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Fræði/ Forskning/ Research

a. Doctoral dissertation

Abyss of God:  Flesh, Love and Language in Paul Tillich.  Ph.D. dissertation, Drew University, Madison, NJ, USA. Available in UMI, “Digital Dissertations,” to be published as a monograph by Palgrave Macmillan in 2016.

c. Academic publications (peer reviewed)

—„Ambáttir, amtmenn og ambassadorar Guðs: Íslensk embættisguðfræði í ljósi fagmennskukenninga,“ (The handmaid, the governor and the ambassador of  God:  Icelandic theology of ordained ministry  read from the perspective of professionalism theories), Ritröð Guðfræðistofnunar, Studia Theologica Islandica, Rúnar M. Þorsteinsson, ed., Reykjavík, University of Iceland, Dec 2015.

—„The Green Cross:  The Green Tree and the Oppression of Nature,“ Christian Doctrines for Global Gender Justice, Jenny Daggers and Grace Ji-Sun Kim, editors, Palgrave Macmillan, June 2015.

Ecstatic Nature and Earthly Abyss: An Ecofeminist Journey to the Icelandic Volcano,” Philosophy of Sacred Nature: Prospects for Ecstatic Naturalism, Leon Niemoczynski & Nam Nguyen, editors, Lexington 2014.

—„Water as Sacrament: Tillich, gender and liturgical eco-justice“, Dialog: A Journal of Theology (53:2), ed. Kristin Johnston Largen, June 2014.

—“ Trinh Minh-ha and Inbetween Religious Language Painted With Gray and Red Colors,” The Journal of European Women in Theological Research XX, Dec 2013

.-–“Touch, Flux, Relation: Feminist Critique of Graham Ward´s “The Schizoid Christ””, The Poverty of Radical Orthodoxy (Postmodern Ethics)Lisa Isherwood og  Marko Zlomislic ritstjórar, Pickwick/ Wipf and Stock Publishers 2012.

—„The Natal Abyss of Freedom:  Arendt, Augustine and Feminist Christian Ethics,“ Gendering Christian Ethics, editor Jenny Daggers, Liverpool, Liverpool Hope University 2012.

—“ Coming Out with Butler and Whitehead: Opacity, Apophasis and the Phallacy of Misplaced Closetness:,” Butler on Whitehead: On this Occasion,  Roland Faber and Deena Lin (ed.), New York, Fordham Press, November 2011.

.—“In this Vesture Let There be Diversity”: Reading Augustine at Gay Pride Reykjavik,” The Journal of European Women in Theological Research XVIII, Dec. 2010.

—“ “God is a Lobster”: Whitehead´s Receptacle Meets the Deleuzian Sieve” Secrets of Becoming: Negotiating Whitehead, Deleuze and Butler, Roland Faber and Andrea Stephenson eds., New York, Fordham University Press, November 2010.

—“Reynslan, jafnréttið og frelsið í skuggsjá Prestastefnu 1909, (Experience, Equality and Freedom at the Church Synod 1909)” Ritröð Guðfræðistofnunar, Studia Theologica Islandica, Sólveig Anna Bóasdóttir, ed., Reykjavík, University of Iceland, May 2010.

— “Rapes of Earth and Grapes of Wrath: Steinbeck, Apocalypticism and the Metaphor of Rape,” Feminist Theology: The Journal of the Britain & Ireland School of Feminist Thought, January 2010.

—“The Sensible Unsaying of Mysticism,” Apophatic Bodies: Negative Theology, Incarnation and Relationality, Catherine Keller and Christopher Boesel eds., New York: Fordham University Press, November 2009.

—“Þrúgur reiðinnar og nauðgun náttúrunnar” (The Grapes of Wrath and the Rape of Nature), Studia Theologia Islandica, Petur Petursson, Gunnlaugur Jonsson, Solveig Anna Boasdottir eds.. Reykjavik:  University of Iceland, May 2009.

