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Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion back issues
Mary Baker Eddy, the Woman Question, and Christian Salvation: Finding a Consistent Connection by Broadening the Boundaries of Feminist Scholarship
September 22, 2012... In the third edition of her book Science and Health, published in 1881, Mary Baker Eddy revised her exegesis of Genesis in several places to use the feminine pronoun for God. "Spirit blessed the multiplication of Her own ideas," she writes, and "She names them all, from an atom to a world." (1)...
Listening and Speaking as Two Sides of the Same Coin: Negotiating Dualisms in Intercultural Feminist Collaboration
September 22, 2012... Border crossing entails learning about the "other," but more importantly, it should also entail learning from the other. Learning about is a gesture that is often tinged with arrogance and an air [of] superiority; learning from requires a high dose of humility tinged with civility. Learning...
Sexism in Practice: Feminist Ethics Evaluating the Hookup Culture
September 22, 2012... 2012 Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza New Scholar Award First-Place Winner Hooking up-the practice of pursuing sexual activity without any expectation of a relationship-has become a fixture of the U.S. college experience, resulting in an identifiable hookup culture across the country...
Roundtable: HIV, Gender, and Religion
September 22, 2012... CHARTING THE PARADIGM SHIFTS IN HIV RESEARCH: THE CONTRIBUTION OF GENDER AND RELIGION STUDIES Sarojini Nadar and Isabel Phiri Our central aim in this lead-in piece is to chart the ways in which particular epistemological frameworks within the study of gender and religion serve to...
September 22, 2012... With this issue, Judith Plaskow is back in the saddle as coeditor of the Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion after an interval of seventeen years. She finds, with pleasure, that the Journal has a much more developed infrastructure than the one in place when she stepped down after its tenth...