Mar 1, 2022

March is Women's History Month!

We invite you to celebrate by exploring books from the Wright Library collection, including works by Princeton Seminary faculty, as well as recommended research databases, links to related resources, theses, lectures and more, all gathered together in an online bibliography (link below).

Be sure to check out another of our curated bibliographies, linked in this one, compiled in memory and celebration of Rev. Dr. Katie G. Cannon, the first Black woman ordained a minister of word and sacrament in the Presbyterian Church and founder of the Center for Womanist Leadership at Union Presbyterian Seminary.

Faculty publications highlighted in the Women's History Month bibliography include (among others):

  • Addiction and Pastoral Care by Sonia E. Waters
  • African American readings of Paul : reception, resistance, and transformation by Lisa M. Bowens
  • Delighted: what teenagers are teaching the church about joy (e-book) by Kenda Creasy Dean; Wesley W. Ellis; Justin Forbes; Abigail Visco Rusert
  • Notes of a native daughter : testifying in theological education by Keri Day
  • The soul of higher education : contemplative pedagogy, research and institutional life for the twenty-first century edited by Margaret Benefiel and Bo Karen Lee
  • Sunday's Sermon for Monday's World: preaching to shape daring witness by Sally A. Brown