Political and Public Theologies

Comparisons – Coalitions – Critiques

Editor-in-Chief: Ulrich Schmiedel
Political and Public Theologies: Comparisons – Coalitions – Critiques seeks to provide a forum for critical and constructive engagements with the significance of theologies for the public square. Connecting the increasingly interdisciplinary fields of political and public theology, the series is interested in the impact that theologies have on public issues and the impact that public issues have on theologies, both theoretically and practically. PPT invites publications from established and emerging scholars that engage with the significance of theologies for the public square from (1) comparative angles that facilitate inter-religious studies, (2) coalitional angles that foster inter-religious solidarities, and (3) critical angles that re-formulate theology as a resource for contemporary controversies. PPT is published in cooperation with the Centre for Theology and Public Issues (CTPI), University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
Editor-in-Chief: Ulrich Schmiedel, University of Edinburgh, UK

Editorial Board:
Julie Cooper, Tel Aviv University, IL
Vincent Lloyd, Villanova University, US
Tommy Lynch, University of Chichester, UK
Esther McIntosh, York St John University, UK
Sturla Stålsett, Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society, Oslo, NO
Fatima Tofighi, University of Religions, Qom, IR

Advisory Board:
Seforosa Carroll, World Council of Churches, Geneva, CH
Stephan van Erp, KU Leuven, BE
Elaine Graham, University of Chester, UK
Kristin Heyer, Boston College, US
Catherine Keller, Drew University, Madison, NJ, US
Brian Klug, University of Oxford, UK
Valentina Napolitano, University of Toronto, CA
Joshua Ralston, University of Edinburgh, UK
Thomas Schlag, University of Zurich, CH
Sohaira Zahid Siddiqui, Georgetown University, Ar-Rayyan, QA
Robert Vosloo, University of Stellenbosch, SA
Political and Public Theologies: Comparisons – Coalitions – Critiques seeks to provide a forum for critical and constructive engagements with the significance of theologies for the public square. Connecting the increasingly interdisciplinary fields of political and public theology, the series is interested in the impact that theologies have on public issues and the impact that public issues have on theologies, both theoretically and practically. PPT invites publications from established and emerging scholars that engage with the significance of theologies for the public square from (1) comparative angles that facilitate inter-religious studies, (2) coalitional angles that foster inter-religious solidarities, and (3) critical angles that re-formulate theology as a resource for contemporary controversies. PPT is published in cooperation with the Centre for Theology and Public Issues (CTPI), University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.