Postcolonial Imagination and Feminist Theology explores how postcolonial theory can challenge and transform the field of theology with specific reference to feminist theology. The author, a Chinese Christian woman, asks why Chinese Christian women, such as her own ancestots, became Christians over a century ago. How did these women perceive what happened to them as they came Christian? In the first part of this book, Kwok Pui-lan explains her methodological basis for postcolonial theory, sets out different modes of postcolonial imagination and applies this to a feminist interpretation of theology. In the second part of the book the author articulates the vision of postcolonial feminist theology and engages in the debate on the gender of Christ, religious pluralism, globalisation and eco-feminism. Kwok Pui-lan is William F. Cole Professor of Christian Theology and Spirituality at Episcopal Divinity School, Cambridge, MA, USA.