You Say You Want a Revolution?

1968-2018 in Theological Perspective

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Susie Paulik Babka, Elena Procario-Foley, Sandra Yocum
Annual Publication of the College Theology Society
  • Maryknoll, NY: 
    Orbis Books
    , May
     256 pages.
     For other formats: Link to Publisher's Website.


Beginning with the social, political, and cultural upheavals of 1968, this volume focuses on the theme of revolution in areas such as race, gender, and the environment. Based on presentations given at the 2018 CTS conference, the book's highlights include essays from plenary speakers Willie James Jennings, Julie Hanlon Rubio, and Christopher Pramuk.

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s): 

Susie Paulik Babka is associate professor of theology and religious studies at the University of San Diego and the author of Through the Dark Field: The Incarnation through an Aesthetics of Vulnerability.

Elena Procario-Foley is Brother John G. Driscoll Professor of Jewish-Catholic Studies at Iona College in New Rochelle, NY. She is co-editor of Frontiers in Catholic Feminist Theology: Shoulder to Shoulder.

Sandra Yocum is university professor of faith and culture at the University of Dayton and author of Joining the Revolution in Theology: The College Theology Society, 1954-2004 


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