Decolonizing Theology | Rowman & Littlefield
Decolonizing Theology
This series aims to demonstrate the character and shape of the future of theology, which is a diversity of theologies ‘decolonized’ of Western captivity and influence. Each volume of the series, as such, will highlight and explore indigenous expressions of Christian theology from a thickly contextual perspective. At the heart of the project is the goal of providing readers an array of theologies from around the globe, many unknown or often overlooked by Western audiences, as a way of demonstrating the availability of non-Western Christian development and de-centering the study and methods of Christian theology from Western domination and standards.


Editor(s): Jione Havea (jhavea@gmail.com)
Staff editorial contact: Neil Elliott (nelliott@rowman.com)
Theological and Hermeneutical Explorations from Australia: Horizons of Contextuality
EDITED BY JIONE HAVEA - CONTRIBUTIONS BY JIONE HAVEA; MARK G. BRETT; ANITA J. MONRO; CHRIS BUDDEN; JOHN G. FLET...
Fortress Academic • November 2020 • Monograph
Resisting Occupation: A Global Struggle for Liberation
EDITED BY MIGUEL A. DE LA TORRE AND MITRI RAHEB - CONTRIBUTIONS BY MARK BRAVERMAN; RICHARD A. DAVIS; WANDA DEIF...
Fortress Academic • October 2020 • Monograph
Theologies on the Move: Religion, Migration, and Pilgrimage in the World of Neoliberal Capital
EDITED BY JOERG RIEGER - CONTRIBUTIONS BY GEMMA TULUD CRUZ; WANDA DEIFELT; MARC H. ELLIS; J. ALICE HEO; M. P. J...
Fortress Academic • October 2020 • Monograph