James Elisha Taneti's Caste, Gender, and Christianity in Colonial India has been named one of "fifteen books published in 2013 for special recognition of their contribution to mission studies."
Evangelical Postcolonial Conversations: Global Awakening in Theology and Praxis, a product of the Postcolonial Roundtable led by Postcolonial Networks, is forthcoming with InterVarsity Press Academic.
Our congratulations to James Elisha Taneti, author of the forthcoming Caste, Gender, and Christianity in Colonial India: Telugu Women in Mission, which will be the third volume in the Postcolonialism and Religions series, a partnership between Postcolonial Networks and Palgrave MacMillan.
Below is the second text–and the first single-authored one–to be published in the Postcolonialism and Religions series, edited by Joseph Duggan, founder of Postcolonial Networks, and J. Jayakiran Sebastian, Dean of Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia.
Annie Tinsley, A Postcolonial African American Re-reading of Colossians: Identity, Reception, and Interpretation under the Gaze of Empire, Postcolonialism and […]
Decolonizing the Body of Christ: Theology and Theory After Empire offers a preview of the editors' priority for multireligious, indigenous, and transnational scholarly voices. The goal is to expand the postcolonial debate by inclusion of contextual voices and disciplines once excluded by canonical leaders of postcolonial studies...