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1 DMB9952 Ethical Leadership in the Black Tradition ASHLAND THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY Spring 2018 January 15-19, 2018; 9am - 6pm (except Fri 9as-Noon) ( McCreary) Walter Earl Fluker, Ph.D. I. Course Description This seminar is designed to acquaint students with major figures, movements, and issues in black American religious, social, cultural and ethical traditions. The seminar, which focuses heavily on leadership emerging from 19th and 20th century black culture, examines African American leadership from a narrative perspective, utilizing primary and secondary source materials; explores theoretical and practical elements of leadership in specific historical contexts; evaluates competencies traditionally associated with African American leadership practices; and offers a forum for practical engagement with contemporary problems associated with African American life and culture. II. Student Learning Outcomes This course format consistently meets the same quality, assessment, learning outcomes and requirements of the traditional semester course format. The student will be able to: 1. Integrate biblical, theological, and historical reflection within the practice of ministry. 2. Apply relevant practices of ministry. 3. Demonstrate social science research, assessment, and interpretation within the context of ministry. 4. Engage in expression of fundamental commitments related to self-care and personal growth necessary to ministry. III. Course Requirements Textbooks and Other Readings. Fluker, Walter Earl (2016). The Ground Has Shifted: The Future of the Black Church in Post-Racial America. New York University Press. Fluker, Walter Earl (2009). Ethical Leadership: The Quest for Character, Civility and Community. Fortress Press. Recommended Texts: Fluker, Walter Earl and Preston King. (2007), co-editors. Black Leaders and Ideologies in the South: Resistance and Non-Violence, London: Taylor & Francis

2 . (1998), editor. The Stones that the Builders Rejected: The Development of Ethical Leadership from the Black Church Tradition. New York: Continuum. Franklin, John Hope and August Meier. (1982), co-editors. Black Leaders of the Twentieth Century. Urbana and Chicago, Illinois University Press. Gaines, Kevin K. (1996). Uplifting the Race: Black Leadership, Politics, and Culture in the Twentieth Century. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina. James, Joy (1997). Transcending the Talented Tenth: Black Leaders and American Intellectuals. New York: Rutledge. Litwack, Leon and August Meier. (1988, 1991pb), co-editors. Black Leaders of the Nineteenth Century. Urbana and Chicago, Illinois University Press. Nelson, H. Viscount (2003). The Rise and Fall of Modern Black Leadership: Chronicle of a Twentieth Century Tragedy. Lanham, MD: University of America Press. Paris, Peter J. (1991) Black Religious Leaders: Conflict in Unity (revised ed.), Louisville: Westminster/John Knox. (1985). The Social Teaching of the Black Churches. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press. White, J. and Dierenfield, Bruce J (2011). A History of African-American Leadership (3rd Edition), Longman. A. Attendance According to the student handbook, attendance at all class sessions is expected unless the professor has been notified in advance. Any student missing the equivalent of 6 clock hours for a 30 hour course or 20% of a half course, will be required to do additional work, receive a lower grade or withdraw from the class; this is at the discretion of the professor. B. Assignments/Assessment of Student Learning 1. A fifteen page paper on an angle of the intersection of this course with your project from a biblical, theological, or historical perspective, whichever is most appropriate. It must be specific; it must demonstrate how one of these perspectives intersect and inform your project in concrete ways. 2. A ten page review of literature paper that reviews some self-contained work (e.g., book, article, essay, chapter) from this course that intersects or informs your project work

3 3. Oral presentations on components of your proposal, how it connects to your project, context, the broader community and your life. All work due 60 days after last date of class to and All extension requests beyond this deadline must be in writing and at least one week before the deadline. C. Calculation of Grade and Connection with Learning Outcomes Assignments Student Learning Outcomes Percent of Final Grade 1. Research paper 1, 2, 3 50% 2. Literature review paper 1,2, 3 25% 3. Oral presentation 4 25% IV. Tentative Course Schedule Day # Date(s) Lecture/Topic Readings/Assignments 1 Jan. 16, 2018 (McCreary) 9an-4pm-- Fluker 4-pm - 6pm Myers(Project Resear4ch) Introduction and Overview of Leadership Theory and Practice and Ethical Leadership in Black Life and Culture Introductions, Process and Outcomes Looking At Leadership: An Overview of Leadership Theory Required Readings: Fluker, Walter Earl. (2009). Ethical Leadership: The Quest for Character, Civility and Community. Fortress Press, Chapters 1-5. Northouse, Leadership: Theory and Practice, Sixth Edition, Introduction, pp. 2-16; Chapters 9-11, pp Assignment: View MOOC, edx.org, Ethical Leadership: Character, Civility and Community, Chapters 1-3 Complete Leadership Trait Questionnaire in Northouse, pp

