Monica Coleman

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Monica A. Coleman (born 1974) is a contemporary theologian associated with process theology[1] and womanist theology. She is the Associate Professor of Constructive Theology and African American Religions at Claremont School of Theology and Associate Professor of Religion at Claremont Graduate University.[2] She is currently one of the co-directors of the Center for Process Studies. Her research interests are in Whiteheadian metaphysics, constructive theology, philosophical theology, metaphorical theology, black and womanist theologies, African American religions, African traditional religions, theology and sexual and domestic violence and mental health and theology.

Authored and edited works[edit]

  • The Dinah Project: A Handbook for Congregational Response to Sexual Violence, 2004.
  • Making a Way Out of No Way: A Womanist Theology, Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2008.
  • Creating Women's Theology: A Movement Engaging Process Theology, (edited with Nancy Howell and Helene Tallon Russell), Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2011.
  • Not Alone: Reflections on Faith and Depression - A 40-Day Devotional, Culver City, CA: Inner Prizes Inc, 2012.


  1. ^ Pinn, Anthony B. (2010-06-07). Embodiment and the New Shape of Black Theological Thought. NYU Press. pp. 2–. ISBN 9780814767740. Retrieved 12 July 2012. 
  2. ^ Monica A. Coleman, Biographical note, Feminism & Religion.

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