Letizia Tomassone

Research Scholar


M.Div. (equivalent) Protestant University of Rome, Italy
M.A. (equivalent) Protestant University of Montpellier, France


Dr. Tomassone is well known in the women movement in Italy for her search about a feminist spirituality and pre-pathriarcal Goddess religions. She is a pastor in her church and autor of a number of articles about the political “thought of the difference”, developed by the Feminist community of Diotima.

She has been the first women to manage the direction of the Ecumenical International Center of Agape, that is a place where protestants in Italy reflect on changes in society that affect theology and spirituality. She is now vice-president of the Federation of Protestants Churches in Italy, charged of ecumenical and interreligious dialogue.

Dr. Tomassone from 2009 is the appointed teacher on “Feminist and Gender Studies” at the Protestant University of Rome, Italy (Facoltà Valdese di Teologia). She is also among the founders of the Women’s Theological Association in Italy (www.teologhe.org).

At the SKSM she is working on climate and Earth changes that impose us changes in the way to live our faith and our practice in this interrelated and wonderful world, in peril for human development. In this search she is looking for a relation within the Earth rooted in difference and gender vision of the world.