Sharon A. Bong
- Book: Bong, Sharon A. (2020) Becoming queer and religious in Malaysia and Singapore. London: Bloomsbury.
- Edited Book: Bong, Sharon A. (Ed.). (2014). Trauma, Memory and Transformation in Southeast Asia. Petaling Jaya, Malaysia: Strategic information and Research Development Centre (SIRD)
- Journal articles: Bong, Sharon A. (2019). Ecclesiology: Becoming the queer, postcolonial, (eco)feminist body of Christ in Asia. Concilium, 5, 70–80.
- Bong, Sharon A. (2019). Technology in the service of humanity: Perspectives on gender and inclusion. Concilium, 3, 85–94.
- Book chapters: Bong, S. A. (2019). Doing justice to issues of gender. In Ernst M. Conradie and Hilda P. Koster (Eds.) T & T Clark handbook on Christian theology and climate change (pp. 655–658). London and New York: T & T Clark, Bloomsbury Publishing.
- Bong, S. A. (2019) Feminine genius: Revisiting gender complementarity today. In Gunter Prüller-Jagenteufel, Sharon Bong and Rita Perintfalvi (Eds.) Towards just gender relations: Rethinking the role of women in church and society (pp 137–145). Vienna: Vienna University Press.Bong, S. A. (2017). Not only for the sake of man: Asian feminist theological response to Laudato Si. In Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Hilda P. Koster (Eds.) Planetary solidarity: Global women’s voices on Christian doctrine and climate justice (pp. 81-96). Minneapolis: Fortress Press.
- Bong, S. A. (2019) You are what you eat: The ethics of eating meat and queer ecofeminism. In Kristine C. Meneses and Christine E. Burke (Eds.). Foodscapes: Beyond the food environment – a feminist theological take on food issues in Asia (pp. 9–30). Bengaluru, India: Dharmaram Publications.
- Bong, S. A. (2018). The feminist praxis of Talitha Kum Southeast Asia: Combatting trafficking in persons to realizing human dignity. In Virginia Saldanha and Metti Amirtham, SCC (Eds.) The 21st century woman still claiming her space: Asian feminist theological perspectives (pp. 87-107). New Delhi: Media House.
- Bong, S. A. (2018). Transgender. In Lisa Isherwood and Dirk von der Horst (Eds.) Contemporary Theological Approaches to Sexuality (pp. 40-52). London and New York: Routledge.
- Bong, S. A. (2017). Not only for the sake of man: Asian feminist theological response to Laudato Si. In Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Hilda P. Koster (Eds.) Planetary solidarity: Global women’s voices on Christian doctrine and climate justice (pp. 81-96). Minneapolis: Fortress Press.
- Bong, S. A. (2017). The roots of human dignity in a Southeast Asian context. In Klaus Krämer and Klaus Vellguth (Eds.) Human dignity: Discourses on Universality and Inalienability (pp. 71-78).Quezon City: Claretian Communications Foundation, Inc.
- Bong, S. A. (2016). A God by any other name. In Lúcás Chan Yiu Sing, James F. Keenan and Shaji George Kochuthara (Eds.), Doing Asian theological ethics in a cross-cultural and an interreligious context (181-193). Bangalore: Dharmaram Publications.
- The Ties that Bind in the Here and Now
- Of Radicals, Excommunicates and Sojourners
- What’s natural in natural disasters?
- Feminist Futures in the Time of Emergency
- New Normal, Old Gender Norms in the Time of Coronavirus
- Whose Dignity?: Abolishing Child Marriage for the Girl Child
- Compassionate caning: To educate not hurt the person
- ‘EWA tasting and seeing Christ as the Bread of Life, Rice of Life and the Meat of Life’
- Asia’s diversity and gender diversity
- ‘What’s gender got to do with climate justice?’
- ‘Caring for our common home’
- ‘Citizens’ call out’
- A poor woman’s Dignity
- ‘Religion or rights: The higher moral ground’
- ‘A home to call one’s own’
- ‘Not containing trauma and memory in the name of Allah’
- ‘The Gospel of Families’
- Casinos, connections, contestations
- ‘What’s in a name?’
- ‘To Cut Or Not To Cut: That Is Not The Question’
- A Second Life
- ‘Obedient wives, first-class prostitutes and terrorism’