Dwight N. Hopkins
     Dwight N. Hopkins teaches theology at the University of Chicago, the Divinity School. He is the senior editor of the Henry McNeil Turner/Sojourner Truth Series in Black Religion for Orbis Books. Mr. Hopkins earned his B.A. at Harvard University, and his M.Div., M.Phil., and Ph.D. degrees at Union Theological Seminary (New York City). He earned his second Ph.D. at the University of Cape Town (South Africa).
His books include: 
  • Introducing Black Theology of Liberation (Orbis Books)
  • Down, Up & Over: Slave Religion and Black Theology (Fortress Press) 
  • Black Faith and Public Talk: Essays in Honor of James H. Cone's "Black Theology & Black Power" (Orbis Books) 
  • Religion and Globalization (Duke University Press) 
  • Liberation Theologies, Postmodernity, and the Americas (Routledge Press) 
  • Changing Conversations: Religious Reflection and Cultural Analysis (Routledge Press) 
  • Shoes That Fit Our Feet: Sources for a Constructive Black Theology (Orbis Books) 
  • Cut Loose Your Stammering Tongue: black theology in the slave narratives (Orbis Books) 
  • We Are One Voice: black theology in South Africa and the USA (Skotaville Press, Johannesburg, South Africa) 
  • Black Theology USA and South Africa: Politics, Culture and Liberation (Orbis Books) 
  •                                                                                                 Dwight N. Hopkins
                                                                                                   The University of Chicago
                                                                                                   The Divinity School
                                                                                                   1025 E. 58th St.
                                                                                                   Chicago, IL 60637