Evangeline Anderson-Rajkumar is Dean of Doctoral Studies and Non-degree programs and a Professor in the Department of Women’s Studies at United Theological College, Bangalore, India.
Embodiment of Power, Self and Identity: Weaving My Story of Ordination in History
August/September 2020: Women’s Leadership in the Church, State, and Academy (Volume 20 Issue 5)
 What a joy it was to see women marching, (no, dancing down the aisle, it was!) during the celebration of 50-40-10 of Women’s Ordination in the ELCA. The joy was simply contagious. Even watching the women process down the aisle, from remote, I could not help but shed tears of joy at this visible […]
Mapping Patriarchal Patterns in Violence: Some Lessons for a Theology of Gender Justice
September 2013: Gender Justice (Volume 13 Issue 5)
Evangeline Anderson-Rajkumar opens with two case studies from India that demonstrate the connection between violence and patriarchy. She uses the studies to lead into a mapping of patterns of violence in patriarchal culture that exist in societies worldwide.