J. Kameron Carter
Professor J. Kameron Carter teaches courses in both theology and black church studies at Duke University Divinity School. His academic interests range from systematic theology and theological exegesis to philosophy, literature, and cultural studies. He has a book forthcoming from Oxford University Press titled Race: A Theological Account, in which he considers the modern construction of race as a theological problem.
Professor Carter is at work on a two-volume dogmatic Christology, the first volume, the prolegomena, will present a Christian theology of Israel and has the working title ?Israel: A Preface to Any Future Christology.?
He has a chocolate puppy Labrador Retriever named Langston (after the poet Langston Hughes), who likes to sit by his feet while he reads and writes.