Faculty Publications

BUSTH Announces New Faculty Publications for December 2020

The School of Theology is pleased to announce the following faculty publications for the month of December 2020: Cristian De La Rosa “Navigating Dangerous Intersection,” in Voices of the Mentored: Scholars of Color Speak. Forum for Theological Exploration, 2020. This is a chapter response to 30 stories/experiences of mentored scholars of color. Dana Robert “Scottish […]

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BUSTH Announces Faculty Publications for November 2020

The School of Theology is pleased to announce the following faculty publications for the month of November 2020: Jonathan Calvillo The Saints of Santa Ana: Faith and Ethnicity in a Mexican Majority City. Oxford University Press, 2020. Jonathan was also selected by the New-York Historical Society to be a Public Fellow in Religion and the […]

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Prof. Wariboko Pens Essay on Relationship Between Evangelicals and Trump

The following essay by BU School of Theology Walter G. Muelder Professor of Social Ethics Nimi Wariboko was published on November 4, 2020 on politicaltheology.com. Please click here to read the full article.  Between Evangelicals and Trump: Redemption Through Sin Trump supporters will not abandon him in the 2020 presidential election. They believe they are […]

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BUSTH Announces Faculty Publications for September 2020

The School of Theology is pleased to announce the following faculty publications for the month of September 2020: Nicolette Manglos-Weber “Congregants and Citizens: Religion and Naturalization among US Immigrants,” International Migration Review 54:3 (2000), 674–706. Dana Robert “Sacred Music and Christian Transnationalism in 1920s–1930s China and Japan,” in Alexander Chow and Emma Wild-Wood, eds. Ecumenism […]

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BUSTH Announces Faculty Publications for July 2020

The School of Theology is pleased to announce the following faculty publications for the month of July 2020: Rebecca Copeland: Created Being: Expanding Creedal Christology (Baylor University Press). Christopher Evans: “Walter Rauschenbusch: The Soul of the Social Gospel,” in In the Shadow of a Prophet: The Legacy of Walter Rauschenbusch, eds. William H. Brackney and David […]

Faithful Friendships: Prof. Robert’s Publication receives Accolades

Professor Dana Robert’s book Faithful Friendships: Embracing Diversity in Christian Community has been designated among the Top Ten Outstanding Books in Mission Studies, World Christianity, and Intercultural Theology for 2019 by the International Bulletin of Mission Research. The publication has also been featured in a review on the Englewood Review website. “She invites the reader to […]

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BUSTH Announces Faculty Publications for May 2020

The School of Theology is pleased to announce the following faculty publications for the month of May 2020. Filipe Maia: “The Pan-Amazon Synod,” in Concilium (n. 385: 2020/2). Info about the issue can be found at https://concilium.hymnsam.co.uk/issues/20202-masculinities-theological-and-religious-challenges/ Mary Elizabeth Moore: “Sacred, Revolutionary Teaching: Encountering Sacred Difference and Honest Hope,” Religious Education (April 2020), 1-13. [Doi: 10.1080/00344087.2020.1738044] […]

BUSTH Announces Faculty Publications for April 2020

The School of Theology is pleased to announce the following faculty publications for the month of April 2020. Cristian De La Rosa: “Latina Women and the Church: Mujeristas y Nepantleras,” Nevertheless She Leads: Postcolonial Women’s Leadership for the Church. United Methodist General Board of Higher Education, 2020. Walter Fluker: Walking with God: The Sermon Series […]

Assistant Professor Copeland Wins Award at CATA Conference

October 26, Rochester, NY – Assistant Professor of Theology Becky Copeland was this weekend awarded the first prize for the best paper in this year’s God’s Wisdom and the Wonder of Creation Conference of the Canadian-American Theological Association (CATA). Her paper, “Wells, Springs, and Commodification: Water Rights and Hagar’s Tribulations,” won The Jack and Phyllis Middleton Memorial […]