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C O N T R I B U T O R S Susan Abraham is Assistant Professor of Ministry Studies at Harvard Divinity School. She is the author of Identity, Ethics and Nonviolence in Postcolonial Theory: A Rahnerian Theological Assessment (Palgrave Macmillan, 2007) and coeditor of Shoulder to Shoulder: Frontiers in Catholic Feminist Theology (Fortress , 2009). Her current research interests include feminist theory and theology, practical and political theology, and global Christianity between colonialism and postcolonialism. Ellen T. Armour holds the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Chair in Feminist Theology and directs the Carpenter Program in Religion, Gender, and Sexuality at Vanderbilt Divinity School. She is the author of Deconstruction, Feminist Theology, and the Problem of Difference: Subverting the Race/Gender Divide (University of Chicago Press, 1999) and coeditor of Bodily Citations: Judith Butler and Religion (Columbia University Press, 2006). Sharon V. Betcher is Associate Professor of Theology at Vancouver School of Theology. A constructive theologian working with pneumatological dimensions , she has authored Spirit and the Politics of Disablement (Fortress, 2007) and articles on ecological, postcolonial, and disabilities theologies. Her current manuscript project considers theological responses—worked through the lenses of disabilities studies—to the emergence of global cities. W. Anne Joh is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary. She is the author of Heart of the Cross: A PAGE 411 ................. 17764$ CTRB 10-28-10 12:06:34 PS 412 兩 c o nt r i bu t o rs Postcolonial Christology (Westminster John Knox, 2006). Her current book project proposes a theological and political interpretation of ‘‘the crucified Christ’’ in conversation with postcolonial theory, trauma theory, and Paul’s interpretation of the cross along with Jean-Luc Nancy and Giorgio Agamben. Serene Jones is President of Union Theological Seminary in New York City, prior to which she was Titus Street Professor of Theology at Yale Divinity School and Chair of the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program at Yale University. She is the author of many essays and books, including Calvin and the Rhetoric of Piety (Westminster John Knox, 1995) and, most recently, Trauma Ⳮ Grace (Westminster John Knox, 2009). Namsoon Kang is Associate Professor of World Christianity and Religions at Brite Divinity School, Texas Christian University. She was Director of the Christianity in Asia Project at Cambridge University, and is President of the World Conference of Associations of Theological Institutions. Her publications include Cosmopolitan Theology (Westminster John Knox, forthcoming) and a coedited volume, Handbook of Theological Education in World Christianity (Regnum, forthcoming). Catherine Keller is Professor of Constructive Theology in the Graduate Division of Religion at Drew University. She is the author, most recently, of On the Mystery (Fortress, 2008); God and Power (Fortress, 2005); and Face of the Deep: A Theology of Becoming (Fortress, 2003). She has coedited several volumes in the Transdisciplinary Theological Colloquia series, the most recent being Apophatic Bodies: Negative Theology, Incarnation, and Relationality (Fordham University Press, 2009). Kwok Pui-lan is William F. Cole Professor of Christian Theology and Spirituality at Episcopal Divinity School, Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is the author of Postcolonial Imagination and Feminist Theology (Westminster John Knox, 2005) and editor of Women and Christianity (4 vols.; Routledge, 2010) and Abundant Hope: Third World and Indigenous Women’s Theology (Orbis Books, 2010). Tat-siong Benny Liew is Professor of New Testament at the Pacific School of Religion. He is the author of Politics of Parousia: Reading Mark Inter(con)textually (Brill, 1999) and What Is Asian American Biblical Hermeneutics? Reading the PAGE 412 ................. 17764$ CTRB 10-28-10 12:06:34 PS c o nt r i bu t o rs 兩 4 13 New Testament (University of Hawaii Press, 2008). He also edited The Bible in Asian America with Gale A. Yee (Society of Biblical Literature, 2002); They Were All Together in One Place? Toward Minority Biblical Criticism with Randall C. Bailey and Fernando F. Segovia (Society of Biblical Literature, 2009); and Postcolonial Interventions: Essays in Honor of R. S. Sugirtharajah (Sheffield Phoenix, 2009). Dhawn B. Martin received an MDiv from Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Austin, Texas, and is currently working on a PhD in Theological and Philosophical Studies at Drew University. Her research interests include constructive and political theologies, cosmopolitanism, and American philosophical pragmatism. Stephen D. Moore is Professor of New Testament at Drew Theological School. His many books include Empire and Apocalypse: Postcolonialism and the New Testament (Sheffield Phoenix, 2006); Postcolonial Biblical Criticism: Interdisciplinary Intersections (Continuum, 2005), which he coedited with Fernando F. Segovia; and...


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