Chris Haw is a PhD candidate in Theology and Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame. His dissertation is on René Girard’s political theology of monotheism as a refusal to divinize victims, placed into conversation with Jan Assmann’s Mosaic Distinction and Chantal Mouffe’s paradoxical relationship between liberalism’s inclusivity and democracy’s boundaries. His Jesus for President (2008), explored the theological politics of nonviolence, and his From Willow Creek to Sacred Heart (2012) combines reflection on community activism, living in Camden, NJ, and the Catholic socio-political imagination. He lived and worked in Camden, NJ, for ten years, doing a mixture of community organizing, housing development, carpentry, pottery, and teaching theology at invited lectures around the country. 


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