Contributions: Karen Bray
Karen Bray is an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Philosophy, and the chair of Religious Studies and Philosophy, at Wesleyan College. Her research areas include continental philosophy of religion; feminist, critical disability, and black studies; and queer, political, and decolonial theories and theologies. Her work has appeared in such journals as The American Journal of Theology and Philosophy, The Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory, and Palgrave Communications, and several edited volumes. Her book on political theology, affect, and counter redemption, tentatively titled Unredeemed, is forthcoming from Fordham University Press.
Contributions: Kent L. Brintnall
Kent L. Brintnall is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Contributions: Brandy Daniels
Afterword: Elizabeth Freeman
Elizabeth Freeman is Professor of English at University of California, Davis.
Contributions: Jacqueline Hidalgo
Contributions: James Hoke
Contributions: Mark D. Jordan
Mark D. Jordan is Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Christian Thought at Harvard Divinity School. He is the author and editor of numerous books, including, most recently, Convulsing Bodies: Religion and Resistance in Foucault and Recruiting Young Love: How Christians Talk about Homosexuality.
Contributions: Catherine Keller
Catherine Keller is George T. Cobb Professor of Constructive Theology in the Theological School and Graduate Division of Religion at Drew University. Recent books include Cloud of the Impossible: Negative Theology and Planetary Entanglement; On the Mystery: Discerning Divinity in Process; Face of the Deep: A Theology of Becoming; and Ecospirit: Theologies and Philosophies of the Earth (Fordham).
Contributions: Karmen MacKendrick
Karmen MacKendrick is a professor of philosophy and an associate chair of the McDevitt Center for Creativity and Innovation at Le Moyne College. Her work in philosophical theology is entangled with several other disciplines, particularly those involved with words, with flesh, or with the pleasures to be taken in both. These preoccupations appear in several books, most recently Divine Enticement: Theological Seductions (Fordham University Press, 2013).
Contributions: Joseph A. Marchal
Joseph A. Marchal is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Ball State University.
Edited: Stephen D. Moore
Stephen D. Moore is Edmund S. Janes Professor of New Testament Studies at the Theological School, Drew University. He is author or editor, co-author or co-editor, of around thirty books, most recently Gospel Jesuses and Other Nonhumans: Biblical Criticism Post-poststructuralism (SBL Press, 2017). With Jennifer L. Koosed he co-edited Affect Theory and the Bible (Brill, 2014), and with Kent L. Brintnall and Joseph A. Marchal he co-edited Sexual Disorientations: Queer Temporalities, Affects, Theologies (Fordham University Press, 2018).
Contributions: Ann Pellegrini
Contributions: Brock Perry
Contributions: Mary-Jane Rubenstein
Mary-Jane Rubenstein is Professor of Religion at Wesleyan University, where she is also core faculty in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and affiliated faculty in the Science in Society Program.
Contributions: Laurel Schneider
Professor of Religious Studies, Religion and Culture, Vanderbilt University.
Contributions: Eric Thomas
Contributions: Linn Marie Tonstad