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Volume 24, Number 2, Fall 2008

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion

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Editors' Introduction

Editors' Introduction

pp. 1-3


Redeeming Indian "Christian" Womanhood?: Missionaries, Dalits, and Agency in Colonial India

pp. 5-27

When the Buddha Was a Woman: Reimagining Tradition in the Theravāda

pp. 29-44

Reclaiming the Hebrew Bible for Women: The Neoliberal Turn in Contemporary Feminist Scholarship

pp. 45-65

A Living Call: The Theological Challenge of the Juárez-Chihuahua Femicides

pp. 67-76

Follow That Crown: Or, Rhetoric, Rabbis, and Women Patrons

pp. 77-96

Walking with Latinas in the Struggle for Justice: A Case Study of El Centro Mujeres de la Esperanza

pp. 97-113

Womenpriests: Radical Change or More of the Same?

pp. 115-134

In a Different Voice

Hymn 10, and: Hymn 11, and: Hymn 20, and: Hymn 23, and: Hymn 25

pp. 135-139

The Moon from the Porch

p. 140

Why Orpah Returned Home and Ruth Stayed

p. 141

Roundtable Discussion: Feminist Spirituality

No-Self and the Calling Given to Anyone: The Challenge of Mysticism

pp. 143-159


Embodied Embedded Mysticism: Affirming The Self and Others in a Radically Interdependent World

pp. 159-167

Liberating Life

pp. 167-169

Authoring a Multiplicity of Selves and No-Self

pp. 169-172

The Call, Community, and Class: Feminist Frustrations with the Language of No-Self

pp. 173-177

On Mysticism, Latinas/os, and the Journey: A Reflection in Conversation with Mary Engel

pp. 178-183

Beyond the Confines of Duality: Insights from the Spiritual Quest of a Tendai Buddhist Woman Priest

pp. 183-187

Living it Out

Martin Luther King Jr. Revisited: A Black Power Feminist Pays Homage to the King

pp. 189-213

Notes on Contributors

Notes on Contributors

pp. 215-219

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