Jacob J. Erickson is Assistant Professor of Theological Ethics and Director of Undergraduate Teaching and Learning in the School of Religion, Theology, and Peace Studies at Trinity College Dublin. A constructive theologian, Erickson writes to evoke an ecotheology of planetary conviviality–the playful and just cherishing of life together–in the midst of current ecological crises, climate colonialism, emerging perspectives in the wake of global warming, queer ecologies, entanglements of energy and extraction. He’s currently working on a monograph on constructive theology and climate grief — focused on a “theopoetics of planetary feeling” as well as an edited volume on the complicated theological affects associated with climate crises. He’s a contributor to Meaningful Flesh: Reflections on Religion and Nature for a Queer Planet (punctum).
Jacob J. Erickson