Do It and Name It: Feminist Theology and Peace Building in Bosnia and Herzegovina

@article{Spahiiljak2013DoIA,
  title={Do It and Name It: Feminist Theology and Peace Building in Bosnia and Herzegovina},
  author={Zilka Spahi{\'c}-{\vS}iljak},
  journal={Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion},
  year={2013},
  volume={29},
  pages={176 - 184}
}
Feminist theology is a new phenomenon in the Balkans, and only a few women, more precisely, only a few female Catholic theologians and writers, discussed this topic in the former Yugoslavia.1 It was important work in the post–Vatican Council period as it shed light on the role of women in family, church, and society, though no larger, systemic scholarly work or initiatives in faith communities and churches by feminist theologians existed. Even today, the majority of women and men in the Balkans… 
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