Rev. Dr. Danjuma Gibson, Ph.D. is a professor of pastoral care at Calvin Theological Seminary, and is in private practice as a psychotherapist in Grand Rapids, MI. His most recent book—Frederick Douglass, A Psychobiography: Rethinking Subjectivity in the Western Experiment of Democracy(2018)—is an investigation into the formation of Douglass’ psychological and religious identity in the context of trauma and the American slavocracy. In addition psychological trauma, Dr. Gibson’s current research includes exploring the intersection of black religious experience, psychoanalytic discourse, and socioeconomic influences. Dr. Gibson earned his Bachelor of Arts from Morehouse College, Master of Business Administration from DePaul University, Master of Arts in Urban Ministry and Master of Christian Studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and Doctor of Philosophy from Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary. He holds memberships in the American Academy of Religion, The Society of Pastoral Theology, and the Society for the Study of Black Religion.