|Title||Gendering religion and politics : Untangling modernities / edited by Hanna Herzog and Ann Braude|
|Imprint||New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009|
|Descript||x, 297p. : ill ; 22 cm|
Introduction: untangling modernities. -- Nativism and the politics of gender in Catholicism and Islam. -- Imagined communities: state, religion, and gender in Jewish settlements. -- Contemporary American Catholicism and the challenge of gender equality. -- From the Moabite Ruth to Norly the Filipino: intermarriage and conservation in the Jewish nation state. -- Seeking recognition: Women's struggle for full citizenship in the community if religious worship. -- "Subway women" and the American near East relief in Anatolia, 1919-1924. -- Global sisterhood: transnational perspectives on gender and religion. -- Feminism, democracy, and empire: Islam and the war on terror. -- Patriarchal ecumenism, feminism, and women's religious experiences in Costa Rica. -- The boundaries of liberation, the chains of freedom: urban women in 1960's Egyptian popular cinema. -- Language, gender, adn power in Morocco.
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