Graduate Theological Union

Gabriella Lettini

Gabriella LettiniStarr King School for the Ministry
Aurelia Henry Reinhardt Professor of Theological Ethics
Director of Studies in Public Ministry
Academic Dean

At GTU since 2005

Ph.D., Union Theological Seminary in New York, 2004
M.Div. Waldensian Theological Seminary, Rome, Italy, 1995

Phone: 510/549-4714
E-mail: glettini@sksm.edu

Current Research and Teaching Interests

  • Moral injury and war
  • Liberation, Feminist, Womanist, Mujerista, Queer Theologies and Ethics
  • Racial and Economic Justice, Poverty Scholarship, Grassroots Truth Commissions, Spirituality and Social Justice, Spiritual and Physical Sustainability in Justice Work
  • Transformative Scholarship and Pedagogies, Activism as a Form of Embodied Scholarship, Multi-religious Education and Interfaith Transformative Leadership, Community Organizing
  • Arts and Religion, Ethical Imagination, Film and Religion, Arts and Social Change
  • Religious traditions and the construction, demonization or embrace of the “other”

Selected Publications

  • Soul Repair: Recovering from Moral Injury After War (with Rita Nakashima Brock), Beacon Press, November 2012.
  • Dizionario di teologia femminista, Torino: Claudiana Editrice, 2010; Italian updated and curated edition of  Dictionary of Feminist Theologies, Letty M. Russell and J. Shannon Clarkson, eds., John Knox Press, 1996.
  • “Martin Luther King e il dialogo intrareligioso,” in Il sogno e la storia: L’attualita’ di Martin Luther King, Paolo Naso, ed., Torino: Claudiana Editrice, 2008.
  • “Coming Out as a Hybrid: Pain and Potentiality,” in The End of Liberation? Liberation in the End! Feminist Theory, Feminist Theology and their Political Implications, Peeters, 2002.
  • “Commitment to Otherness and Diversity,” Union Seminary Quarterly Review, 2004.
  • “Hic Sunt Leones? Syncretism within the Ecumenical Movement,” in Women, Ritual and Liturgy, Peeters, 2001.
  • Omosessualita’, Claudiana Editrice, 1999.

 

 

 

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