Obituary Dr. iris müller
Dr. Mueller was a pioneer in Catholic women's efforts to develop
theologies and ministries that are inclusive and effective. She
was part of the Roman Catholic Women Priests Movement, ordained
in 2002. She and her companion Ida Raming are models of women's
faithful commitment to ministry, to one another, and to the
creation of a better world despite multiple obstacles.
Dr. Mueller known as one of the "Grandmothers" of the Women Priests Movement died on January 30, 2011. May she rest in peace.
Obituary Dr. Mary Daly
Mary Daly, a doctor of theology and philosophy, a pioneer of radical feminism and feminist theology with her The Church and the Second Sex (1968) has died at age 81 after two years of illness.Obituary by Dr. Teresa Forcades i Vila
Obituary Professor Marcella Maria Althaus Reid
lost an original voice on Friday, 20th February 2009, when Professor
Marcella Althaus-Reid died at Marie Curie Hospice in Edinburgh,
Marcella was Argentinean by birth with a deep commitment to liberation theology. She studied at ISEDET, the Protestant theological faculty in Buenos Aires, and received her doctorate at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. She held the Chair of Contextual Theology in the School of Divinity, at the University of Edinburgh. In addition she worked with deprived communities in both Argentina and Scotland. She insisted that issues of body and sexuality need to be interwoven with other liberation concerns. Feminist and queer commitments informed her unique and important work. She was the author of the widely acclaimed Indecent Theology and The Queer God.
Obituary by Prof Lisa Isherwood, ESWTR Vice President
Obituary Professor Kune Biezeveld
professor of Female Theological Research at Leiden University
and a longstanding member of the European Society of Women in Theological
Research (ESWTR), died on 7 September 2008 after battling a long illness. She
passed away in her home, surrounded by her family.
Obituary by Prof Angela Berlis, ESWTR President
Obituary Professor Anne JensenWe are mourning the loss of Anne Jensen, who died on 13 August 2008 following a long illness that she could no longer fight. Anne was a gifted gender researcher of the first generation who had a defining influence on the paths of many young people, in particular women, through her teaching and publications.
Obituary by Prof Irmtraud Fischer
Obituary Dr. Kornélia Buday
On 21 July 2008 Dr. Kornélia Buday (b. 1971) died following a haemorrhage in the brain. Only a couple of weeks before, on 5 July, she had given birth to her son Buday Soma Vendel. Kornélia Buday’s death put an abrupt end to the life of a promising theologian and scholar of religion who promoted Feminist Theology in her own country and did much to improve links between East and West.