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Braude, Ann

Gendering Religion and Politics

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Hanna Herzog, Ann Braude

Part I. Gender, Religion, and politics: Contingent Relations

2. Nativism and the Politics of Gender in Catholicism and Islam
Jose Casanova

3. Imagined Communities: State, Religion, and Gender in Jewish Settlements
Hanna Herzog

4. Contemporary American Catholicism and the Challenge of Gender Equality
Mary C. Segers

Part II. Women’S Agency between Religion and State

5. From the Moabite Ruth to Norly the Filipino: Intermarriage and Conversion in the Jewish Nation State
Daphna Hacker

6. Seeking Recognition: Women’s Struggle for Full Citizenship in the Community of Religious Worship
Pnina Lahav

7. “Subway Women” and the American Near East Relief in Anatolia, 1919–1924
Anat Lapidot-Firilla

8. Global Sisterhood: Transnational Perspectives on Gender and Religion
Gertrud Hüwelmeier

Part III. Gender Spaces: Culture, Religion, and Politics

9. Feminism, Democracy, and Empire: Islam and the War on Terror
Saba Mahmood

10. Patriarchal Ecumenism, Feminism, and Women’s Religious Experiences in Costa Rica
Elina Vuola

11. The Boundaries of Liberation, the Chains of Freedom: Urban Women in 1960s Egyptian Popular Cinema
Shmulik Bachar

12. Language, Gender, and Power in Morocco
Fatima Sadiqi

Keywords: Social Sciences, Gender Studies, Political Sociology, Sociology of Religion, International Relations

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
307 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-37759-6

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