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C O N T R I B U T O R S Linda Martı́n Alcoff is Professor of Philosophy at both Hunter College and the CUNY Graduate Center. Her latest book is a collection coedited with John Caputo titled Feminism, Sexuality, and the Return of Religion (Indiana University Press, 2011). She is also the author of Visible Identities: Race, Gender, and the Self (Oxford University Press, 2005). For more information go to Michelle A. González is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Miami. Her latest books are Caribbean Religious History (coauthored with Ennis B. Edmonds (New York University Press, 2010) and Shopping: Christian Explorations of Daily Living (Fortress, 2010). Ada Marı́a Isasi-Dı́az is Professor of Christian Social Ethics and Theology (Emerita) at Drew University Theological School. Her forthcoming book is titled Justicia—A Reconciliatory Praxis of Care and Tenderness (Fortress Press, 2012). Marı́a Lugones teaches at the Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture Program at Binghamton University–State University of New York. She is the author of Peregrinajes: Theorizing Coalition against Multiple Oppressions (Rowman and Littlefield, 2003), and is currently working on a book on decolonial feminism. Maria Lugones is a popular educator at the Escuela Popular Norteña. Otto Maduro is Professor of World Christianity and Latin American Christianity at Drew University Theological School. His last book, Mapas para PAGE 311 ................. 18125$ CTRB 09-19-11 07:51:41 PS 312 兩 c o nt r i bu t o rs la fiesta, was published in Bolivia in 2008 and is awaiting publication in English. He was elected President of the American Academy of Religion for 2011–12 and has been National Director of the Hispanic Summer Program since 2006. Nelson Maldonado-Torres is Associate Professor in the Department of Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies with a joint appointment in Comparative Literature at Rutgers University. Author of Against War: Views from the Underside of Modernity (Duke University Press, 2008), he is currently working on a book manuscript titled Fanonian Meditations. Hjamil A. Martı́nez-Vázquez is the author of Latina/o y Musulman: The Construction of Latina/o Identity among Latina/o Muslims in the United States (Pickwick, 2010) and is working on Religious History from a Latina/o Perspective : New Methodologies in the Search for Memory (Baylor University Press). Eduardo Mendieta is Professor of Philosophy at Stony Brook University. His most recent books are the coedited collections titled The Power of Religion in the Public Sphere (Columbia University Press, 2011) and Habermas and Religion (Polity, 2011). Walter Mignolo is William H. Wannamaker Professor in the Program of Literature, Romance Studies and Cultural Anthropology at Duke University . His forthcoming book is The Darker Side of Western Modernity: Global Future, Decolonial Options (Duke University Press, 2012). Paula M. L. Moya is Associate Professor of English at Stanford University. Her latest book is a collection coedited with Hazel Rose Markus titled Doing Race: 21 Essays for the 21st Century (Norton, 2010). She is the author of Learning from Experience: Minority Identities, Multicultural Struggles (University of California Press, 2002). Mayra Rivera Rivera is Assistant Professor of Theology and Latina Studies at Harvard Divinity School. She is author of The Touch of Transcendence (Westminster/John Knox, 2007). Christopher Tirres is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at DePaul University. He is currently working on his first book, The Shock of the Immediate: Liberation Theology and Pragmatism. PAGE 312 ................. 18125$ CTRB 09-19-11 07:51:42 PS ...


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