An Yountae’s book, The Decolonial Abyss: Mysticism and Cosmopolitics from the Ruins, was published by the Fordham University Press and is scheduled for release in October 2016. This book “probes the ethico-political possibility harbored in Western philosophical and theological thought for addressing the collective experience of suffering, socio-political trauma, and colonial violence.”
Rachel Albert chaired a symposium titled “Micro and Macro Approaches to Sensitivity” for the Society of Research on Child Development’s biennial meeting. In the symposium, she presented a talk titled “A micro approach to studying the appropriateness of caregiver responses to babbling: New findings from a playback paradigm”. Rachel also contributed to a panel called “Give Psychology Away to Inmates: Teaching in Prison,” which was presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.
Philip Benesch was awarded an LL.M degree in Public Law by the University of London. The LLM is an advanced law degree in a specialized area of law. Philip earned this degree in summer 2016.
Jeff Robbins’ 4th book, Radical Theology: A Vision for Change, was published by the Indiana University Press in July 2016. In this book, dedicated to John Hinshaw, Robbins is credited with presenting “revolutionary thinking in the face of changing theological concepts.”
Jeff Robbins and Noelle Vahanian were two co-authors of An Insurrectionist Manifesto: Four New Gospels for Radical Politics. This book was published by Columbia University Press in 2016.