Rev. Emmanuel Katongole is Associate Professor of Theology and Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame. Rev. Katongole has served as associate professor of theology and world Christianity at Duke University, where he was the founding co-director of the Duke Divinity School’s Center for Reconciliation. He is the author of books on the Christian social imagination, the crisis of faith following the genocide in Rwanda, and Christian approaches to justice, peace, and reconciliation. His most recent book is The Sacrifice of Africa: A Political Theology for Africa.
Politics and violence in Africa; the theology of reconciliation; Catholicism in the global South; theology and strategic peacebuilding
Lament: a theological and social political analysis; contending modernities: identity, community and tradition within African Catholicism
New Books from Katongole on African Theology of Hope
Oct 3, 2017
Two new books by Faculty Fellow Emmanuel Katongole deal with the theology of hope and reconciliation in Africa.