Beverly Harrison has long fought for women and others at the margins, challenging the subjugating ways in which women's intellectual contributions, their gifts of ministerial leadership, and their reproductive capacity and sexual identity have been defined. This collection of essays and lectures, presented over the course of her career, demonstrates the progression of Harrison's contribution to the field of Christian ethics and the evolution of her thought in response to changing social realities.
Theological Studies (??) "[A]n excellent introductory text in feminsit ethics." --Christine E. Gudorf, Florida International University
WATERwheel (Vol. 17, No. 3, 2004-5)
Catholic New Times (December 18, 2005)