03 May 2023 Newest Additions

The database continues to grow and expand. Here are a few of the newest entries in the database.


Jenny-Lyn de Klerk

Elizabeth Dreyer

Grace Jantzen

Dorothy Bass

Susan Hedahl

Primary Sources:

Thompson, Deanna. Glimpsing Resurrection: Cancer, Trauma, and Ministry. Louisville, KY: WJK, 2018.

Tanner, Kathryn. "Theology and Cultural Contest in the University," in Religious Studies, Theology, and the University: Conflicting Maps, Changing Terrain, ed. Linell E. Cady and Delwin Brown, 199-212. Albany: SUNY, 2022.

Coakley, Sarah. "Deepening Practices: Perspectives from Ascetical and Mystical Theology," in Practicing Theology: Beliefs and Practices in Christian Life, ed. Miroslav Volf and Dorothy Bass, 78-93. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2002.

Schroeder, Joy A. “Did Sixteenth-Century Lutheran Women Have a Reformation?” Currents in Theology and Mission 46 (2019): 9–20.

Secondary Sources:

Dreyer, Elizabeth. Accidental Theologians: Four Women Who Shaped Christianity. Cincinnati: Franciscan Media, 2014.

Busfield, Lucy. “Women, Men and Christ Crucified.” Reformation & Renaissance Review: Journal of the Society for Reformation Studies 15 (2013): 217–36.

Schroeder, Joy A. “Marguerite of Navarre Breaks Silence about Sixteenth-Century Clergy Sexual Violence.” Lutheran Quarterly 7 (1993): 171–90.

Behind the Scenes:

Phase Two of the database will focus on adding women biblical interpreters. It is on track to launch May 2023. Stay tuned!

Help Us Grow the Library:

Do you have a source or theologian that we should add to the database? You can submit an entry for consideration here.

May 2, 2023 | Amanda Hackney