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Elaine Padilla is Assistant Professor of Constructive Theology at New York Theological Seminary. Her theological analysis interweaves current philosophical discourse with Latin American and Latino/a thought, and religious and gender studies. She is co-editor of a three-volume project with Peter C. Phan, Theology and Migration in World Christianity being published by Palgrave MacMillan. The first volume entitled Contemporary Issues of Migration and Theology is already in print. Forthcoming are: Theology of Migration in the Abrahamic Religions (2014) and Christianities in Migration: The Global Perspective (2015).