Immigration protest in Kenosha County, Wisconsin, 2013. Photo by Joe Brusky

The Common Good in a World Uprooted

The concept of the common good, so central to Catholic social ethics, provides a hopeful way to integrate these concerns for both structural factors and agency into an ethical framework for thinking about migration.

Catholic Social Ethics

Recent Symposia

Photo by Tom Woodward CC BY-SA 2.0

The Politics of Sacred Texts

For this symposium, we asked respondents to reflect on the question, “What are the political implications of naming a text sacred?”

Symposia, The Politics of Sacred Texts

These essays chip away at the patina that has built up around King’s figural representation in our collective political culture.

Working for toilet justice is a vivid, material, concrete way to demand space for marginalized bodies, and to resist a respectability politics that sacrifices problematic bodies for the sake of political expediency

ASSEMBLY Podcast

In the Field

This guest editorial introduces the recently published special issue of Political Theology focused on Jacques Derrida’s Death Penalty Seminars.

Political Theology, Volume 19, Issue 1, February 2018 is now available online on Taylor & Francis Online.