Feminist Theology


Sacramental Sights Through Women's Eyes: Spying in a Promised Land By Teresa Berger in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 2012

“Queering The Pitch:” Sacramental Challenges to Catholic Feminist Theology By Susan Abraham in Proceedings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, 2012

The Challenges of Opening a Dialogue Between Catholic and Secular Feminist Legal Theorists By Susan J. Stabile in Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2009

The Work of Daphne Hampson: The God Talk of One Feminist Theologian By Maretha M. Jacobs, Department of New Testament, University of South Africa, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2007

Searching for an Overlapping Consensus: A Secular Care Ethics Feminist Responds to Religious Feminists By Eva Feder Kittay in University of St. Thomas Law Journal, 2007

Feminist Theology and Educating People for Others By Tim Wadkins in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 2006

A Challenge to Change: Developments in Feminist Theology and Feminist Christology By Riet Bons-Storm in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2005

Life, and More Life: An Introduction to African Women's Theology By Susan Hall in The Other Journal, 2005

Feminist Mariologies: Heteronomy/Subordination and the Scandal of Christology By Kilian McDonnell in Theological Studies, September 2005

In Fear and Great Joy: Forty Years of Feminist Biblical Scholarship By Elaine Wainwright RSM in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2005

Hans urs von Balthasar and Contemporary Feminist Theology By Michelle Gonzalez in Theological Studies, September 2004

Toward a Cosmology of Continual Creation: From Ecofeminism to Feminine Ecology and Umbilical Ties By Irene Diamond in Cross Currents, Summer 2004

Challenges to the Role of Theological Anthropology in Feminist Theologies By Donna Teevan in Theological Studies, Sept, 2003

The Problem of Anti-Judaism in Christian Feminist Biblical Interpretation: Some Pragmatic Suggestions By Sarah J. Meicher in Cross Currents, Spring 2003

Teaching Feminist Theology to College Students: The Influence of Rosemary Radford Ruether By Susan A. Ross in Cross Currents, Spring 2003

Female Visibility through Korean Literature: Feminist Theological Critique By Eun Ok Jeong & Yolanda Dreyer, Department of Practical Theology, University of Pretoria, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2003

Gender and Theology in Africa Today By Mercy Amba Oduyoye of the Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians, 2003

An Interview with Jane D. Schaberg, Feminist Biblical Scholar By Stephanie Y. Mitchem in Cross Currents, Spring, 2002

A Legacy of Inclusion: An Interview with Rosemary Radford Ruether By Rosalind Hinton in Cross Currents, Spring 2002

Feminist Torah Exegesis By Rabbi Nancy Fuchs-Kreimer, Director of Religious Studies at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in Wyncote, Pennsylvania, 2002

Feminist Theological Methodology: Toward a Kaleidoscopic Model By Gloria L. Schaab, SSJ, in Theological Studies, June, 2001

What Becomes of the Colored Girl? Black Women, Autobiography and Womanist Theology By Audrey Kerr in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, Summer 2000

Feminist Theology in Conversation By Kathleen Coyle, S.S.C. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 1999

Spiritual Geography: Perspectives of Feminist Theologians By Susan M. Simonaitis, Liora Gubkin, Jennifer Betlinda Thompson, Ellen T. Armour, Phyllis H. Kaminski, Mary McClintock Fulkerson, Liz Nutting and Rachel Adler in Cross Currents, Summer 1998

Reclaiming Women's Experience: A Reading of Selected Christian Feminist Theologies By Marian Ronan in Cross Currents, Summer 1998

The Risks of Repeating Ourselves: Reading Feminist/Womanist Figures of Jesus By Karen Trimble Alliaume in Cross Currents, Summer 1998

Womanist Theology, Epistemology, and a New Anthropological Paradigm By Linda E. Thomas in Cross Currents, Winter 1998

Feminist Theology and Jewish-Christian Dialogue By Marianne Grohmann, 1998

Feminist Theology: Rosemary Radford Ruether/Sallie McFague By Rolf Bouma, 1997

The Missing Voice: African Women Doing Theology By Nyambura J. Njoroge in Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, November 1997

Forward from the Margins: Feminist Theology for Life By Denise M. Ackermann, Faculty of Religion and Theology, University of the Western Cape, in Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 1997

Feminist Theology: A Review of Literature By Mary Catherine Hilkert in Theological Studies, June 1995

Feminst Theology: A Review of the Literature By Susan A. Ross in Theological Studies, June 1995

God Doesn't Need Transcendence, We Do By Rosemary Radford Ruether in National Catholic Reporter, Dec 17, 1993

The Bible and Liberation: Friend or Foe? Some Issues in Feminist and Liberation Theology By Catherine Ogle in The Way, 1991

Catholic Social Thought Encounters Feminism By Maria Riley in The Way, 1991

The Bible and Liberation: Friend or Foe? Some Issues in Feminist and Liberation Theology By Catherine Ogle in The Way, 1991

Reclaiming Mary: A Task for Feminist Theology By Mary Grey in The Way, 1989

Turning Points in Feminist Theology By Lyman T. Lundeen in Word & World, 1988

Feminism in Different Voices: Resources for the Church By Marcia Bunge, Luther Northwestern Theological Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota, in Word & World, 1988

Given Feminism, Does Theology Need a New Starting Point? By Karen L. Bloomquist, Commission for Church in Society, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Chicago, Illinois, in Word & World, 1988

Feminist Liberation Theology by Denise Ackermann in Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 1988

Feminist Critique and Re-visioning of God-Language By Rosemary Radford-Ruether in The Way, 1987

Feminist Approaches to Theology I By Regina Bechtle in The Way, 1987

Re-Contextualizing Theology By Rosemary Radford Ruether in Theology Today, 1986. James Cone speaks of the 'warring ideals' that have divided African identity. The re-contextualization of theology arises in a somewhat different way for women

From Feminist Interpretation of the Bible. Editor Letty M. Russell. Westminster Press, Philadelphia, 1985. Contains:
  • Feminist Consciousness in Historical Perspective By Barbara Brown Zikmund
  • The Emergence of Black Feminist Consciousness By Katie Geneva Cannon
  • Feminist Consciousness and the Interpretation of Scripture By Margaret A. Farley
  • Feminist Interpretation: A Method of Correlation By Rosemary Radford Reuther
  • The Will to Choose or to Reject : Continuing Our Critical Work By Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza
  • Authority and the Challenge of Feminist Interpretation By Letty M. Russell

    Is a Christian Feminist Theology Possible? By Anne Carr in Theological Studies, June 1982

    Feminist Theology as a critical Theology of Liberation By Francis Schussler Fiorenza in Theological Studies, December 1975

    Toward a Renewed Anthroplogy By Mary Aquin O'Neill in Theological Studies, December 1975



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