Bibliography (Cyclopedia of World Authors, Fourth Revised Edition)
Durham, Paula Hope. “Patriarchy and Self-Hate.” Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion 13, no. 1 (1997): 119-130. Compares and contrasts Daly’s analysis of patriarchy with Karen Horney’s psychological theories about self-hate.
Feminist Theology 24 (May, 2000). The entire issue of this journal is given over to essays on Daly’s theology concerning radical and lesbian feminism.
Griffin, Cindy L. “Women as Communicators: Mary Daly’s Hagography as Rhetoric.” Communication Monographs 60, no. 2 (1993): 158-177. Examines Mary Daly’s theory of women as communicators in the context of rhetoric theory.
Henking, Susan E. “The Personal Is the Theological: Auto-biographical Acts in Contemporary Feminist Theology.” The Journal of the American Academy of Religion 59, no. 3 (1991): 511. The relationship between Daly’s personal experience and her scholarship prior to the publication of Outercourse is nicely analyzed.
Hoagland, Sarah Lucia, and Marilyn Frye, eds. Feminist Interpretations of Mary Daly. University Park: State University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000. A collection of essays assessing Daly’s contributions to feminist thought and suggesting further areas in which her theories can be used for research.
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