This March, we celebrate Women's History Month by honoring women who have made important contributions to the academy. For the past seventy-five years, IVP's women authors have written scholarly works that offer new perspectives and research in areas like theology, biblical studies, psychology, humanities, and the sciences. Shop recent and bestselling academic works by women below, or discover even more books on gender justice and women's topics.
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What is it like as a woman in the world of Biblical Studies? For Carmen Imes, author of "Being God's Image" it means being called to teach the Bible but not always embraced within the church. Read about how Scripture's testimony calls for full inclusion of women in gospel ministry.
In this interview, Power Women editors Nancy Wang Yuen and Deshonna Collier-Goubil discuss how they navigate the call to both the academy and motherhood as Christian women. If you've ever wanted to hear from women on a similar vocational journey who come from different backgrounds, academic disciplines, and stages of parenting and career, this interview will be refreshing.
At InterVarsity Press, we are committed to elevating women's voices in publishing. And it's not just a trend—it's been a part of our mission since 1943, when the first book we published was written by a woman. IVP's diverse women authors are expert practitioners, gifted writers, and leading voices in the most important conversations happening today.
Women's viewpoints, experiences, and stories are important. Books on this list celebrate the triumphs of women around the world, honoring their leadership and contributions to culture, the academy, and the church. Some books also dig into the dark realities and barriers that many women face, from violence and abuse to questions about calling, ministry, and relationships. Reading is a great way to lift up and learn from these important voices.