Women, Gender, Religion: A Reader by E. CastelliWomen, Gender, Religion: A Reader by E. Castelli

Women, Gender, Religion: A Reader

EditorE. Castelli

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Interdisciplinary and multi-traditional, these essays highlight the contributions that various disciplinary approaches make to feminist/gender studies and religion. With contributors as diverse and distinguished as Donna J. Haraway, Aihwa Ong, Mieke Bal, Robert Orsi, Judith Plaskow, among others, this volume displays the theoretical richness of contemporary debates in the field and raises many questions for further inquiry and investigation.
Elizabeth A. Castelli teaches Religion at Barnard College, Columbia University. She is the author of Imitating Paul: A Discourse of Power, co-author of The Postmodern Bible, and co-editor of Reimagining Christian Origins.Rosamond C. Rodman is a doctoral candidate in the Religion Department at Columbia University.
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Title:Women, Gender, Religion: A ReaderFormat:PaperbackDimensions:576 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.06 inPublished:November 7, 2001Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0312240309

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Elizabeth A.Castelli * Part I: Categories of Analysis and Critique: "Gender," "Religion," "Feminism" * What's in a Name? Exploring Dimensions of What "Feminist Studies in Religion" Means-- Miriam Peskowitz * Weaving the Fabric of our Lives--Carol P.Christ * Unweaving: A Response to Carol Christ--Miriam Peskowitz * A Further Response--Carol P. Christ * "Gender" for a Marxist Dictionary: The Sexual Politics of a Word--Donna Haraway * The Translation of Cultures: Engendering Yor--b Language, Orature, and World-Sense * Snakes Alive: Resituating the Moral in the Study of Religion--Robert A. Orsi * Transnationalism, Feminism, and Fundamentalism--Minoo Moallem * Part II: Origins, Identities, and Appropriations * Sexuality, Sin, and Sorrow: The Emergence of the Female Character--Mieke Bal * A Question of Origins: Goddess Cults Greek and Modern--Helen P. Foley * On Medicine Women and White Shame-ans: New Age Native Americanism and Commodity Fetishism as Pop Culture Feminism--Laura E. Donaldson * Part III: Gender and Religious Experience: Interdisciplinary Approaches * Margery Kempe Answers Back--Carolyn Dinshaw * Sexology and the Occult: Sexuality and Subjectivity in Theosophy's New Age--Joy Dixon * Rituals of Desire: Spirit, Culture, and Sexuality in the Writings of Rebecca Cox Jackson--Bassard * The Woman Who Wanted to Be Her Father: A Case Analysis of Dybbuk Possession in a Hasidic Community--Yoram Bilu * The Production of Possession: Spirits and the Multinational Corporation in Malaysia--Aihwa Ong * Part IV: Gender, Religion, and Body Politics * From a "Pot of Filth" to a "Hedge of Roses" (and Back): Changing Theorizations of Menstruation in Judaism--Jonah Steinberg * Veils, Virgins, and the Tongues of Men and Angels--Mary Rose D'Angelo * The Veil in Their Minds and on Our Heads: Veiling Practices and Muslim Women--Homa Hoodfar * Women Who Walk on Water: Working across "Race" in Women Against Fundamentalism--Clara Connolly & Pragna Patel * Agency, Activism, and Agendas--Patricia Jeffrey * Tender Warriors--Linda Kintz * Getting Religion--Janet R. Jakobsen & Ann Pellegrini * Part V: Gender and Religion in the Politics of the Academy * The Academy as Real Life: New Participants & Paradigms in the Study of Religion--Judith Plaskow

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"These stimulating and sophisticated essays combine to create an essential collection of feminist studies in religion."--Margaret R. Miles, Graduate Theological Union