The Human in a Dehumanizing World: Reexamining Theological Anthropology and Its Implications
By: Jessica Coblentz and Daniel P. Horan, OFM
Annual Volume #67 of the College Theology Society will be on the theme of dehumanization and theological anthropology, incorporating approximately fifteen essays drawn from presentations given at the virtual spring 2021 conference. The most prominent essays will come from the plenary speakers: Karen Kilby (Durham University), Andrew Prevot (Boston College), and Cristina Traina (Fordham University). As always, this volume will have a broader range of topics and authors than most edited volumes.
Jessica Coblentz, PhD, is an assistant professor in the Department of Religious Studies and Theology at Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, IN. She is the author of Dust in the Blood: A Theology of Life with Depression (Liturgical, 2022).
Daniel P. Horan, OFM, PhD is the Director of the Center for Spirituality and Professor of Philosophy, Religious Studies, and Theology at Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, IN. He is a columnist for the National Catholic Reporter and the author of thirteen books, including Catholicity and Emerging Personhood: A Contemporary Theological Anthropology (Orbis, 2019).