The journal Political Theology is very pleased to welcome seven new members of its Editorial Board.
Roland Boer is Professor in the School of Humanities and Social Science at the University of Newcastle, Australia. He is also Professor of Literary Theory at Renmin University of China, in Beijing. Boer is the author of numerous books, including the five volume series, On Marxism and Theology. He co-edits the journal Critical Research on Religion. Boer frequently contributes to Political Theology Today; his personal blog is Stalin’s Moustache.
Bonnie Honig is Nancy Duke Lewis Professor of Modern Culture and Media and Professor of Political Science at Brown University. She is also Affiliated Research Professor at the American Bar Foundation. Honig’s books include Antigone, Interrupted (Cambridge, 2013), Emergency Politics: Paradox, Law, Democracy (Princeton, 2009), and Democracy and the Foreigner (Princeton, 2001), as well as the co-edited Oxford Handbook of Political Theory.
Peter Losonczi is a researcher at the Centre for Metaphysics and Philosophy of Culture at KU Leuven, Belgium. He is also the European Director of the International Research Network on Religion and Democracy. Losonczi’s co-edited volumes include From Political Theory to Political Theology: Religious Challenges and the Prospects of Democracy (Continuum, 2010) and The Future of Political Theology (Ashgate, 2012).
Heinrich Meier is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Munich and Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Committee on Social Thought, University of Chicago. He is also Director of the Carl Friedrich von Siemens Foundation. Meier’s books include Carl Schmitt and Leo Strauss: The Hidden Dialogue (Chicago, 1995) and Leo Strauss and the Theologico-Political Problem (Cambridge, 2006). He edited the German edition of Strauss’s collected writings.
Carl Raschke is Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Denver and a permanent adjunct faculty member at the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. He is the co-founder and senior editor of the Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory, and he contributes regularly to Political Theology Today. He has published, most recently, Postmodernism and the Revolution in Religious Theory: Toward a Semiotics of the Event (Virginia, 2012).
Erin Runions is Associate Professor and Chair of Religious Studies at Pomona College. Her books include The Babylon Complex: Theopolitical Fantasies of War, Sex, and Sovereignty (Fordham, 2014), How Hysterical: Identification and Resistance in the Bible and Film (Palgrave, 2003), and Changing Subjects: Gender, Nation, and Future in Micah (Sheffield, 2001). Runions is also an activist, working on issues of police brutality, global justice, and the environment.
Rowan Williams is Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge. From 2002 to 2012, Williams served as Archbishop of Canterbury. His books include The Edge of Words: God and the Habits of Language (Bloomsbury, 2014), Dostoevsky: Language, Faith, and Fiction (Baylor, 2011), and On Christian Theology (Blackwell, 2000).