- Ph.D. in Theology, Fordham University, Bronx, New York
- M.A. in Theology,Washington Theological Union, Washington, District of Columbia
- B.A. in English and German, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland
- “The Sacramentality of Inter-Religious Friendship,” in Friendship Across Religions: Interfaith Perspectives, ed. Alon Goshen-Gottstein, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, forthcoming in 2015.
- “Teaching World Religions Without Teaching ‘World Religions,'” co-authored with Reid Locklin and Tracey Tiemeier, Teaching Theology and Religion, forthcoming in April 2012.
- “Formation(s) of the Mystical-Political in the Age of Globalization: Suffering as Agentive Choice in Dorothee Soelle and Talal Asad,” in Religion, Economics, and Culture in Conflict and Conversation (Annual Volume of the College Theology Society), Orbis Press, 2011.
- “Feminism and Inter-religious dialogue in the New Political Theology,” Horizons, 34 (Fall 2007).
- “Not in Vain: Metz’s Memory of Suffering and the Problem of Violence Against Women,” In Missing God: Cultural Amnesia and Political Theology, ed. John K. Downey, Jürgen Manemann, and Steven Ostovich, Lit Verlag, 2006.
- “Forgiveness and Violence Against Women,” Jnanadeepa: Pune Journal of Religious Studies 6:1 (January 2003).
- “Violence, Trauma, and Resistance: A Feminist Appraisal of Metz’s Mysticism of Suffering unto God,” Horizons 29 (Spring 2002).
Christianity in Dialogue
Comparative Monotheism: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Women and Religion
Shaping Lives: Women and Gender
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- Inter-religious dialogue
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