Throughout the study of trauma theology runs a lineage that is deeply feminist. As traumatic experience is being more frequently acknowledged in public, this book seeks to articulate an explicit understanding of feminist trauma theology for the first time.
Bringing together scholars from a range of disciplines, this book explores the relationship between trauma and feminist theologies, highlighting methodological, theological, and practical similarities between the two. The #MeToo and #ChurchToo movements, sexual abuse scandals, gender based violence, pregnancy loss, and the oppression of women in Church spaces are all featured as important topics.
With contributions from a diverse team of scholars, this book is an essential resource for all thinkers and practitioners who are trying to navigate the current conversations around theology, suffering, and feminism.
With a foreword by Shelly Rambo, author of Resurrecting Wounds
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About the Author
Karen O'Donnell is the Coordinator for the Centre for Contemporary Spirituality at Sarum College. A feminist, ecumenical, practical theologian, her interdisciplinary research interests span theology, spirituality, and pedagogy. She is the author of Broken Bodies, which is focused on the intersection of body and memory in Christian tradition, drawing on sacramental and practical theologies.
Katie Cross is Christ's College Teaching Fellow in Practical Theology at the University of Aberdeen. She is the author of The Sunday Assembly and Theologies of Suffering (forthcoming)