Dr. Emmanuel Y. Lartey, Professor of Pastoral Theology, Care and Counseling
Dr. Lartey is interested in pastoral care, counseling, and theology in different cultural contexts, with particular reference to African, British, and American expressions. He is researching the theological implications and practical effects of pastoral care in a diversity of cultures. He also teaches in Emory's Graduate Division of Religion in the Person, Community, and Religious Life Program.
Dr. Emmanuel Y. Lartey
Candler School of Theology
1531 Dickey Dr.
Atlanta, GA 30322
- PhD, The University of Birmingham (England), 1984
- BA Hons., University of Ghana, Legon, 1978
- "Globalization, Internationalization, and Indigenization of Pastoral Care and Counseling" in Pastoral Care and Counseling: Redefining the Paradigms (2004)
- In Living Colour: An Intercultural Approach to Pastoral Care and Counselling (2nd ed., 2003)
- "Black Memory: Commemorating the Sacred and the Traumatic in the African Diaspora" in Suffer the Little Children: Urban Violence and Sacred Space (2001)
- "Practical Theology as a Theological Form" in The Blackwell Reader in Pastoral and Practical Theology (2000)
- "Pastoral Counselling in Multi-cultural Contexts" in Clinical Counselling in Pastoral Settings (1999)