4 2 Jan. 17, 2018 (McCreary) 9an-4pm-- Fluker 4-pm - 6pm Myers(Project Resea84ch) 3 Jan (McCreary) 9an-4pm-- Fluker 4-pm - 6pm Myers(Project Resear4ch) Ethical Leadership: Concepts, Processes and Skills Part 1 Black Church Leadership at the Intersection At the Intersection Where Worlds Collide o The Ethical Leadership Model o Ways of Doing Ethics o An Ethical Leadership Decision-Making Model The Problem of Ethical Leadership in Black Life and Culture Haunted Houses: Historical and Religious Perspectives on Black Church Leadership and Ideology Ethical Leadership and the Tragic Character of Black Existence Ideological and Cultural Precedents of Black Leadership Practices Required Readings: Fluker, Walter Earl. (2009). Ethical Leadership: The Quest for Character, Civility and Community. Fortress Press, Chapters (2004). Dangerous Memories and Redemptive Possibilities: Howard Thurman and Black Leadership in the South, in Black Leaders and Ideologies in the South: Resistance and Non-Violence, edited by Preston King and Walter Earl Fluker. London: Taylor & Francis. Required Reading: Fluker, The Ground Has Shifted, Chapters 1-6 Glaude, Eddie S. Democracy in Black: How Race Still Enslaves the American Soul (New York: Crown, 2016), Dyson, Michael Eric. The Black Presidency: Barack Obama and the Politics of Race in America (New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2016), *Nelson, The Rise and Fall of Modern Black Leadership, Chapters 1-4 *Paris, Peter J. Moral Development for African American Leadership, in The Stones, pp Suggested Readings:

5 Burns, James MacGregor. Leadership, Chapter 6, Intellectual Leadership: Ideas as Moral Power, Banks, Cherry A. McGee. Intellectual Leadership and the Influence of Early African American Scholars on Multicultural Education, Educational Policy, Vol. 9, No. 3, (1995) Cruse, Harold. The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual, pp ; James MacGregor Burns. Leadership, Chapter 6, Intellectual Leadership: Ideas as Moral Power, *Gaines, Kevin. Uplifting the Race, Chapters 1-3 Robert Greenleaf, The Servant as Leader (Original 1970 Edition) in The Servant Within: A Transformative Path, edited by Hamilton Beazley, Julie Beggs, and Larry C. Spears (NY: Paulist Press, 2003), pp *James, Joy. Transcending the Talented Tenth, Chapters 1 3 Hook, Sidney. The Hero in History: A Study in Limitation and Possibility, Chapters 1 & 9, (London: Seker and Warburg, 1945; new edition, New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers, 1992)1-15;

6 4 Jan. 19, 2018 (McCreary) 9an-4pm-- Fluker 4-pm - 6pm Myers(Project Resear4ch) Ethical Leadership and Black Leadership Practices: Memory, Vision and Mission Memory and Vision of Leadership and the Black Church Part 1 Returning to the Little House in Which We Lived and Made Do Mission of Leadership and Black Church Part 2 The Problem of Ethical Leadership: Contemporary Issues and Strategies: Cultural Asylums and the Jungles Planted in Them: Black Church and the Exilic Condition African American Youth Part 3 Waking up the Dead: A Proposal for Black Church Leadership Required Readings: Fluker, The Ground Has Shifted, Chapters 7 10 *James, Joy. Transcending the Talented Tenth, Chapters 5-8. *Nelson, The Rise and Fall of Modern Black Leadership, Chapters 5-11 Suggested Readings: *Gaines, Kevin K. Uplifting the Race: Black Leadership, Politics, and Culture in the Twentieth Century (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1996). Chapters 4-6. *Ross, Rosetta E. Witnessing and Testifying: Black Women, Religion, and Civil Rights Movement, Chapters 2 and 3. Douglas, Kelly Brown. Homophobia and Heterosexism in the Black Church and Community in Sexuality and the Black Church: A Womanist Perspective (New York: Orbis Books, 1999) Monroe, Irene. When and Where I Enter, Then the Whole Race Enters With Me in Pinn and Hopkins, Loving the Body (New York: Palgrave, 2004) Griffin, Horace. Toward a True Black Liberation Theology; Affirming Homoeroticism, Black Gay Christians and Their Love Relationships in Pinn and Hopkins Loving the Body (New York: Palgrave, 2004)

