Britain & Ireland School of Feminist Theology
BISFT
Sophia Research Fund
Summer School 2016
Feminist Theology - The Journal of BISFT

Executive Editors: Lisa Isherwood,  Janet Wootton,  Beverley Clack,  Lillalou Hughes

Editorial Board: Rosemary Radford Ruether (USA): Mary Condren (IRE); Anne Louise Eriksson (SWE);  Mary Grey (UK);
Maaike de Haardt (NED); Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza (USA); Carol Christ (GRE)
The journal was first published in 1992 and has gone from strength to strength; circulation is world wide and the readership is ever increasing.

The journal Feminist Theology aims to engage a wide readership of women and men, of all ages and walks of life, who seek to discover and share in Feminist Theology in all its various forms.  The editors start from the understanding that Feminist Theology is a theology of liberation.

- to provide a space for women to discuss religion and spirituality
- to empower women who feel marginalized within their religious tradition
- to provide a forum for lively academic exchange
- to include poetry, liturgy, reflective and experiential writing
- to encourage writers and artists in these areas to value their work and to contribute
- to name and challenge those things which are oppressive to women
- to engage the establishment in debate

The editors intend Feminist Theology to reflect its founding principles of experience, mutuality, creativity, respect, joy, nurture, accessible scholarship and ‘hearing women to speech’.
We invite all readers to respond to any of the material included in the journal.

Subscription
Feminist Theology (ISSN: 0966-7350 print; 1745-5189 online) is published three times a year, in January, May and September by SAGE (Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, Singapore and Washington DC).

Annual subscription (2010, 3 issues):Individual rate (print only) £56, combined institutional rate (print and electronic) £303 and Non-university affiliated theological colleges and seminaries rate £212.
Electronic only and print subscriptions are available for institutions at a discounted rate.  Note VAT may be applicable at the appropriate local rate.

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