Dr. Nancy A. Dallavalle
Associate Professor of Religious Studies
o: Donnarumma Hall Rm 204
Dallavalle, Nancy A. “Sex and Gender and Sexuality: Competing Claims? A Catholic Response” in James L. Heft, SM and Una M. Cadegan, eds., In the Lógos of Love:Promise and Predicament in Catholic Intellectual Life (OUP, 2015) 124-145.
Dallavalle, Nancy A. "Liturgy, Gender, Order: Trinitarian Considerations," Liturgy 30 (2015): 50-59.
Dallavalle, Nancy A. “Gender Issues in the Light of Rahner’s Theological Perspective,” Philosophy & Theology 26 (2014) 365-382.
Dallavalle, Nancy A. “To Workers: Work and the Working Life Fifty Years After the Council,” in Anthony Ciorra andMichael W. Higgins, eds., Vatican II: A Universal Call to Holiness (Mahwah, NJ:Paulist Press, 2012) 126-149.
Dallavalle, Nancy A. "Icons and Integrity: Catholic Women in the Church and in the Public Square,” in Rosemary P.Carbine and Kathleen J. Dolphin, eds., Women, Wisdom, and Witness: Engaging Contexts in Conversation (Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 2012) 183-199 and “In Conversation,” 255-277.
Dallavalle, Nancy A. '“Resilient Citizens: The Public (and Gendered) Face of American Catholicism”.' Inculturation and the Church in North America. Ed. Kennedy, S.J., T. Frank.. Crossroad Publishing Co., 2006. 23-43.
Dallavalle, Nancy A. '“Feminist Theologies.” The Cambridge Companion to Karl Rahner. Ed. Hines, Mary; Marmion, Declan. Cambridge University Press, 2005. 264-278.
Dallavalle, Nancy A. "Fides Trinitatis: Liturgical Practice and the Economy of Salvation," in Michael Downey and Joanne Pierce, eds., Source and Summit: Commemorating Josef A. Jungmann, S.J.(Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 1999) 91-105.
Dallavalle, Nancy A. "Neither Idolatry nor Iconoclasm: A Critical Essentialism for Catholic Feminist Theology." Horizons25 (1998): 23-42.
Dallavalle, Nancy A. "Toward a Theology that is Catholic and Feminist: Some Basic Issues.” Modern Theology14 (1998): 535-553.