Amy R. Barbour is a doctoral student in systematic and constructive theology at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary. Her most recent publication is “Demilitarizing Haunted Genealogies as Transgenerational Affective Work of the Holy Ghost,” in Critical Theology Against US Militarism in Asia (2016).
Marvin Wickware is a sixth year doctoral student in Religion at Duke University. His particular areas of interest are Black and Womanist theology and ethics, particularly as they intersect with black studies, affect theory, and feminist theory. His dissertation focuses on racial reconciliation between black and white US American Christians, and the importance of understanding love and reconciliation in light of the racial enemy relation between black and white people.