sex gender and the sacred reconfiguring religion in gender history

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Sex Gender And The Sacred

Author : Joanna de Groot
ISBN : 9781118833940
Genre : History
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Sex, Gender and the Sacred presents a multi-faith, multi-disciplinary collection of essays that explore the interlocking narratives of religion and gender encompassing 4,000 years of history. Contains readings relating to sex and religion that encompass 4,000 years of gender history Features new research in religion and gender across diverse cultures, periods, and religious traditions Presents multi-faith and multi-disciplinary perspectives with significant comparative potential Offers original theories and concepts relating to gender, religion, and sexuality Includes innovative interpretations of the connections between visual, verbal, and material aspects of particular religious traditions

Gender And The City Before Modernity

Author : Lin Foxhall
ISBN : 9781118234433
Genre : History
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"Originally published as Volume 23, Issue 3 of Gender & History."

Electric Santer A

Author : Aisha M. Beliso-De Jesús
ISBN : 0231173164
Genre : Cuba
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Santer?a is an African-inspired, Cuban diaspora religion that is rapidly winning adherents across the world. Aisha M. Beliso-De Jes's introduces the term "copresence" to capture the transnational experience of Santer?a, in which racialized and gendered spirits, deities, priests, and religious travelers remake local, national, and political boundaries and reconfigure notions of technology and transnationalism. Conducting research in Havana and Matanzas, Cuba, and in New York City, Miami, Los Angeles, and the San Francisco Bay area, Beliso-De Jes's maps the emergence of copresence in transnational places and historical moments, exploring assemblages of race, imperialism, gender, sexuality, and diaspora. Emphasizing Santer?a's dynamic circulations, this book advances a nontranscendental understanding of religious transnationalisms.

Special Issue Borders Conflict Zone And Memory Scholarly Engagements With Luisa Passerini

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Introduction. Borders, Conflict Zones, and Memory: scholarly engagements with Luisa Passerini/ Donna R. Gabaccia & Franca Iacovetta. 'The dumpling in my soup was lonely just like me': food in the memories of Mennonite women refugees/ Marlene Epp. 'Memory Speaks from Today': analyzing oral histories of female members of the MIR in Chile through the work of Luisa Passerini/Hillary Hiner. On Luisa Passerini: subjectivity, Europe, affective historiography/Ioanna Laliotou. Destroyed by Love: nation, memory, and humanity in South Asia/ Yasmin Saikia. Response on Borders, Conflict Zones, and Memory/Luisa Passerini. 'Bodies Across Borders. Oral And Visual Memory in Europe and Beyond' (BABE): a conversation with Luisa Passerini, Donna Gabaccia, and Franca Iacovetta/ Luisa Passerini, Donna Gabaccia & Franca Iacovetta. Arab Feminisms: gender and equality in the Middle East/ JEAN SAID MAKDISI, NOHA BAYOUMI & RAFIF RIDA SIDAWI (Eds). A Class by Herself: protective laws for women workers, 1890s-1990s by NANCY WOLOCH/Jane Marcellus. Watching Women's Liberation, 1970: feminism's pivotal year on the network news by BONNIE J. DOW/ Maria DiCenzo. Margot Asquith's Great War Diary 1914-1916: the view from Downing Street by MICHAEL BROCK & ELEANOR BROCK (Eds)/Claire McGing. pages 477-479 Magic and Masculinity: ritual magic and gender in the early modern era by FRANCIS TIMBERS/ Maya Corry. Elizabeth I and her Circle by SUSAN DORAN/ Elizabeth Goldring. Sex, Gender and the Sacred: reconfiguring religion in gender history by JOANNA DE GROOT & SUE MORGAN/ Jennifer Hillman. Women and Irish Diaspora Identities: theories, concepts and new perspectives by D. A. J. MacPHERSON & MARY J. HICKMAN (Eds)/ Caitriona Clear. Gabrielle Petit: the death and life of a female spy in the First World War by SOPHIE DE SCHAEPDRIJVER/ Juliette Pattinson. The Rise of Women's Transnational Activism: identity and sisterhood between the world wars by MA

Sex Gender And Christianity

Author : Priscilla Pope-Levison
ISBN : 9781621895008
Genre : Religion
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Should women be priests? Should women submit to their husbands? Is premarital sex okay? Inflammatory questions such as these have splintered Christianity and polarized the church. In Sex, Gender, and Christianity, a cadre of seasoned college professors offers the modest proposal that honest, fruitful conversations about these questions will take place only if we develop the ability to deal with sex, gender, and the Christian faith with the academic rigor and perspectives of our various disciplines. This volume contributes an unprecedented collection of first-rate articles from a variety of disciplines--from the social sciences to history, from literary criticism to theology--that will challenge college administrators, professors, and students to address fractious questions in an atmosphere of scholarly inquiry. Contributors: David G. Allen, Karen Trimble Alliaume, Brian Bantum, Mikee C. Delony, James G. Dixon III, Antonios Finitsis Theresa J. FitzPatrick, Allyson Jule, Patricia O'Connell Killen, Caryn D. Riswold, and Tina Schermer Sellers

Sex And Common Sense

Author : A. Maude Royden
ISBN : 9781775412564
Genre : Self-Help
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It may be hard to believe in the post-"Sex and the City" era, but less than 100 years ago, women had a hard time being taken seriously and often didn't have the autonomy and freedom that they deserved. In this fascinating series of talks, famed theologian and suffragette Maude Royden outlines the history of the struggle for women's rights in the early 20th century, as well as the moral and social implications of the process.

The Psychology Of Human Sexuality

Author : Justin J. Lehmiller
ISBN : 9781118351338
Genre : Psychology
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Comprehensive overview of the science behind human sexual behavior from a biopsychosocial perspective. By emphasizing psychological research and theory on human sexuality, Lehmiller reveals the psychological importance of possessing familiarity with one's body for forming healthy sexual relationships, and shows how a lack of such knowledge can lead to sexual and relationship difficulties. Designed to be inclusive and respectful of a diverse audience, Lehmiller's analysis also includes instructor resources designed to facilitate a dynamic and interactive classroom environment and enhance critical thinking.

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