Field of Study: New Testament
Contact Info: [email protected]
ThM: Vanderbilt University
MTS: Vanderbilt University
BA: American Baptist College
Adulin Prophete is a Ph.D. student majoring in Biblical studies at Union Theological Seminary in the city of New York, a multilingual and multicultural person with a multidisciplinary background in theology and the Bible, environmental justice, climate change, inter-religious engagement, and international affairs. His current research interest focuses on the New Testament most specifically the letters of Paul. He is researching how Paul addresses the questions of socioeconomic and political issues that pervade the early Christian world in the first century. He is interested in utilizing post-colonial theory as a method to do biblical interpretation to address similar contemporary issues in an Afro-Caribbean context.
Prior to Union, He went to Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN where he received his Master of Theology (ThM) and Master of Theological Studies (MTS). He also studied Interreligious Engagement at the Ecumenical Institute at Bossey, Geneva, Switzerland. He has a background in environmental studies and international relations as he studied both respectively in the United States and Haiti.
Liberation theology, the Bible and Afro-Caribbean nations, African diasporic peoples, Black radical social and political movements, transnational connections between circum-Caribbean and African cultures, colonialism in the Caribbean, Postcolonial theory, imperial critical theory religion, migration and climate justice.