Volume 28, Number 1, Spring 2012

Table of Contents

Editors’ Introduction

pp. 1-4

Articles

Goddess Cults in Techno-Worlds: Tank Girl and the Borg Queen

pp. 5-24

Christianity, Reform, and the Reconstitution of Gender: The Case of Pandita Mary Ramabai

pp. 25-41

“The Cruelest of All Mothers”: Marie de l’Incarnation, Motherhood, and Christian Discipleship

pp. 43-62

Across Generations

An Interview with Jane D. Schaberg

pp. 63-73

Roundtable: Fifty Years of Reflection on Valerie Saiving’s “The Human Situation: A Feminine View”

Revisiting Valerie Saiving’s Challenge to Reinhold Niebuhr: Honoring Fifty Years of Reflection on “The Human Situation: A Feminine View”: Introduction and Overview

pp. 75-114

Valerie Saiving Reconsidered

pp. 79-86

Realist Binaries and the Borders of Possibility

pp. 86-90

Reinhold Niebuhr and the Feminist Critique of Universal Sin

pp. 91-96

Pride and the Symptoms of Sin

pp. 96-102

Experience and Relevance: Continuing to Learn from Niebuhr and Saiving

pp. 102-108

Revisiting Feminist Discussions of Sin and Genuine Humility

pp. 108-114

Rethinking Masculinized Sin: Critical Dialogue between Saiving and Niebuhr from an Asian Anti-military Feminist Perspective

pp. 115-121

Mad Men, Competitive Women, and Invisible Hispanics

pp. 121-126

Queering “The Human Situation”

pp. 126-131

Bibliography

pp. 132-133

In a Different Voice

Dialogue of Soul and Female, and; Prayer for Afghan Women

pp. 135-137

gestures

pp. 138-139

Roundtable: Democracy’s Hope: Feminist Classrooms as Counterpublic Spaces

Religious Studies Classrooms as Counterpublic Spaces: A Feminist Theological and Theatrical Perspective

pp. 141-156

Religious Pluralism and American Democracy: How the World Religions Classroom Can Become a Site of Struggle

pp. 157-164

Mindful Breathing: Creating Counterpublic Space in the Religious Studies Classroom

pp. 164-177

Antiracist Theological Education as a Site of Struggle for Justice

pp. 178-189

Feminist Classrooms as Counterpublic Spaces: Notes on the Education They Provide and the Challenges They Face

pp. 189-195

Living it Out

Liberating Praxes of Latin American Women Educators in El Salvador, Nicaragua, Bolivia, and Argentina

pp. 197-214

Notes on Contributors

pp. 215-220