Catherine Keller is George T. Cobb Professor of Constructive
Theology in the Theological School and Graduate Division of
Religion at Drew University. Recent books include Cloud of the
Impossible: Negative Theology and Planetary Entanglement; On
the Mystery: Discerning Divinity in Process; Face of the
Deep: A Theology of Becoming; and Ecospirit: Theologies and
Philosophies of the Earth (Fordham).
Mary-Jane Rubenstein is Professor of Religion at Wesleyan University, where she is also core faculty in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and affiliated faculty in the Science in Society Program.
As new understandings of matter and materialism continue to gain visibility and generate interest, Entangled Worlds makes an essential contribution: While theorists of materialism often assume that science and religious thought are at odds, the essays collected here demonstrate that a sophisticated understanding of theology and religion enriches our understanding of materiality in its full liveliness and complexity. A focus on materiality, in turn, changes and enriches theology. These smart and well written essays will be invaluable to readers across both the humanities and sciences.----Karmen MacKendrick, McDevitt Center for Creativity and Innovation at Le Moyne College