Dr. Karen Trimble Alliaume

Professor, Chair, Theology, Co-Director of Women’s Studies

Feminist and other liberation theologies of the United States and the developing world, systematic and constructive Christian theology, Catholic moral theology and Christian ethics, and interdisciplinary work in literature, feminist theory, and women’s studies

Ph.D., Duke University, 1999
Graduate Certificate, Duke University, 1994
B.A., Loyola College- Baltimore, 1987

Appointed to Catholic Theological Society of America LaCugna Award Committee (three-year term), Fall 2011

“Disturbingly Catholic: Thinking the Inordinate Body” appeared in Susan M. St. Ville and Ellen Armour, eds., Bodily Citations: Religion and Judith Butler, from Columbia University Press in 2006

“Redeeming Sex: Religious and Feminist Rhetoric’s of Sexual Liberation and Virtuous Citizenship” at annual meeting of American Academy of Religion, November 2008

“Bodies in Motion: Theologizing the Body in Feminist, Catholic, and Cultural Contexts” at Wellesley College, November 2008

“Hooked on a Feeling? Romance, Sexual Pleasure, and the Theology of the Body” in Women’s Studies in Religion Program 2008-2009 at Harvard Divinity School, March 2009

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