6 edition of Women"s studies in religion found in the catalog.
Women"s studies in religion
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Kate Bagley and Kathleen McIntosh, editors.|
|Contributions||Bagley, Kate., McIntosh, Kathleen.|
|LC Classifications||BL458 .W66 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005054536|
Research within Questia's collection of full-text online articles from Journal of Women and Religion. the Center for Women and Religion (CWR), a program unit of the Graduate Theological Union (GTU), published the first volume of the Journal for Women and Religion. Green Studies, Religion, and Environmental Practice. When you major in Women’s Studies, you study politics, theory, literature, history, sociology, and psychology, all with a feminist perspective. You discover and ask questions that no one’s ever challenged you with before: How have women been portrayed in the media and religion? In what ways do gender stereotypes influence politics and.
The depth, range, and creativity of the essays in this book reflect the myriad interests of the group and its members. Contributors: Carolyn D Williams surveys the book’s timeline, using queens to explore questions of gender, rank, and power; Valerie Schutte examines a book dedication to Lady Jane Grey, England’s nine-day queen. : Women's Studies in Religion: A Multicultural Reader () by McIntosh, Kathleen and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.4/5(12).
Women, Gender, and Religion Journal of Religion & Society 3 Supplement Series 5 greater understanding of religion is clear. And so, the vibrant research culture that has staked-out women, gender, and religion as its focus continues the challenged – and challenging – work of mapping new areas of investigation. The place of women in the religions, both as expressed in the classical writings and as experienced in life, is carefully considered in this book. It deals with what part women can and/or do play in religious institutions; how relevant religion is to their general role in society; and the significance of cultural influences for attitudes to women within the religious .
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