A peer-reviewed collection of essays on how faith and religious traditions have been and are being translated, whether by language, culture, context, migration, or many other factors.
I. After Babel: Toward Theory and Method in Translating Religion
Richard Ascough, Queen’s School of Religion
Kristin Colberg, St. John’s University/College of St. Benedict
Karen B. Enriquez, Xavier University (Ohio)
and Catherine Punsalan-Manlimos, Seattle University
Okechukwu Camillus Njoku, Duquesne University
II. Reading the Word, Read by the World: Christianity in Translation
Nancy Pineda-Madrid, Boston College
Michael Baxter, DePaul University
Dennis M. Doyle, University of Dayton
Janice A. Thompson, King’s College
Tobias Winright, St. Louis University
III. Of Elephants and Grapes: Translating among Religions
Bahar Davary, University of San Diego
Ruben L. F. Habito, Southern Methodist University
Reid B. Locklin, St. Michael’s College
Bridget O’Brien, University of Notre Dame
John Sniegocki, Xavier University (Cincinnati)
Mary Doak is associate professor of theology and religious studies at the University of San Diego.
Anita Houck is chair and associate professor of theological studies at St. Mary’s University in South Bend, Indiana.