Race and Political Theology (Paperback)
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Race and Political Theology brings together leading scholars to explore how intersections of religious and political ideas are complicated when attention is given to race.
About the Author
Vincent Lloyd is Assistant Professor of Religion at Syracuse University. He is the author of Law and Transcendence: On the Unfinished Project of Gillian Rose (2009) and The Problem with Grace: Reconfiguring Political Theology (Stanford, 2011).
"This impressive and timely volume aims to correct the omission of race as an orienting factor in political-theological discussion, thus reinvigorating both race theory and political theology. It does an excellent job staking out some of the key claims in a very lively contemporary debate about the origins, uses, and destinies of religion in liberal and post-liberal politics."—Julia Reinhard Lupton, University of California, Irvine
"Race and Political Theology poses a set of refreshing and original questions about race and politics to the future of political theology. These questions are not confined to theology alone, however; they have wide theoretical and political implications. The volume is an important intervention within a field that has become oblivious and irresponsible regarding the question of race."—Ananda Abeysekara, Virginia Tech