Professor of Theology and Culture, and Director of the Orlando Costas Lectureship in Latino/a Theology
B.A., College of New Rochelle
M.T.S., Harvard Divinity School
Ph.D., Drew University
Phone: Ext. 2356
Benjamin Valentin’s teaching and research interests are in contemporary theology and culture, constructive theology, liberation theology, and U.S. Hispanic/Latino(a) theology. In general, his focus is on leading people to explore the possibility of a theological outlook that can be responsive to new occasions, challenges, and duties in our late modern era.
He is the author of the award winning Mapping Public Theology: Beyond Culture, Identity, and Difference (2002); editor of New Horizons in Hispanic/Latino(a) Theology (2003); and In Our Own Voices: Latino/a Renditions of Theology (2010); and co-editor of The Ties That Bind: African American and Hispanic American/Latino(a) Theologies in Dialogue and Creating Ourselves: African Americans and Hispanic Americans On Popular Culture and Religious Expression. Benjamin joined the Andover Newton faculty in 2000.
INTE 702S: “So That You May Know The Truth”: The Vocation of Theological Research and Writing
THEO 611 (02)F: Systematic Theology I
THEO 611F (02): Systematic Theology I
THEO 614 (02)S: Systematic Theology II
THEO 738S: The Flesh Made Word/Discourse: A Survey of Christology
THEO/JUST 772F: Faith and Justice: Liberation Theologies in the United States