Travis Kroeker

Travis Kroeker is Professor in the Department of Religious Studies (Western Religious Thought; Religion and Politics), where he teaches in the areas of theology, philosophy, ethics, literature, and politics. His current research interests include apocalyptic literature and political theology; the intellectual and spiritual premises underlying the growing dominance of the technological paradigm in contemporary culture; and the controversial relations between peace, violence and the anthropocene. He is the author of Christian Ethics and Political Economy in North America (McGill-Queen’s), and (with Bruce Ward) Remembering the End: Dostoevsky as Prophet to Modernity (Routledge). He is completing a project on Literary Apocalypse as Political Theology (in preparation).

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