Saving Work: Feminist Practices of Theological Education

Citation: 
Chopp, Rebecca S. Saving Work: Feminist Practices of Theological Education. Louisville, KY: Westminster/John Knox Press, 1995.
Abstract: 

Chopp focuses on the concrete practices of feminism among women (and some men) within theological education in the past twenty years, and brings these practices into critical dialogue with the formal, ideational research and theories of Farley and Kelsey. She argues that feminist practices provide resources for new forms of knowing and understandings of theological education, especially in reconceiving the latter as a process of education in imagination, dialogue and justice (as it is also an insemination of ideas from the past). (KA)

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