David C. Chao is Postdoctoral Fellow in Asian American Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary. He has degrees from Yale University (BA), Regent College (MDiv), and Princeton Theological Seminary (ThM, PhD). He teaches Asian and Asian American theologies with special attention to the problems of colonialism and race. He is a member of the American Academy of Religion and the Association of Asian American Studies. His research and writing focus on Asian American theology, the uses of Christian doctrine for liberation, the theology of Karl Barth, and the convergence and divergence of Protestant and Catholic dogmatics. He is a member of the Presbyterian Church (USA).
- “East Asian Theology” in T&T Clark Handbook of Modern Theology. London: T&T Clark. (Under contract)
- “Marginality, Race, and Power in Asian American Theology: Describing Racial Domination” (Under review)
- Concursus and Concept Use in Karl Barth's Doctrine of Providence: Nature, Grace, and Norms. New York: Routledge. (Under contract)
- “Barth on Creation.” In The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Karl Barth, edited by George Hunsinger and Keith L. Johnson. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2020.
- Grant Co-Author and Project Co-Manager, “The Lectures and Essays of Karl Barth, 1905-1921,” National Endowment for the Humanities, Scholarly Editions and Translations Grant, Princeton Theological Seminary, 2019-2021, $300,000.