CL Nash



CL Nash is a graduate of Virginia Union University’s Department of Theology and earned her PhD from Edinburgh and Gloucestershire Universities in historical theology. Her research interrogates whether the Christian evangelical church plays a role in the suffering of those most vulnerable among us. Currently a Visiting Research Fellow at Leeds University, she is also a conference speaker and teacher around the world.

Resources by CL Nash

Article | Mutuality | Blog + Magazine | “She Is in Bitter Distress”: A Womanist Ethic of Advocacy
Article | Mutuality | Blog + Magazine | How Harriet Jacobs Reclaimed the Broken Body: Black Suffering, Black Redemption