Special Issue "Feminism from the Perspective of Catholic Theology"
A special issue of Religions (ISSN 2077-1444).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2019) | Viewed by 21920
The purpose of this issue is to look at Feminism as an intellectual tradition, to obtain a macro level picture of the essential ‘hallmarks’ of feminist theory as well as a detailed analysis of the various different branches and divisions within the Feminist tradition. Different Catholic scholars will then examine these various ‘hallmarks’, ‘branches’ and ‘divisions’ from the perspective of Catholic theology. The contributions of the female Doctors of the Church will also be presented.
Prof. Dr. Tracey Rowland
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- Feminism as a Tradition
- Sub-divisions within Feminism
- social constructivism
- ontology of the feminine
- feminist hermeneutics
- magisterial responses to feminism
- women in theology
- the female Doctors of the Church