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Stephen R. Di Trolio Coakley

Stephen R. Di Trolio Coakley is a Ph. D. Candidate at Princeton Theological Seminary in the Department of History and Ecumenics (World Christianity and History of Religions). He worked and taught in Buenos Aires, Argentina before moving to Princeton. His research interests include Pentecostalism, Latin American history, political theology, and decolonial theory.

Essays

Anibal Quijano

Quijano reimagines the long-lasting and contemporary status of colonialism seen through the lenses of race, modernity/rationality, and economic exploitation, encouraging us to produce theological and political critiques from the ever-enduring nature of coloniality.

Fred Moten

Moten’s prophecy bespeaks aesthetic registers in ordinary (Black) life, but he denies that the aesthetic is redemptive.