Compiled in conjunction with the theological commission of the Ecumenical Association of Third World Theologians (EATWOT), Global Voices for Gender Justice is a detailed anthology of essays written by theologians from Africa, Asia, Latin America, and U.S. minority groups who share their theological analysis of gender issues. Topics include: voices of unchurched Korean women, black male heterosexuality, gendered forms of racism (a Native American woman's perspective), Latin American feminist theology and gender theories, culture/gender in Latin America, gender and new and renewed images of the divine, the shifting gender role of women, harmonizing masculine and feminine in the male gender, gender concern (a male perspective in holistic paradigm), the portrait of women in the parables, a critical review of a feminist interpretation of the Hebrew canon patriarchy, and gender mainstreaming in African theology (an African woman's perspective). Contributors: Jung-Ha Kim, Andrea Smith, Silvia Regina de Lima Silva, Diego Irarrazaval, Ana Maria Tepedino, Judith Na Bik Gwat, Oswald B. Firth, J. B. Banawiratma, Kemdirim O. Protus, Ramathate T. H. Dolamo. Philomena N. Mwaura, and Dwight N. Hopkins. Ramathate T. H. Dolamo is a former member of the EATWOT theological commission and teaches at the university of South Africa in Pretoria, South Africa. Ana Maria Tepedino, a professor and native of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is a previous member of the EATWOT theological commission. Dwight N. Hopkins teaches at the University of Chicago Divinity School and is past coordinator of the EATWOT Theological Commission. He is the author of Introducing Black Theology of Liberation, Heart and Head: Black Theology Past, Present, and Future, and Being Human: Race, Culture, and Religion.