTERCULTURAL ATTITUDE. “THE LITTLE BLACK BOY” BY WILLIAM BLAKE.
Means, D. R., & Jaeger, A. J. (2015). Spiritual borderlands: A black gay male college student’s spiritual journey. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 52(1), 11. This case study explored the spiritual journey and spaces of one Black gay male college student. Data collection included semi-structured interviews, field observations,… Continue Reading Spiritual Borderlands: A Black Gay Male College Student’s Spiritual Journey