1. Letter to the Editors
  2. Margot Badran
  3. pp. 5-8
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  1. Yahweh as Maternal Vampire in Second Isaiah: Reading from Violence to Fluid Possibility with Luce Irigaray
  2. Rhiannon Graybill
  3. pp. 9-25
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  1. Toward a Muslima Theology: Theological, Constructive, and Comparative Possibilities
  2. Jerusha Tanner Lamptey
  3. pp. 27-44
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  1. “She Sacrificed Herself as the Priest”: Early Christian Female and Male Co-Priests
  2. Ally Kateusz
  3. pp. 45-67
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  1. Who are the “Begats”?: Or Women Theologians Shaping Women Theologians
  2. Mary Ann Hinsdale
  3. pp. 91-106
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  1. No Mere Spirituality: Recovering a Tradition of Women Theologians
  2. Andrew Prevot
  3. pp. 107-117
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  1. Mentoring (In)Hospitable Places
  2. Susan Abraham
  3. pp. 119-125
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  1. Ghosts in the Office: The Ecclesiological and Soteriological Implications of Stereotype Threat among Women in Catholic Theology
  2. Jessica Coblentz
  3. pp. 127-135
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  1. Interview with Carol P. Christ
  2. Elizabeth Ursic
  3. pp. 137-152
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  1. Violet, and: Horse
  2. Rachel Blum
  3. pp. 153-155
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  1. The Other Eve
  2. Clara A. B. Joseph
  3. pp. 156-157
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  1. A Plan for the Beginning
  2. Jill Hammer
  3. p. 161
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  1. Cultivating an Intersectional Framework for Teaching about Rape Culture
  2. p. 163
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  1. On the “Ordinary” Inclusion of Rape in the Teaching of the Hebrew Bible
  2. Susanne Scholz
  3. pp. 164-166
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  1. Cultural Theory, Popular Culture, and the Biblical Studies Classroom
  2. Beatrice Lawrence
  3. pp. 167-168
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  1. The Value of Historicizing Sexual Violence
  2. Caleb Iyer Elfenbein
  3. pp. 169-171
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  1. Victims, Criminals, Classrooms
  2. Meredith Minister
  3. pp. 172-174
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  1. Critiquing the Discourse of Consent
  2. Rhiannon Graybill
  3. pp. 175-176
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  1. Teaching the Cause of Rape Culture: Toxic Masculinity
  2. Jeremy Posadas
  3. pp. 177-179
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  1. Intersectionality, Education, and Advocacy against Sexual Violence
  2. Mary A. Nyangweso
  3. pp. 180-182
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  1. Interview with Mary E. Hunt
  2. Kate Stoltzfus
  3. pp. 183-196
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  1. Editors’ Introduction
  2. pp. 1-4
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  1. Introduction
  2. Jessica Coblentz
  3. pp. 87-89
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