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Volume 27, Number 1, Spring 2011

Table of Contents


Editors' Introduction

pp. 1-4


Gendering Buddhism: The Miaoshan Legend Reconsidered

pp. 5-31

In the Footsteps of the Buddha?: Women and the Bodhisatta Path in Theravāda Buddhism

pp. 33-51

Literacy and Power: The Shiyour as a Site of Subordination and Empowerment for Chabad Women

pp. 53-74

Women's Working Poverty: Feminist and Religious Alliances in the Living Wage Movement

pp. 75-93

In a Different Voice

The Phenomenology of Angels

pp. 95-96


Celebrating Feminist Work by Knowing It

pp. 97-105

Envisioning a Spiritualized Feminist The*logical Tradition: Being the Change We Want to See

pp. 105-110

Celebrating Our Latina Feminist Foremothers: A Response to Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza

pp. 110-114

Expanding the Concepts and the Field: Feminist Liberation Theology and Beyond

pp. 114-118

Muslim Feminist Birthdays

pp. 119-122

Celebrating Feminist Birthdays: Bringing Filiative and Affiliative Together

pp. 123-127

Cutting Edges

The Last Dualism: Life and Death in Goddess Feminist Thealogy

pp. 129-145


Notes on Contributors

pp. 147-149

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