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A garland of feminist reflections : forty years of religious exploration /

Main Author: Gross, Rita M.
Format: Book
Published: Berkeley : University of California Press, c2009.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introducing A garland of feminist reflections
  • How did this ever happen to me? : a Wisconsin farm girl who became a Buddhist theologian when she grew up
  • Five essays on method
  • Androcentrism and androgyny in the methodology of history of religions
  • Where have we been? Where do we need to go? : key questions for women studies in religion and feminist theology
  • The place of the personal and the subjective in religious studies
  • Methodology : tool or trap? : comments from a feminist perspective
  • What went wrong? : feminism and freedom from the prison of gender roles
  • Theory applied : three tests
  • Menstruation and childbirth as ritual and religious experience among native Australians
  • Toward a new model of the Hindu pantheon : a report on twenty-some years of feminist reflection
  • The prepatriarchal hypothesis : an assessment
  • Feminist theology
  • Steps toward feminine imagery of deity in Jewish theology
  • Is the (Hindu) goddess a feminist?
  • Life-giving images in Vajrayana Buddhist ritual
  • Feminist theology as theology of religions
  • Buddhist Feminism : Feminist Buddhism
  • The clarity in the anger
  • Why (engaged) Buddhists should care about gender issues
  • The dharma of gender
  • Yeshe Tsogyel : enlightened consort, great teacher, female role model
  • Buddhist women and teaching authority
  • Is the glass half-empty or half-full? : a feminist assessment of Buddhism at the beginning of the twenty-first century
  • Being a North American Buddhist woman : reflections of a feminist pioneer.