Rev. Dr. Christopher Carter’s teaching and research interests are in Black & Womanist Theological Ethics, Environmental Ethics, Religion & Food, and Religion & Animals. His publications include The Spirit of Soul Food (University of Illinois Press, forthcoming), “Blood In The Soil: The Racial, Racist, and Religious Dimensions of Environmentalism” (Bloomsbury Press, forthcoming) and The Future of Meat Without Animals (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016). In them, he explores the intersectional oppressions experienced by people of color, the environment, and animals. Currently he is an Assistant Professor of Theology at the University of San Diego, an Assistant Pastor at Pacific Beach UMC, and a Faith in Food Fellow at Farm Forward.