Rebecca A. Wilcox

PhD Student | Religion & Society

Rebecca A. Wilcox
Religion & Society

Rebecca A. Wilcox is a third year PhD student at Princeton Theological Seminary concentrating in Religion and Society. Her research engages Black religion, Hauntology, and critical Black studies to explore anti-Black antagonisms in underground economies. Wilcox received her Masters of Theological Studies from Vanderbilt University, and a BA in Religion with a minor in Philosophy from Clark Atlanta University, her most beloved HBCU. Wilcox is from the Bronx, New York where she was raised by her mother and siblings, who serve as the pulse for her commitment to critical Black thought.

Select Publications:

Distorted mirrors: Toward a clear gaze on Black suffering

“How the University De-Radicalizes Students, Professors, and Social Movements”: A Conversation With Joy James and Rebecca Wilcox

Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Special Advisor & Founding Director, IJM Institute

Bethany Hoang, Class of 2004

“The rooting of justice in our spiritual formation in Christ requires careful thought and teaching. I was equipped to lead in this way through my time at PTS.”