DR TRISH MADIGAN op  - RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS

Most recent

Review of “Guns and Gospel: Imperialism and Evangelism in China” by Ambrose Mong (Cambridge, UK: James Clarke, 2016) in The Swag, Vol 25, No 2, Winter 2017, 47-48.

“Hope in Dark Times: Australian Churches Covenanting Together 1994-2014” in Hope in the Ecumenical Future, ed. Mark Chapman (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017)  (forthcoming)

“Religion and the State: Contexts, Controversies and Conjectures in Australia, Indonesia and Egypt” in Religion, Authority, and the State: From Constantine to the Contemporary World, ed. Leo D. Lefebure, in Pathways for Ecumenical and Interreligious Dialogue series (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016) 33-52. Order here

Article: “ What is a Dominican theology?”, Wort und Antwort, June 2016. See http://www.dominikanerorden.de/what-is-dominican-theology/

"Nostra Aetate and Fifty Years of Interfaith Dialogue – Changes and Challenges" in Journal of the Australian Catholic Historical Society, Volume 36, 2015, 179-191. Click here

“Ethics in a Multifaith Society: Christians and Muslims in Dialogue”, in Pathways for Interreligious Dialogue in the Twenty-First Century, eds Vladimir Latinovic, Gerard Mannion and Peter Phan (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016), 167-179. Order here

“Graced by Migration: An Australian Perspective” in Christianities in Migration: The Global  Perspective, vol. 3 in the series Theology and Migration in World Christianity: Contextual Perspectives, eds Elaine Padilla and Peter Phan (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016), 135-152. Order here

“Traditions and Transformations: Catholic and Muslim Women in Dialogue” in Catholic Women Speak: Bringing Our Gifts to the Table (Mahwah NJ: Paulist Press, 2015), 37-39. Order here

Research Project: “An Opening of the Heart to the Other and to Myself” – Report on the Experience of Young Catholic Women’s Interfaith Fellowship Participants 2013 – 2014” commissioned by the Council of Australian Catholic Women. Completed March 2015. To see a copy of the Report click here

Book: Martha Ann Kirk and Patricia Madigan, Iraqi Women of Three Generations, San Antonio Texas Peace Centre and the Gulen Institute, 2014. Order here

ABC Television: The Moral Compass – “Does Christianity really offer women a place at the table?”- Geraldine Doogue with Kristina Keneally, Julia Baird, Trish Madigan OP and John Dickson, ABC television. Sunday 3 May 2015.

Dawn Cherie Araujo, interview: "Q & A with Sr Trish Madigan", National Catholic Reporter - Global Sisters Report, 28 April 2015  http://globalsistersreport.org/equality/q-sr-trish-madigan-24211

ABC Radio 702 panel discussion:“The Issue: Religion and Gender Equality” on John Cleary Sunday Nights, 10 pm. Panellists: Maha Abdo, CEO, United Muslim Women Association; Sr Trish Madigan, Dominican Sister, lecturer and author; Robyn Lenn, President, International Council of Jewish Women; Saphira Rameshfar, Australian Baha'i Community. Sunday 5 April 2015. Link: http://www.abc.net.au/sundaynights/stories/s4211057.htm

Books

Martha Ann Kirk and Patricia Madigan, Iraqi Women of Three Generations, San Antonio Texas Peace Centre and the Gulen Institute, 2014. Order here

Women and Fundamentalism in Islam and Catholicism: negotiating modernity in a globalized world (Religions and Discourse series, Volume 53), Oxford: Peter Lang Publishers, 2011. Order here

Reviews: Peter Maher, Bridges, No 51, June 2011;  Ed Campion, The Swag, Winter 2011; Agnes Wilkins, One in Christ, Vol 45, No 1, 2011; Therese Vassarotti, The Australasian Catholic Record, October 2011; Ismail Albayrak, Pacifica, Vol 25, Issue 2, June 2012; Kevin Burke, Religion and Gender, Vol 2, No 2, 2012; Bulletin Quotidien Europe, No 10743, Dec 2012; Roxanne Marcotte, Journal for the Academic Study of Religion 27.3 (2014).

Book chapters

“Hope in Dark Times: Australian Churches Covenanting Together 1994-2014” in Hope in the Ecumenical Future, ed. Mark Chapman (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017)  (forthcoming)

“Religion and the State: Contexts, Controversies and Conjectures in Australia, Indonesia and Egypt” in Religion, Authority and the State: from Constantine to the Secular and Beyond, ed. Leo Lefebure, in Pathways for Ecumenical and Interfaith Dialogue series (New York: Palgrave Macmillan), 2016.

