August 28, 2017 / Theology
An ecotheological anthropology, according to Catherine Wright, appreciates inspirited matter and embodied spirit.
Catherine Wright is an assistant professor in the religion and philosophy department at Wingate University in North Carolina, where she works with community, church, and student groups to foster more sustainable practices and build more vibrant ecosystems and human communities. She received her PhD at the University of St. Michael’s College and Elliott Allen Institute for Theology and Ecology, and her book Creation, God, and Humanity: Engaging the Mystery of Suffering Within the Sacred Cosmos is coming out in November 2017 with Paulist Press. Her academic specialties include ecotheology, Christian ethics, sustainability-oriented community engagement, and human suffering.