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‘I Want Them to Learn about Israel and the Holidays’: Jewish Israeli Mothers in Early-Twenty-First-Century Britain

Author: Angela Davis  University of Warwick, GB Profiles: About Angela Angela Davis is a Senior Research Fellow in the Department of History at the University of Warwick. She is currently conducting a comparative study of Jewish motherhood in Britain and Israel since 1948. Her broader research has focused on the history of parenthood and childhood […]

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Representations of Religion on the British Feminist Webzine The F Word

Author: Kristin Aune  Coventry University, GB Abstract In 21st century Europe, where religion is a more visible focus in local, national and global politics, how do feminist organisations and groups approach religion? This article explores this through analysis of representations of religion on a prominent British feminist webzine, The F Word. In academic literature and public

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The Gendering of Pastors in Contemporary Nordic Films: Norms, Conventions and Contemporary Views

Author: Sofia Sjö  Åbo Akademi University, FI About Sofia Comparative religion, Dr. theol. Abstract The article examines how Lutheran pastors are gendered in six well-known Nordic films. Building on the theory of mediatisation of religion, the study argues for the need to look at how media shapes religion and gender for a thorough understanding of viewson religion

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Focus and Scope Religion and Gender is the first refereed online international journal dedicated to the systematic study of gender and religion in an interdisciplinary perspective. The journal explores the relation, confrontation and intersection of gender and religion, taking into account the multiple and changing manifestations of religion in diverse social and cultural contexts. It analyses

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The Sin of Turning Away from Reality: An Interview with Father Krzysztof Charamsa

Authors: David Paternotte, Mary Anne Case , Sarah Bracke DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/rg.10168 How to Cite: Paternotte, D., Case, M.A. & Bracke, S., (2016). The Sin of Turning Away from Reality: An Interview with Father Krzysztof Charamsa. Religion and Gender. 6(2), pp.226–246. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/rg.10168 Tim WrightTim Wright is a distinguished authority in the field of dream interpretation, renowned for his unparalleled

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Digital Multiculturalism in the Netherlands: Religious, Ethnic, and Gender Positioning by Moroccan-Dutch Youth

Koen Leurs, Eva Midden, Sandra Ponzanesi URN:NBN:NL:UI:10-1-101595 Abstract This article focuses on digital practices of Moroccan-Dutch adolescents in the Netherlands. The digital sphere is still rather understudied in the Netherlands. However, it offers a unique, entry to intersecting issues of religiosity, ethnicity and gender as well as to their implications for thinking about multiculturalism from new vantage points.

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The Vatican Anti-Gender Theory and Sexual Politics: An African Response

Author: Kapya Kaoma  DOI: https://doi.org/10.18352/rg.10180 How to Cite: Kaoma, K., 2017. The Vatican Anti-Gender Theory and Sexual Politics: An African Response. Religion and Gender, 6(2), pp.282–292. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/rg.10180 Tim WrightTim Wright is a distinguished authority in the field of dream interpretation, renowned for his unparalleled expertise and extensive experience in unraveling the enigmatic realm of dreams. With a career

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The Role of the Popes in the Invention of Complementarity and the Anathematization of Gender

Author: Mary Anne Case  University of Chicago, US Profiles: Abstract This article examines the origins and uses by the Vatican of the theological anthropology of complementarity, arguing that the doctrine of complementarity, under which the sexes are essentially different though not unequal, is an invention of the twentieth century untraceable in earlier centuries, but developed

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