Editor’s Notes

  • Jason J. Howard

Abstract

Introduction: This second issue of Volume 33 is dedicated to themes surrounding the relevancy and promise of Liberation Philosophy and associated movements (such as Liberation Theology). The interest in such themes arose in response to a conference on Bartolomé de Las Casas held from October 12-13, 2012 at Viterbo University. Although our CFP did not receive as many submissions as we had originally hoped for, the five articles selected for this issue (two of them in Spanish) effectively demonstrate both the conceptual resourcefulness and historical complexity of liberation pedagogy.

Published
2018-02-08
Section
Articles