Publication details for Professor Gerard LoughlinLoughlin, Gerard (2007). Queer Theology: Rethinking the Western Body. Oxford: Blackwell.
Author(s) from Durham
AbstractQueer Theology makes an important contribution to public debate about Christianity and sex. This remarkable collection of essays reconceptualizes the body and its desires, enlarging the meaning of sexuality for the good of the churches. Written by some of the most able and insightful of Anglo-American scholars, established and up-and-coming, and from a variety of academic and religious backgrounds, the book shows how western bodies are queerer than often thought, and that the same is true of the God who elicits and tutors their desires.
Contributors: James Alison, Tina Beattie, Daniel Boyarin, Virginia Burrus, Gavin D'Costa, Paul Fletcher, Christopher Hinkle, Amy Hollywood, Grace M. Jantzen, Mark D. Jordan, Gerard Loughlin, David Matzko McCarthy, Rachel Muers, Catherine Pickstock, Eugene F. Rogers Jr, Kathy Rudy, Jane Shaw, Elizabeth Stuart, Graham Ward, Linda Woodhead.