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  Volume 29, Number 2, Fall 2013

Table of Contents

Editors’ Introduction

pp. 1-4


Religion and (Dis)Ability in Early Feminism

pp. 5-24

Islam, Feminism, and Islamic Feminism: Between Inadequacy and Inevitability

pp. 25-45

Maghrebian Feminism Meets the Bride of God

pp. 47-73

2013 Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza New Scholar Award First-Place Winner

Collyridian Déjà Vu: The Trajectory of Redaction of the Markers of Mary’s Liturgical Leadership

pp. 75-92

In a Different Voice

Prison Diary of a Child Bride

p. 93

Review Essay

Radical Women in the Struggle: A Review of Recent Literature on the Civil Rights and Black Freedom Movements

pp. 95-115

Roundtable: The Future of Feminist Biblical Studies


pp. 117-120

The Politics of Reading: US Latinas, Biblical Studies, and Retrofitted Memory in Demetria Martínez’s Mother Tongue

pp. 120-131

Uncertain Futures: Institutional Brokenness and Other Feminist Quandaries of Belonging

pp. 131-138

Scriptures and Identity Formation: Transgressing the Boundaries of Disciplinary Readings

pp. 138-146

Biblical Studies and Childhood Studies: A Fertile, Interdisciplinary Space for Feminists

pp. 146-153

Unjust Signifying Practices: Submission and Subordination among Christian Fundamentalists

pp. 154-161

Living it Out: Feminist Liberation Commitments


pp. 163-164

Jewish Feminist Justice Work: Focus on Israel/Palestine

pp. 164-169

What Has Occupy Got to Do with Feminist Liberation Theology?

pp. 169-172

Feminist Liberation Commitments Enacted

pp. 172-175

Do It and Name It: Feminist Theology and Peace Building in Bosnia and Herzegovina

pp. 176-184

Notes on Contributors

pp. 185-188

Research Areas


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