Latino/a theological perspectives include the theologies of latinos and latinas. This is a diverse group including theologians, biblical scholars, clergy, and more. It mostly includes latinos and latinas within the United States, but can sometimes expand to include those in other Latin countries across the world. It is also ecumenical. Resources published primarily in English are located on this tab. Switch to the Spanish/Español tab to see a list of resources published in Spanish.
Subject Headings and Keywords
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What's in the Stacks
Many books on latino/a theological perspectives may be found by browsing the following call numbers: General resources in our collection include:
Periodicals and eResources
There are a few periodicals dedicated to publishing latino/a theological perspectives:
  •  Journal of Hispanic/Latino Theology, published by the Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians of the United States (ACHTUS). Print issues 1993-2003 are available at the library; electronic issues through the present are available on the JHLT website.
  •  Apuntes, published by the Mexican American Program at Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University. Print issues 1981-2019 are available at the library; full text with a one-year delay is available to LTS users from the Atla Religion Database with AtlaSerials PLUS .