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Hispanic Women

Prophetic Voice in the Church

Working as both theologians and documentarians, Ada María Isasi-Díaz and Yolanda Tarango offer a unique synthesis of liberation, feminist, and Hispanic theologies as they are personified in Latina communities within the Catholic Church. Extensive interviews give new expression to the theological voice of Hispanic women—and challenge readers to discover an active religious voice within themselves. Presented in a bilingual format, Hispanic Women is ideal for students and scholars of religious and women’s studies.

143 pages | 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 | © 2005

Latin American Studies

Religion: Christianity


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Table of Contents

Preface to 2006 edition
Acknowledgments
 
Introduction
 
Chapter 1.  Hispanic Women’s Liberation Theology:
Beginnings
Síntesis del Capítulo 1
 
Chapter 2.  In Their Own Words -- Hispanic Women’s Understanding of the Divine:
Recurring Themes
Síntesis del Capítulo 2
 
Chapter 3.  Source of Hispanic Women’s Liberation Theology
Theology
Síntesis del Capítulo 3
 
Chapter 4.  Hispanic Women’s Ethical Understandings:
Recurring Themes
Síntesis del Capítulo 4
 
Chapter 5.  Methodology and Task of Hispanic Women’s Liberation Theology
Síntesis del Capítulo 5
 
Appendix
Apéndice
Notes

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