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Feminist narratives and the sociology of religion

Author: Nancy Nason-Clark; Mary Jo Neitz
Publisher: Walnut Creek, CA : AltaMira Press, ©2001.
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Despite the steady growth of feminism in sociology, little attention has been paid to feminist research on religion. Nason-Clark and Neitz begin to fill this gap, asking leading feminist sociologists  Read more...

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Feminist narratives and the sociology of religion.
Walnut Creek, CA : AltaMira Press, c2001
(OCoLC)606645438
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nancy Nason-Clark; Mary Jo Neitz
ISBN: 0759101981 9780759101982 0759101973 9780759101975
OCLC Number: 47718005
Description: vi, 141 p. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Feminist narratives and the sociology of religion / Nancy Nason-Clark and Mary Jo Neitz --
Making the sacred safe : woman abuse and communities of faith / Nancy Nason-Clark --
Queering the dragonfest : changing sexualities in a post-patriarchal religion / Mary Jo Neitz --
Women and clergywomen / Joy Charlton --
Studying close to home : the intersection of life and work / Lynn Davidman --
Hidden truths and cultures of secrecy : reflections on gender and ethnicity in the study of religion / Janet Liebman Jacobs --
Women clergy research and the sociology of religion / Adair T. Lummin and Paula D. Nesbitt --
Women's spirituality research : doing feminism / Tanice G. Foltz --
Boundaries and silences in a post-feminist sociology / Penny Edgill Becker --
Gender and religious work / Zoey A. Heyer-Grey --
Language, gender and context in an immigrant ministry : new spaces for the pastor's wife / Ann M. Detwiler-Breidenbach --
A clergywomen of the new generation : evolving interpretations of gender and faith / Robin Albee --
Mother Mary : the (re)construction of a female icon / Michelle Spencer-Arsenault --
Personal encounters with sociology, religion, and issues of gender / Lenora Sleep.
Responsibility: edited by Nancy Nason-Clark, Mary Jo Neitz.

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This book is refreshing and bold as each contributor narrates the ways in which her own biography intertwines with her scholarly work on gender issues...'Must' reading for both methods and gender Read more...

 
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