Catherine Keller (born 1953) is a contemporary Christian theologian and Professor of Constructive Theology at Drew University's Graduate Division of Religion. As a constructive theologian, Keller's work is oriented around social and ecological justice, poststructuralist theory, and feminist readings of scripture and theology. Both her early and her late work brings relational thinking into theology, focusing on the relational nature of the concept of the divine, and the forms of ecological interdependence within the framework of relational theology. Her work in process theology draws on the relational ontology of Alfred North Whitehead, fielding it in a postmodern, deconstructive framework.

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  • Catherine Keller es una experta en Teología del Proceso y teología constructiva catedrática en Drew University de New Jersey. Al igual que la mayoría de las principales voceros del proceso de la teología, estudió directamente con John B. Cobb en la Escuela de Teología de Claremont en Claremont. Sus intereses profesionales son amplios y abarcan la justicia social y ecológica, como la teoría poststructuralista, así como de las lecturas feministas y metafórico de la escritura. Junto con Roland Faber en Claremont, que es uno de los principales académicos que trabajan en el ámbito de la Theopoetics. Es autora de quizás uno de los más influyentes textos feministas, From a Broken Web: Separation, Sexism, and Self. (es)
  • Catherine Keller (born 1953) is a contemporary Christian theologian and Professor of Constructive Theology at Drew University's Graduate Division of Religion. As a constructive theologian, Keller's work is oriented around social and ecological justice, poststructuralist theory, and feminist readings of scripture and theology. Both her early and her late work brings relational thinking into theology, focusing on the relational nature of the concept of the divine, and the forms of ecological interdependence within the framework of relational theology. Her work in process theology draws on the relational ontology of Alfred North Whitehead, fielding it in a postmodern, deconstructive framework. Keller's work stresses an interdisciplinary approach, pulling from sub-fields such as feminist thought, environmental thought, and Continental philosophy. She has played a leading role in building interdisciplinary connections into, and out of, the field of theology. Since 2001 she has had a central role in directing and developing Drew University's Transdisciplinary Theological Colloquium. The colloquia seek to "foster a fresh style of theological discourse that is at once self-deconstructive in its pluralism and constructive in its affirmations". Recent colloquia have brought theology into conversation with movements such as Queer Theory and Animal Studies, have offered novel perspectives on debates about Religion and Science, and have explored topics such as political theology. Notable scholars from outside the field of theology who have participated in the colloquia in recent years include: William E. Connolly, Karen Barad, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Daniel Boyarin, and Amy Hollywood. With John Caputo, Roland Faber and others, Keller provides leadership in the field of theopoetics. Keller received a Ph.D. in Philosophy of Religion and Theology from Claremont Graduate School in 1984, a Master of Divinity (M.Div.) from Eden Theological Seminary in 1977, and a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Equivalent Theology from University of Heidelberg in 1974. (en)
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  • Catherine Keller es una experta en Teología del Proceso y teología constructiva catedrática en Drew University de New Jersey. Al igual que la mayoría de las principales voceros del proceso de la teología, estudió directamente con John B. Cobb en la Escuela de Teología de Claremont en Claremont. Es autora de quizás uno de los más influyentes textos feministas, From a Broken Web: Separation, Sexism, and Self. (es)
  • Catherine Keller (born 1953) is a contemporary Christian theologian and Professor of Constructive Theology at Drew University's Graduate Division of Religion. As a constructive theologian, Keller's work is oriented around social and ecological justice, poststructuralist theory, and feminist readings of scripture and theology. Both her early and her late work brings relational thinking into theology, focusing on the relational nature of the concept of the divine, and the forms of ecological interdependence within the framework of relational theology. Her work in process theology draws on the relational ontology of Alfred North Whitehead, fielding it in a postmodern, deconstructive framework. (en)
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