Adelaide Teague Case
29 July 1948
From the Satucket Lectionary
[Jan. 10, 1887-July 19, 1948] First woman appointed to teach at an Episcopal seminary (Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge, MA). Her interests were Christian education and social reform, and she took part in many educational, social and ecumenical movements including “The Episcopal Pacifist Fellowship.”
— from Holy Women, Holy Men
Dr. Case received her Ph. D. from Columbia and taught Religious Education there for many years before joining ETS later in her career. Her doctoral thesis, Liberal Christianity And Religious Education, was published as a book in 1924 and is still in print. Further information may be found in a short biography by Sheryl Kujawa-Holbrook.