restricted access   Volume 26, Number 1, Spring 2010

Table of Contents

Special Introduction from the Religion and Politics Editor

Special Introduction from the Religion and Politics Editor

pp. 1-5

Articles

The Ethics of Breast-Feeding: A Feminist Theological Exploration

pp. 7-24

The Ferocious and the Erotic: “Beautiful” Medusa and the Neolithic Bird and Snake

pp. 25-41

Religious Belonging and the Multiple

pp. 43-62

Calling the Keeners: The Image of the Wailing Woman As Symbol of Survival in a Traumatized World

pp. 63-77

Religion and Politics

From Bush to Obama: Rethinking Sex and Religion in the United States’ Initiative to Combat Human Trafficking

pp. 79-99

In a Different Voice

Foreword

pp. 101-102

Demeter Opens the Mysteries, and; Persephone in Hades, and; Persephone Finds Ruth on the Threshing Floor, and; Demeter Speaks Truth to the Powers, and; Demeter Laughs, and; Persephone Hears a Layered Singing, and; Demeter Works on Non-attachment, and; A Nude Demeter Descending a Stairway, and; Demeter's Drum

pp. 101-102

Tkhine in Adar II (February, Leap Year), and; Tkhine in Iyar (May), and; Tkhine in Tammuz (July)

p. 112

Communion of Saints, and; Holy Thursday

pp. 115-120

Commemoration

pp. 121-122

Roundtable: Negotiating Feminist and Gender Studies

Roundtable: Negotiating Feminist and Gender Studies

pp. 123-128

Roundtable: Negotiating Feminist and Gender Studies

pp. 128-132

Roundtable: Negotiating Feminist and Gender Studies

pp. 132-134

Roundtable: Negotiating Feminist and Gender Studies

pp. 135-137

Roundtable: Negotiating Feminist and Gender Studies

pp. 137-139

Roundtable: Negotiating Feminist and Gender Studies

pp. 139-142

Review Essay

Confusion, Elision, and Erasure: Feminism, Religion, and Chinese Confucian Traditions

pp. 143-160

Notes on Contributors

Notes on Contributors

pp. 161-164