“Traditions and Transformations: Catholic and Muslim Women in Dialogue” in Catholic Women Speak: Bringing our Gifts to the Table (Mahwah NJ: Paulist Press, 2015), 37-39. Order here

“Ethics in a Multifaith Society: Christians and Muslims in Dialogue”, in Pathways for Inter-religious Dialogue in the Twenty-First Century, eds Vladimir Latinovic, Gerard Mannion and Peter Phan (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016), 167-179.

“Graced by Migration: an Australian Perspective” in Christianities in Migration: The Global  Perspective, vol 3 in the series Theology and Migration in World Christianity: Contextual Perspectives, eds Elaine Padilla and Peter Phan (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), 135-152.

Refereed articles

Article: “ What is a Dominican theology?”, Wort und Antwort, June 2016. See www.dominicantheology.com

Article: "Nostra Aetate and Fifty Years of Interfaith Dialogue – Changes and Challenges" in Journal of the Australian Catholic Historical Society, Volume 36, 2015, 179-191. Click here

Article: “ ‘It’s My Church and I Love it!’ - The Young Catholic Women’s Interfaith Fellowship Experience 2006-2009”, Australian eJournal of Theology, vol 20, no 2, 2013. http://aejt.com.au/

Article: “ Reviving the Gender Agenda: A Human Development Approach”, One In Christ,  vol 44, no 2, December 2010. http://www.oneinchrist.org.uk/2014/01/02/vol-44-no-2-2010/

Article: Women Negotiating Modernity: A Gender Perspective on Fundamentalisms in Catholicism and Islam, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, Birmingham, vol 20, no 1, January 2009, 1-20.

Article: Women in Islam and Catholicism: Sydney Women Speak, Pacifica, June 2008, 210-223.

Article: The Threat of Fundamentalism? Some Christian and Muslim Perspectives, Compass Theological Review, vol 38, Winter, 2004, 14-18.

Book review: “Religions for Peace: A Call for Solidarity to the Religions of the World”, The Australasian Catholic Record, vol 81, no 1, January 2004, 124-125. 

Book review: Buddhist Perceptions of Jesus, The Australasian Catholic Record, vol 80, no 4, October 2003, 522-523.

Book review: “At the Wellspring”, The Australasian Catholic Record, vol 80, no 1, January 2003, 125.

Article: A Tale of Mountain Climbing and an Elephant in the Living Room: The Third Phase of the Ecumenical Movement, Compass Theological Review, vol 35, Winter, 2001, 21-26.

Research Projects

Research Project: “An Opening of the Heart to the Other and to Myself” – Report on the Experience of Young Catholic Women’s Interfaith Fellowship Participants 2013 – 2014” commissioned by the Council of Australian Catholic Women. Completed March 2015. To see a copy of the Report click here

Research Project: "Study of the Young Catholic Women's Interfaith Fellowship participants' post-course experience" commissioned by the Council of Australian Catholic Women. Completed March 2012. To see a copy of the Report click here

Research Project: “Three Generations of Women in Northern Iraq: How Gϋlen-Inspired Institutions are empowering young women to contribute to a more stable and peaceful future,” with Dr. Martha Ann Kirk, Professor of Religious Studies, University of Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas USA. Sponsored by the Gϋlen Institute and Fezalar Educational Institutions in June 2011. Now published as Iraqi Women of Three Generations.   

Supplementary Paper: “Freedom of Religion, Belief and  Gender in the 21st Century – a Catholic Perspective,” Australian Human Rights Commission Report on Freedom of Religion and Belief in the 21st Century, March 2011 http://www.humanrights.gov.au/frb/index.html

Report on the Australian Women’s Coalition Intercultural Bridge-building Project: a study of the social and political impact of women’s intercultural dialogue. Completed March 2010 http://www.awcaus.org.au/Projects.aspx

Research Project, “Australian Family Law and You,” Macquarie University Law School. Completed March 2009.

Conference Papers

Paper: "Nostra Aetate and Fifty Years of Interfaith Dialogue – Changes and Challenges" - talk given to the Australian Catholic Historical Society, St Patrick's Church Hill, Sydney, September 2015.

Paper: " Women During and After Vatican II" at WashingtonDC2015 Conference organised by The Ecclesiological Investigations International Research Network, Washington DC, May 2015

Paper: “Hope in Dark Times: Australian Churches Covenanting Together 1994-2014” at Oxford2014 Conference organized by The Ecclesiological Investigations International Research Network, Oxford, England, April 2014.

Paper: “Religion and the State: Contexts, Controversies and Conjectures in Australia, Indonesia and Egypt” at Belgrade2013 Conference organized by The Ecclesiological Investigations International Research Network, Belgrade, Serbia , June 2013.

