restricted access   Volume 33, Number 1, Spring 2017

Table of Contents

Editors’ Introduction

pp. 1-4

Letter to the Editors

pp. 5-8


Yahweh as Maternal Vampire in Second Isaiah: Reading from Violence to Fluid Possibility with Luce Irigaray

pp. 9-25

Toward a Muslima Theology: Theological, Constructive, and Comparative Possibilities

pp. 27-44

“She Sacrificed Herself as the Priest”: Early Christian Female and Male Co-Priests

pp. 45-67

“And I Find a Wife More Bitter Than Death” (Eccl 7: 26): Feminist Hermeneutics, Women’s Midrashim, and the Boundaries of Acceptance in Modern Orthodox Judaism

pp. 69-86

Special Section: Women in American Catholic Theology Fifty Years after Vatican II


pp. 87-89

Who are the “Begats”?: Or Women Theologians Shaping Women Theologians

pp. 91-106

No Mere Spirituality: Recovering a Tradition of Women Theologians

pp. 107-117

Mentoring (In)Hospitable Places

pp. 119-125

Ghosts in the Office: The Ecclesiological and Soteriological Implications of Stereotype Threat among Women in Catholic Theology

pp. 127-135

Across Generations

Interview with Carol P. Christ

pp. 137-152

In a Different Voice

Violet, and: Horse

pp. 153-155

The Other Eve

pp. 156-157

A Plan for the Beginning

p. 161

Short Takes: Cultivating an Intersectional Framework for Teaching about Rape Culture

Cultivating an Intersectional Framework for Teaching about Rape Culture

p. 163

On the “Ordinary” Inclusion of Rape in the Teaching of the Hebrew Bible

pp. 164-166

Cultural Theory, Popular Culture, and the Biblical Studies Classroom

pp. 167-168

The Value of Historicizing Sexual Violence

pp. 169-171

Victims, Criminals, Classrooms

pp. 172-174

Critiquing the Discourse of Consent

pp. 175-176

Teaching the Cause of Rape Culture: Toxic Masculinity

pp. 177-179

Intersectionality, Education, and Advocacy against Sexual Violence

pp. 180-182

Across Generations

Interview with Mary E. Hunt

pp. 183-196