restricted access   Volume 28, Number 2, Fall 2012

Table of Contents

Editors’ Introduction

pp. 1-4


Mary Baker Eddy, the Woman Question, and Christian Salvation: Finding a Consistent Connection by Broadening the Boundaries of Feminist Scholarship

pp. 5-25

Sexism in Practice: Feminist Ethics Evaluating the Hookup Culture

pp. 27-48

Listening and Speaking as Two Sides of the Same Coin: Negotiating Dualisms in Intercultural Feminist Collaboration

pp. 49-67

More Slave Women, More Lewdness: Freedom and Honor in Rabbinic Constructions of Female Sexuality

pp. 69-87

Special Section in Memory of Mary Daly


pp. 89-90

Celebrating and Cerebrating Mary Daly (1928–2010)

pp. 90-93

Finding Necrophilia in Meat Eating: Mary Daly’s Evolving Femveg Perspective

pp. 93-98

Celebrating and Con-questioning Mary Daly

pp. 98-100

Lessons from Mary Daly

pp. 100-104

Necrophilia and Voyaging: Some Curious Connections

pp. 104-109

A Letter to Mary Daly

pp. 109-112

The Gift of Arguing with Mary Daly’s White Feminism

pp. 112-117

In a Different Voice

Diptych with Mary Magdalene

p. 119

Roundtable: HIV, Gender, and Religion

Charting the Paradigm Shifts in HIV Research: The Contribution of Gender and Religion Studies

pp. 121-129

A Body of Knowledge for HIV Research

pp. 129-133

Listening to the Particular through Action Research on HIV and AIDS

pp. 133-137

Hope for the Future

pp. 137-141

“Even When There Is No Rooster, the Morning Will Start”: Men, HIV, and African Theologies

pp. 141-145

The Circle’s Contribution to HIV Discourse on the Global Level

pp. 145-147

Notes on Contributors

pp. 149-154