Postcolonial and Decolonial Studies in Religion and Theology | Rowman & Littlefield
Postcolonial and Decolonial Studies in Religion and Theology
This series responds to the growing interest in postcolonial studies and re-examines the hegemonic, European-dominated religious systems of the old and new empires. It critically addresses the colonial biases of religions, the academy, and local faith communities, in an effort to make these institutions more polyvocal, receptive, and empowering to global cultures and epistemologies. The series will engage with a variety of hybrid, overlapping, and intersecting definitions of postcolonialism—as a critical discursive practice, as a political and ideological stance concerned with exposing patterns of dominance and hegemony, and as contexts shaped by ongoing colonization and decolonization. Books in the series will also explore the relationship between postcolonial values and religious practice, and the transformation of religious symbols and institutions in postcolonial contexts beyond the academy. The series aims to make high-quality and original research available to the scholarly community. The series welcomes monographs and edited volumes which forge new directions in contextual research across disciplines and explore key contemporary issues. Established scholars as well as new authors will be considered for publication, including scholars “on the margins” whose voices are under-represented in the academy and in religious discourse. Authors working in sub-disciplines of religious studies and/or theology are encouraged to submit proposals.

Editor(s): Sheryl Kujawa-Holbrook
Advisory Board: Jon Berquist, Stephen Burns, Cláudio Carvalhaes, Jennifer Te Paa Daniel, Lynne St. Clair Darden, Christine J. Hong, Wonhee Anne Joh, HyeRan Kim-Cragg, Boyung Lee, Aprilfaye Tayag Manalang, Loida Yvette Martell, Stephanie Y. Mitchem, Jea Sophia Oh, Nicolas Esteban Panotto, Jeremy Punt, Patrick Reyes, Joerg Rieger, Fernando Segovia, Melinda McGarrah Sharp, Kay Higuera Smith, Jonathan Y. Tan, Mona West, and Amos Yong
Staff editorial contact: Michael Gibson (mgibson@rowman.com)
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Ecologies of Participation: Agents, Shamans, Mystics, and Diviners
ZAYIN CABOT
Lexington Books • April 2018 • Monograph
Colonialism and the Bible: Contemporary Reflections from the Global South
EDITED BY TAT-SIONG BENNY LIEW AND FERNANDO F. SEGOVIA - CONTRIBUTIONS BY MICHEL ELIAS ANDRAOS; NANCY ELIZABETH...
Lexington Books • April 2018 • Monograph