—“Third Space,” Food and Foxy Lutheranism in the Holy North: Postcoloniality in Vidalin´s sermon on Luke 14,” Stand Boldly: Lutheran Theology Faces the Postmodern World, Eric Trozzo, ed., Berkeley CA, Three Trees Press, Jan.2009.

—“Natur som kilde til liv” (“Nature as a Source of Life”), Moder Jord i klimakteriet, Birgitta Nyrinder, ed. Lund, Sweden, Arcus, November 2008.

—“The Apophatic God Above God”: Tillich and the Poststructuralist Critique of Negative Theology,” Bulletin of the North American Paul Tillich Society XXXIV, Number 4, Fall 2008.

—“Feminist Apophasis: Beverly J. Lanzetta and Trinh Min-ha in Dialogue.” Feminist Theology: The Journal of the Britain & Ireland School of Feminist Theology, January 2008. 

—“Rof-Kristur og konan með blóðlátin: Tengsl Krists og samtíma af sjónarhóli Graham Wards og kvennaguðfræði,” (“Christ in Context: Graham Ward and Feminist Theology in dialogue”), Studia Theologica Islandica, Petur Petursson, Gunnlaugur Jonsson, Solveig Anna Boasdottir eds., Reykjavik:  University of Iceland, November 2007.

d. Entries and short Articles in Reference Books

—“Pilgrimage”, Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability: The Spirit of Sustainability, Great Barrington: Berkshire Publishing Group, November 2009.

—“Trees in Europe” and “Robert Corrington”, í Bron Taylor (ed.) (The Encyclopaedia of Religion and Nature (NY/ London:  Continuum), 2005.

 e. Book Reviews and Forthcoming Book Reviews

—Review of the Doctoral Dissertation of Haukur Ingi Jonasson, „In a Land of a Living God: The Healing Imagination and the Icelandic Heritage“, Union Theological Seminary, 2006. Studia Theologica Islandica, Petur Petursson, Gunnlaugur Jonsson, Solveig Anna Boasdottir eds., Reykjavik:  University of Iceland, May 2011.

—“Í höndum þínum, minn Herra Guð, hefur þú teiknað mig,” Glíman, Vol. 4, Sigurjon Arni Eyjolfsson,ed., Reykjavik, 2007.

—“Audur Eir Vilhjalmsdottir´s Gleði Guðs, The Joy of God, (Kvennakirkjan:  Reykjavik), 2005”  in Glíman, Vol. 3, Sigurjon Arni Eyjolfsson,ed. Reykjavik, Iceland, 2006.

—“Michael Hanby´s Augustine and Modernity,”in Augustinian Studies, Vol. 35-2, Villanova Univ.:  Villanova, PA,2005.

 f. Other Publications

—“Sor Juana de la Cruz: Dulúð og dulsmál,” (Sor Juana de la Cruz: Mysticism and Sexuality) Orðið, rit félags Guðfræðinema, Reykjavík University of Iceland, March 2011.

—“Nú byrja ég að garda:  Prédikun og táknfræði í upphafi 21. aldarinnar.” (“Homiletics and Semiotics:  Preaching in Light of Tillichian Symbolism and Poststructuralist Theory”)   Sérrit prédikunarráðstefnu Kjalarnesprófastdæmis (Reykjavik: Kjalarnesprofastdaemi), December 2005

—Sermon on ecotheology and environmental issues preached for the National Parliament of Iceland, (Althingi), Oct 1 1998 in Guðmundur Páll Ólafsson, Hálendið í Náttúru Íslands, Reykjavík:  Mál og Menning, 2003.

—“Saga Staðarkirkju í Súgandafirði,” (The History of the Church in Staður, Sugandafjordur) in Kjartan Ólafsson ed., Vestur-Ísafjarðarsýsla: Firðir og Fólk II (Búnaðarfélag Vestfjarða:  Reykjavik, Iceland), 1996.

—Hymn nr. 703 “Líður að dögun” in the Hymnal of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Iceland.

—“Ämbete och Kyrka” (Office and Church) Nordisk Ekumenisk Orientering, Uppsala, Sweden, Nov. 1993.