Editors work collaboratively to maintain the Forum, support contributors and authors, and manage the FiR contributions.

Kate Ott, FiR Editor

Grace Ji-Sun Kim, FiR Editor

Midori Hartman, FiR Submissions Editor

Contributors are permanent blog writers. They contribute posts on a regular basis.

Mary Hunt

Nami Kim

Joseph Marchal

Stephanie May

Susanne Scholz

Emilie Townes

Deborah Whitehead

Feminism in Religion, (FiR is a blog persona) under which general information such as conferences, new books, job announcements, and so on are posted. If you would like to submit material for posting to FIR, email fir(at)


Authors are regularly invited to contribute to the Feminism in Religion Forum. Past and present authors are noted below.

Xochitl Alvizo, Co-editor of Feminism and Religion blog

Bernadette J. Brooten, Robert and Myra Kraft and Jacob Hiatt Professor of Christian Studies, Brandeis University

Molly Bolton, Artist and Writer, Wake Forest School of Divinity

Keri Day, Assistant Professor of Theological and Social Ethics & Director of Black Church Studies at Brite Divinity School in Fort Worth, Texas

Mark Douglas, Professor of Christian Ethics, Columbia Theological Seminary

Jennifer Harvey, Associate Professor of Religion, Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa

Elizabeth Hinson-Hasty, Associate Professor of Theology at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky

W. Anne Joh, Associate Professor of Theology, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary; Affiliate Faculty, Northwestern University (Asian American Studies Program)

Erin Keys,  Associate Minister for Congregational Life, First Presbyterian Church Greenwich, Connecticut

Luciano Kovacs, World Student Christian Federation, North America

Gina Messina-Dysert, Co-editor and founder of Feminism and Religion blog.

Katey Zeh, Project Director of the Healthy Families, Healthy Planet initiative of the United Methodist General Board of Church and Society 


*Each of the contributors and authors retain their own copyright for their written work. Readers are encouraged to copy, reference or quote from blog postings, so long as author or website attribution and links to original postings are noted.