By Mary E. Hunt.
Katie Geneva Cannon arrived on the theological scene before there was one. The field was relatively staid—lots of tweed jackets with elbow patches, pipes, beards, dry lectures, and old-school ties. She and our entire cohort of women in religious studies who came of age together in the 1970s and 1980s changed all that. Her legacy is multivalent—scholarship, style, spirituality, and solidarity. The theological scene, indeed the world, is different and better because of her.
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