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Feminist Studies and Sacred Texts
Feminist Sudies and Sacred Texts makes available innovative and provocative research on the interface of feminist studies and sacred texts. It is inclusive of religious texts from both established and new religious traditions and movements. Books in the series are grounded in religious studies perspectives, theories, and methodologies, while also engaging with the wide spectrum of feminist studies, including women’s studies, gender studies, sexuality studies, masculinity studies, and queer studies. They also embrace intersectional discourses such as postcolonialism, ecology, disability, class, race, and ethnicity studies. Furthermore, they experiment with inter- and cross-religious perspectives that move beyond conventional disciplinary boundaries. The series publishes monographs and edited collections that critically locate feminist studies and sacred texts within the historical, cultural, sociological, anthropological, comparative, political, and religious contexts in which they were produced, read, and continue to shape present practices and discourses.
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Rape Culture and Religious Studies: Critical and Pedagogical Engagements
RHIANNON GRAYBILL; MEREDITH MINISTER AND BEATRICE LAWRENCE -
RHIANNON GRAYBILL; MERE...
Lexington Books • April 2019 • Monograph
Jewish Feminism: Framed and Reframed
Lexington Books • March 2018 • Monograph
Feminist Theory and the Bible: Interrogating the Sources
Lexington Books • September 2017 • Monograph
Unraveling and Reweaving Sacred Canon in Africana Womanhood
ROSETTA E. ROSS AND ROSE MARY AMENGA-ETEGO -
LIZ S. ALEXANDER; ROSE MARY AMENGA-ETEG...
Lexington Books • December 2015 • Monograph