Namsoon Kang Bibliography
Professor of World Christianity and Religions, Brite Divinity School
Kang, Namsoon. Way of Faith/ Way of Awakening. Seoul: Korea Christian Literature, 2003. (Co-authorship)
. A Comparative Study of Life Thought in the Third World Theologies. Seoul: Tree of Ideas, 2002. (Co-authorship).
. Feminist Theology: Gender, Life, Spirituality. Seoul: Korean Theological Institute, 2002.
. Feminist Theology and Spirituality. Seoul: Christian Literature Society, 1999. (Co-authorship)
. Wesley and Methodist Theology. Seoul: Press of Methodist Theological Seminary, 1999. (Co-authorship)
. Ecumenical Theology and Movement. Committee of Theological Concern of Korean National Council of Churches. Seoul: Korea National Council of Churches, 1998. (Co-authorship)
. Feminism and Christianity. Seoul: Christian Literature Society, 1998.
. Contemporary Feminist Theology. Seoul: Christian Literature Society, 1994.
Articles and essays
Kang, Namsoon. “Towards a Cosmopolitan Theology: Public Constructing Public
Theology from the Future.” In Planetary Loves: Spivak, Postcoloniality, and
Theology. New York: Fordham
University Press, 2010.
. “Out of Places: Asian
Feminist Theology of Dislocation.” In Out of Place. Cross Cultural
Theologies Series. Edited by Clive Pearson and Jione Havea. London: Equinox
. “Transethnic Feminist
Theology of Asia: Globalization, Identities and Solidarities” In Oxford
Handbook of Feminist Theology, edited by Mary Fulkerson. Oxford, UK: Oxford
Postcolonial Theological Education: Dilemmas and Possibilities.” In Handbook
of Theological Education in World Christianity, edited by Dietrich Werner,
Namsoon Kang, and Joshva Raja. London, UK: Regnum, 2010.
. “Reclaiming Theological Significance of Women's Religious Choice-in-Differential: Korean Women’s Choice of Christianity Revisited.” Journal of World Christianity 3, no. 1 (2010).
. “Whose/Which World in
World Christianity?: Toward World Christianity as Christianity of
Worldly-Responsibility.” In The Grandeur and Majesty of Faith: Essays in
Honor of Lamin
Sanneh, edited by Akintunde E. Akinade. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2010.
. “Re-constructing Asian Feminist Theology: Toward Glocal Feminist Theology in an Era of Neo- Empire(s).” In Christianity in Asia, edited by Sebastian Kim. Cambridge, UK: University of Cambridge Press, 2008.
. The Centrality of Gender Justice in Prophetic Christianity and the Mission of the Church Reconsidered. International Review of Mission 94, no. 373 (April 2005): 278-289.
. Toward Healing and Reconciliation of 'Regardless': Radicalizing Christian Mission for Today. International Review of Mission 94, no. 374 (July 2005): 373-386.
. A 'Transit Home' Away from Home.” Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion 21, no.2 (Fall 2005): 123-126.
. Who/What is Asian?: A Postcolonial Theological Reading of Orientalism and Neo-Orientalism. In Postcolonial Theologies: Divinity and Empire, edited by Catherine Keller, Michael Nausner, and Mayra Rivera, 100-117. St. Louis: Chalice Press, 2004.
. Confucian Familism and Its Social/Religious Embodiment in Christianity: Reconsidering the Family Discourses from a Feminist Perspective." Asia Journal of Theology 18, no.1.(April 2004): 168-189.
. "A Bridge to Inclusiveness of Gender, Race, and Culture: Constructing a Theology of Inclusiveness." Quarterly Review 20, no. 2 (Summer 2000): 172-182.
. "Terrorism or Truth?: The
Challenge of Postmodernism and Its Implication for Religion in the New Millennium.
In Plurality, Power and Mission: Intercontextual
Theological Explorations on the Role of Religion in the New Millennium,
edited by Philip L. Wickeri, Janice K. Wickeri, and Damayanthi M.A. Niles,
London: Council for World Mission, 2000.
. "Androgyny," "Han," and "Misogyny." In Dictionary of Feminist Theologies, edited by Letty M. Russell and J. Shannon Clarkson. Westminster / John Knox Press, 1996.
. "Creating Dangerous Memory: Challenges for Asian and Korean Feminist Theology." Ecumenical Review 47, no. 1 (1995): 21-31.
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