restricted access   Volume 33, Number 2, Fall 2017

Table of Contents

Editors' Introduction

pp. 1-4


Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza New Scholar Award First Place Winner

Scenting Saintliness: The Ailing Body, Chicana Feminism, and Communal Identity in Ancient Christianity

pp. 5-20

Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza New Scholar Award Second Place Winner

The Recovery of Paul's Female Colleagues in Nineteenth-century Feminist Biblical Interpretation

pp. 21-36

Decentering Paul, Contextualizing Crimes: Reading in Light of the Imprisoned

pp. 37-54

Biblical Bathing Beauties And The Manipulation Of The Male Gaze: What Judith Can Tell Us about Bathsheba and Susanna

pp. 55-72

Ecclesia Reconsidered: Two Premodern Encounters with the Feminine Church

pp. 73-91

Special Section: Goddess and God in the World: An Embodied Theological Conversation


pp. 93-95

Two Views of Divinity in the World: Conversations in Embodied Theology

pp. 97-103

Speak Like Christ, Adorn Like Plaskow: Embodied Theologies

pp. 105-109

Grammars of the Imagination: Reflections on Jewish Goddess, Disability Ethics, and Theological Particularity

pp. 111-116

Weaving and Dancing Embodied Theology

pp. 117-121

Cosmic Catholicism In Embodied Conversation

pp. 123-126

Across Generations

Interview with Jan Willis

pp. 127-137

Roundtable: Climate Change Is a Feminist Issue

At the Last Well on Earth: Climate Change Is a Feminist Issue

pp. 139-151

Toward a Feminist Care Ethic for Climate Change

pp. 152-158

Reshaping the Ear: Honorable Listening and Study of Ecowomanist and Ecofeminist Scholarship for Feminist Discourse

pp. 158-162

Immersing in Climate Change

pp. 162-167

The Enlightened West and the Origins of Climate Change

pp. 167-170

Learning from Esther at the Last Well on Earth

pp. 170-175

In a Different Voice

She Is

pp. 177-178