13 July 2022 Newest Additions

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


Karen O’Donnell. Feminist Theologian. Wescott House at Cambridge.

Emily Gathergood. Doctoral Research Fellow at University of Nottingham.

Primary Sources:

Dasios, Maria. "Revealing from Above What is Hidden Below: Macrina's Seal and Gregory's Hermeneutics of Optimism." JECS 30 (2022): 31–58.

Watson, Joann Ford. Selected Spiritual Writings of Anne Dutton: Eighteenth-Century, British-Baptist, Woman Theologian. 7 volumes. Macon, GA: Mercer UP, 2015.

O’Donnell, Karen. Broken Bodies: The Eucharist, Mary and the Body in Trauma Theology. London: SCM, 2019.

O’Donnell, Karen. “The Theologian as Dreamer: On Theological Imagination and Human Enhancement.”Theology 124 (2021): 341–48.

O’Donnell, Karen. “Women and the Eucharist: Reflections on Private Eucharists in the Early Church.” Feminist Theology 27 (2019): 164–75.

Behind the Scenes:
 21 scholars and 104 sources have been added to Phase Two of the Women and Theology Research Database Project. Phase Two will focus on adding women biblical interpreters. It is on track to launch in early 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.

July 13, 2022 | Amanda Hackney