7 January 15, 2018 MLK Day Events Anderson, Victor. The Black Church and the Curious Body of the Black Homosexual. In Pinn and Hopkins, Loving the Body (New York: Palgrave, 2004) Frederick, Marla F. Between Sundays: Black Women and Everyday Struggles of Faith (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2003) Townes, Emilie M. Womanist Ethics and the Cultural Production of Evil (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006) Special event celebrations and participation that all students must be involved with in town or out of town will be sent to all students V. Recommendations for Lifelong Learning Students should continue to read other books and articles about ethical leadership. Students should consider utilizing Fluker's model to teach a mini course in their context Students should continue to reflect upon how ethical leadership in the black tradition can inform and create a more liberating space within the church and community. VI. Seminary Guidelines A. ATS Academic Integrity Policy Ashland Theological Seminary expects each student to uphold the Seminary s core value of academic excellence by contributing to an environment that is both challenging and supportive. In such an environment a student will neither seek nor offer improper assistance. All students have an obligation to be forthright in their academic endeavors and to respect ethical standards. The work that one submits for academic evaluation must be one s own, unless an instructor expressly permits certain types of collaboration. Academic integrity requires that each student will use one s own capabilities to achieve one s fullest potential and will neither offer nor

8 accept aid that is not in keeping with regularly accepted standards of academic integrity. Failure to conform to this conduct shall constitute academic dishonesty. For further details of Academic Integrity Policy, please see the Student Handbook. B. Seminary Writing Consultation Service The Seminary Writing Consultation Service can help you brainstorm, draft, and revise your writing assignments in your graduate Seminary classes. Mastersqualified Consultants can advise you online or in person. your request for assistance to Include the following information: Your name, the course # & professor s name, a brief description of the assignment, and your timeline. For more information, visit: C. Accessibility Resources and Accommodations It is Ashland University s goal that learning experiences be as accessible as possible. If you anticipate or experience physical or academic barriers based on a disability, please contact the Student Accessibility Center at , or send an to The Student Accessibility Center office and the course instructor will work together in order to establish accommodations and to meet your learning needs. D. ATS Grading Scale Grade Percent Description A Superior achievement of course objectives, diligence and originality, high degree of freedom from error, outstanding evidence of ability to utilize course knowledge, initiative expressed in preparing and completing assignments, positive contributions verbalized in class. A B B Good work submitted, commendable achievement of course objectives, some aspects of the course met with excellence, substantial evidence of ability to utilize course material, positive contributions verbalized in class, consistency and thoroughness of work completed. B C C Acceptable work completed, satisfactory achievement of course objectives, demonstrating at least some ability to utilize course knowledge, satisfactory class contribution. C D

9 D Passing but minimal work, marginal achievement of course objectives, poor performance in comprehension of work submitted, inadequate class contributions. D F Below 65 Unacceptable work resulting in failure to receive class credit, inadequacy of work submitted or of performance and attendance in class. VII. Selected Bibliography or References Suggested Readings: *Gaines, Kevin K. Uplifting the Race: Black Leadership, Politics, and Culture in the Twentieth Century (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1996). Chapters 4-6. *Ross, Rosetta E. Witnessing and Testifying: Black Women, Religion, and Civil Rights Movement, Chapters 2 and 3. Douglas, Kelly Brown. Homophobia and Heterosexism in the Black Church and Community in Sexuality and the Black Church: A Womanist Perspective (New York: Orbis Books, 1999) Monroe, Irene. When and Where I Enter, Then the Whole Race Enters With Me in Pinn and Hopkins, Loving the Body (New York: Palgrave, 2004) Griffin, Horace. Toward a True Black Liberation Theology; Affirming Homoeroticism, Black Gay Christians and Their Love Relationships in Pinn and Hopkins Loving the Body (New York: Palgrave, 2004) Anderson, Victor. The Black Church and the Curious Body of the Black Homosexual. In Pinn and Hopkins, Loving the Body (New York: Palgrave, 2004) Frederick, Marla F. Between Sundays: Black Women and Everyday Struggles of Faith (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2003) Townes, Emilie M. Womanist Ethics and the Cultural Production of Evil (New York: Palgrave Macmillan,

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