Presentation: “ Interfaith Relations: The Australian Experience” at  Interreligious Encounter Program: From a Common Word to a Common Work, hosted by the Dominican Centre for Research and Inter-Religious Dialogue, Pontianak, Indonesia, July 2012.

Paper: “Ethics in a Multifaith Society: Christians and Muslims in Dialogue” at Assisi2012 Conference organized by The Ecclesiological Investigations International Research Network, Assisi, Italy, April 2012.

Presentation: “The Role of Education in Promoting Peace and Security: Training and Capacity Building for Future Interfaith Leaders” at 6th Regional Interfaith Dialogue, sponsored by the Governments of Australia, Indonesia, the Philippines and New Zealand, Semarang, Indonesia - March 2012

Paper: “From Confrontation to Cooperation - Ethics in a Multifaith Society” at APCID Conference in honour of Fethullah Gülen, ACU Melbourne. November 2011.

Paper: “Reviving the Gender Agenda” presented at ISE-Concilium Conference: From World Mission to Interreligious Witness Visioning Ecumenics in the 21st Century, TCD Dublin. June 2010.

Workshop paper: "How Do Women Experience Salvation?: Catholic and Muslim Women Reflect on Religion and Culture in the Australian context" at Journées Romaines Dominicaines Conference: Universal Salvation: Challenged by Religious Identity, Rome, August 2009.

Other articles and papers

Book review: "Clash of Cultures: Westernised colonial Christianity and Chinese Culture" (review of “Guns and Gospel: Imperialism and Evangelism in China” by Ambrose Mong, Cambridge, UK: James Clarke, 2016) in The Swag, Vol 25, No 2, Winter 2017, 47-48.

Book review: “A journey of truth and love” (review of My Ecumenical Journey by Bishop Michael Putney) in The Swag, Spring 2014, pp 39-40

Article: "Why are Christians still divided?" Aurora, July 2014, p 15  http://aurora.realviewtechnologies.com/?iid=95967

Article: ‘Thanks to education, reconciliation and hope arise,” Aurora, December 2011, p 13 http://aurora.realviewtechnologies.com/?iid=57085

Paper: “Partners in Dialogue” in Breaking Open the Lineamenta: A Consultation on the ‘New Evangelization’ for the 2012 Synod, 28 September 2011 http://www.columban.org.au/assets/files/cmi/Lineamenta%20Booklet.pdf

Article: “Thousands of men and no groping,” Eureka Street, 15 February 2011. http://www.eurekastreet.com.au/article.aspx?aeid=25048

Article: Muslim and Catholic women reclaim a liberating vision, Commemoration Issue 21 of Federation of Ethnic Communities Council of Australia magazine, Australian Mosaic, March 2009, 29-30.

Article: Women and Development: the interaction of culture and religious tradition in early Christianity and Islam,Bridges, no 42, March 2009.

Article: Learning from Islam, The Fountain, issue 60, Oct-Nov 2007, 20-22. First published in OnlineCatholics, 17th  November 2004.

Article: What does Spirituality mean for us today? (Talk given at Women of Faith Dinner, 4 April 2004), ACMICA Enews, issue 4, 2004.

Contributed to Sustained Dialogue: Close Encounters of the Muslim-Christian Kind, Sydney: Affinity Intercultural Foundation, March 2004.

Article: Much in Common – Women and the Interfaith Journey: Where are the women in interfaith dialogue?Australian Mosaic, issue 2, Autumn 2003, 18-19.

Paper presented at "Gathering the Threads" Women Scholars in Religion and Theology (WSRT) Conference, Brisbane, January 1998: A Woman of Perfume and Prayer Speaks with Christ-Sophia: Wisdom as a basis for dialogue between Muslims and Christians.

Other

ABC Television: The Moral Compass – “Does Christianity really offer women a place at the table?”- Geraldine Doogue with Kristina Keneally, Julia Baird, Trish Madigan OP and John Dickson, ABC television. Sunday 3 May 2015.

Dawn Cherie Araujo, interview: "Q & A with Sr Trish Madigan", National Catholic Reporter - Global Sisters Report, 28 April 2015  http://globalsistersreport.org/equality/q-sr-trish-madigan-24211

ABC Radio 702 panel discussion:“The Issue: Religion and Gender Equality” on John Cleary Sunday Nights, 10 pm. Panellists: Maha Abdo, CEO, United Muslim Women Association; Sr Trish Madigan, Dominican Sister, lecturer and author; Robyn Lenn, President, International Council of Jewish Women; Saphira Rameshfar, Australian Baha'i Community. Sunday 5 April 2015. Link: http://www.abc.net.au/sundaynights/stories/s4211057.htm

Talk given at NSW Ecumenical Council Fundraising Dinner, 25 May 2009.