1. The Ethics of Breast-Feeding: A Feminist Theological Exploration
  2. Rachel Muers
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  1. The Ferocious and the Erotic: “Beautiful” Medusa and the Neolithic Bird and Snake
  2. Miriam Robbins Dexter
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  1. Religious Belonging and the Multiple
  2. Michelle Voss Roberts
  3. pp. 43-62
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  1. Calling the Keeners: The Image of the Wailing Woman As Symbol of Survival in a Traumatized World
  2. L. Juliana M. Claassens
  3. pp. 63-77
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  1. From Bush to Obama: Rethinking Sex and Religion in the United States’ Initiative to Combat Human Trafficking
  2. Yvonne C. Zimmerman
  3. pp. 79-99
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  1. Tkhine in Adar II (February, Leap Year), and; Tkhine in Iyar (May), and; Tkhine in Tammuz (July)
  2. Lenore Weiss
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  1. Communion of Saints, and; Holy Thursday
  2. Julie Stoner
  3. pp. 115-120
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  1. Commemoration
  2. Lisa Dordal
  3. pp. 121-122
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  1. Roundtable: Negotiating Feminist and Gender Studies
  2. Larisa Reznik
  3. pp. 123-128
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  1. Roundtable: Negotiating Feminist and Gender Studies
  2. Kathleen Roberts Skerrett
  3. pp. 128-132
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  1. Roundtable: Negotiating Feminist and Gender Studies
  2. Elizabeth M. Bucar
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  1. Roundtable: Negotiating Feminist and Gender Studies
  2. Deborah Whitehead
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  1. Roundtable: Negotiating Feminist and Gender Studies
  2. Molly Farneth
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  1. Roundtable: Negotiating Feminist and Gender Studies
  2. Irene Oh
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  1. Confusion, Elision, and Erasure: Feminism, Religion, and Chinese Confucian Traditions
  2. Vivian-Lee Nyitray
  3. pp. 143-160
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  1. Special Introduction from the Religion and Politics Editor
  2. Elizabeth Pritchard
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  1. Foreword
  2. Susan McCaslin
  3. pp. 101-102
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 161-164
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