Magazine article
Dutch

Als de goden vrouwelijk zijn ... over godinnen en vrouwen in het hindoeisme

Als de goden vrouwelijk zijn ... over godinnen en vrouwen in het hindoeisme

In magazine
Kultuurleven, Jrg. 62 (1995) nr. 8, p. 34-41
Title
Als de goden vrouwelijk zijn ... over godinnen en vrouwen in het hindoeisme
Author
Catherine Cornille
Language
Dutch

About Catherine Cornille

Catherine Cornille (born 1961) is a professor of comparative theology and specializes in theology of religions and interreligious dialogue. She presently holds the Newton College Alumnae Chair of Western Culture in the department of theology at Boston College.

Biography

With a previous B.A. from the KU Leuven and an M.A. from the University of Hawaii, Cornille returned to KU Leuven to complete her PhD in 1989. She taught comparative religions at the KU Leuven and was the first woman professor in the history of the University. She joined the department of theology at Boston College in 2005 and teaches comparative theology, theology of religions, and interreligious dialogue.

Works

  • Cornille, Catherine (1992). The Guru in Indian Catholicism: Ambiguity of Opportunity of Inculturation?. Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing…Read more on Wikipedia