Women's Work and Women's Studies 1971 Questionnaire, Mary Daly, 1972, page 8

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          PROGRAM FOR WORKING GROUP ON WOMEN AND RELIGION

American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting
September 1-5, 1972, Los Angeles, California

I. Margaret Earley, Alverno College, Presiding
Theme: THE WOMEN'S REVOLUTION AND THEOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT

Theology after the Demise of God the Father
Mary Daly, Boston College
The Use of Feminine Imagery in a Theological Model of the Trinity
Patricia Wilson, University of Iowa
Women in Theology or a Theology for Women?
Elizabeth Schussler Fiorenza, University of Notre Dame

II. Mary Daly, Boston College, Presiding
Theme: TRANSVALUATION OF VALUES

Beyond Male Morality
Janice Raymond, Andover Newton-Boston College
Reflections on the Ethical Implication of Women's Liberation
Penelope Washbourne, The College of Wooster
Abortion Reconstrued
Jean MacRae, Harvard University
Changing Values in Assessment of Leadership Roles of Women in Nineteenth
Century American Religion
Gayle Kimball, University of California at Santa Barbara

III Christine Downing, Rutgers University, Presiding
Theme: MYTH AND SEXUAL STEREOTYPES

St. Augustine's Penis: Sources of Misogynism in Christian Theology and
Prospects For Liberation Today
Rosemary Radford Ruether, Howard University
Woman: Seductive Siren and Source of Sin? Pseudepigraphal Myth
and Christian Origins
Bernard P. Prusak, Villanova University
Phallic Worship: The Ultimate Idolatry
Elizabeth Farians, Boston Theological Institute
The Daughters of Mara: The Image of Woman in Ancient Buddhism
Nancy Falk, Western Michigan University

IV Rosemary Radford Ruether, Howard University, Presiding
Theme: NEW VIEWS OF HISTORY

Is Anti-Feminism a Sign of the Decadence of Religion?
Leonard Swidler, Temple University
The Women's Revolution and “Paul”
Winsome Munro, Union Theological Seminary
St. Paul and the Women's Liberation Movement
M. Kathleen Lane, Marylhurst College
Women, Women, and the Bible: Resources For Study and Teaching
Martha M. Wilson, Duke University
Methodological Remarks on the Study of Women in Religion: Review,
Criticism, and Redefinition
Rita Gross Leposky, New College