Journal of Contemplative Inquiry
This narrative essay offers an exploration of the ways in which contemplative practice can be part of a strategy for nurturing health, well-being, meaning and joy in our everyday lives as Black contemplatives. Drawing on my experience as a Black queer scholar and college professor, attention is given to the notion of contemplative practice as a way of cultivating our internal emotional, intellectual and spiritual resources from which those of us who teach must draw upon to make our disciplines come alive for ourselves and the students we work with.
Oliver, Steven Thurston
"Zen, Contemplative Practice, and the Emergence of Black Queer Joy,"
Journal of Contemplative Inquiry: Vol. 9:
1, Article 19.
Available at: https://digscholarship.unco.edu/joci/vol9/iss1/19