Catherine Keller is professor of constructive theology at Caspersen Graduate School of Drew University and steers the Transdisciplinary Theological Colloquium, from which this book emerged. Michael Nausner is an ordained United Methodist minister and has taught at Drew University and Forham University.
"Postcolonial Theologies was a worthwhile 'expenditure' of my jealously guarded reading time. Within its pages one will encounter both established and emergent voices in theological studies taking on the age-old, ever-mutating but always expanding realities of Empire. This book deftly uses postcolonial theory not only to deconstruct, but (re) construct theological reflection; in addition, it not only 'applies' postcolonial theory to theology but also explores what theology may contribute to postcolonial inquiry. There are fresh and refreshing ruminations on theological anthropology, christology, and divinity, but also captivating contentions with pressing issues of our times like disability, diversity, ecology, and the global economy."