The Resource Encyclopedia of women and religion in North America, edited by Rosemary Skinner Keller and Rosemary Radford Ruether ; associate editor, Marie Cantlon

Encyclopedia of women and religion in North America, edited by Rosemary Skinner Keller and Rosemary Radford Ruether ; associate editor, Marie Cantlon

Encyclopedia of women and religion in North America
Encyclopedia of women and religion in North America
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edited by Rosemary Skinner Keller and Rosemary Radford Ruether ; associate editor, Marie Cantlon
A fundamental and well-illustrated reference collection for anyone interested in the role of women in North American religious life
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Encyclopedia of women and religion in North America, edited by Rosemary Skinner Keller and Rosemary Radford Ruether ; associate editor, Marie Cantlon
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  • Nancy A. Hardesty
  • Sanctified Church(es)
  • Cheryl Townsend Gilkes
  • Fundamentalism
  • Margaret L. Bendroth
  • America's evangelical women: more than wives and mothers: reformers, ministers, and leaders
  • Jane Harris
  • Charismatic movement
  • R. Marie Griffith
  • Euro-American evangelical feminism
  • Evangelical Protestantism.
  • Reta Halteman Finger and S. Sue Horner
  • Hispanic Protestantism.
  • U.S. Latina evangélicas
  • Elizabeth Conde-Frazier and Loida I. Martell Otero
  • Race and gender in Latina experience
  • Teresa Chávez Sauceda
  • Hispanic Pentecostal women
  • Gastón Espinosa
  • Asian Protestantism.
  • Asian Pacific American Protestant women
  • Women in Pentecostalism
  • Rita Nakashima Brock and Nami Kim
  • pt. 5. Women in Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox traditions.
  • Women in Orthodox Christian traditions
  • Demetra Velisarios Jaquet
  • Oriental Orthodox traditions and the Armenian Apostolic Church
  • Barbara J. Merguerian
  • An orthodox perspective on feminist theology
  • Valerie A. Karras
  • pt. 6. Judaism.
  • Reform Judaism
  • Edith Blumhofer
  • Karla Goldman
  • Tradition and change: finding the right balance: Conservative and Reconstructionist Judaism
  • Shuly Rubin Schwartz
  • Orthodox Jewish women in America: diversity, challenges, and coming of age
  • Blu Greenberg
  • Jewish women and ritual
  • Hasia R. Diner
  • Jewish law and gender
  • Norma Baumel Joseph
  • Anti-Semitism
  • Women in the Salvation Army
  • Riv-Ellen Prell
  • pt. 7. Islam.
  • Islam, women, and the struggle for identity in North America
  • Yvonne Yazbeck Haddad
  • African American Muslim women
  • Aminah Beverly McCloud
  • Women, Islam, and mosques
  • Ingrid Mattson
  • Women's issues in American Islam
  • Jane I. Smith
  • Diane Winston
  • pt. 8. Asian religions. Buddhism.
  • Origins of Buddhism in North America
  • Lori Pierce
  • Women and Zen Buddhisms: Japanese, Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese
  • Miriam Levering and Grace Jill Schireson
  • The way of the elders: Theravada Buddhism, including the Vipassana movement
  • Sandy Boucher
  • Tibetan Buddhism
  • Amy Lavine
  • Hinduism.
  • Revivalism
  • Hinduism in North America including emerging issues
  • Vasudha Narayanan
  • New Hindu movements
  • Kathleen M. Erndl
  • Chinese religions.
  • Religions of Chinese immigrant communities and Chinese religions practiced in North America by non-Chinese people
  • Vivian-Lee Nyitray
  • Japanese religions.
  • Religions of Japanese immigrants and Japanese American communities
  • Ruth M. Tabrah
  • Priscilla Pope-Levison
  • Other religions.
  • Women and Jainism in North America
  • Anne Vallely
  • Sikh women in North America
  • Nikky-Guninder Kaur Singh
  • Holiness movements
  • Gender and social roles
  • Susan Hill Lindley
  • North American women interpret scripture
  • J. Shannon Clarkson and Letty M. Russell
  • Women's religious imagination
  • Mary Farrell Bednarowski
  • Social ethics, women, and religion
  • Marilyn J. Legge
  • The psychology of women's religious experience
  • Ann Belford Ulanov
  • Introduction:
  • Women's spiritual biography and autobiography
  • Rosemary Skinner Keller
  • pt. 2. Women in indigenous and African traditions.
  • Native American creation stories
  • Laura Adams Weaver
  • Native American women and Christianity
  • Kim Stone
  • American Indian boarding schools
  • Andrea Smith
  • Appropriation of Native American religious traditions
  • Integrating the worlds of women's religious experience in North America
  • Andrea Smith
  • Religious exchange in Aframerindian life
  • Patrick Neal Minges
  • Women in African Caribbean religious traditions
  • Dianne M. Stewart
  • pt. 3. Catholicism.
  • Women in North American Catholicism
  • Rosemary Radford Ruether
  • Religious women in colonial Mexico
  • Kathleen Ann Myers
  • Rosemary Skinner Keller and Rosemary Radford Ruether
  • Godmothers and goddaughters: Catholic women in colonial New France and New England
  • Lisa J.M. Poirier
  • American Catholic women, 1820-1900: from the Jacksonian period to the progressive era
  • Holly Folk
  • African American Catholic women
  • Cecilia A. Moore
  • Latina popular Catholicism
  • Jeanette Rodriguez
  • Asian and Pacific American Catholic women
  • Jocelyn M. Eclarin Azada
  • pt. 1. Approaches to the history of women and religion.
  • American Catholic women, 1900-1965
  • Debra Campbell
  • American Catholic women since Vatican Council II
  • Mary Jo Weaver
  • Determined builders, powerful voices: women and Catholicism in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Quebec and Canada
  • Carolyn Sharp
  • pt. 4. Protestantism. Colonial period.
  • Women and Protestantism in colonial New England
  • Rebecca Larson
  • Protestant women in the Mid-Atlantic colonies
  • Women and religion: methods of study and reflection
  • Alison Duncan Hirsch
  • Southern colonial Protestant women
  • Cynthia Lynn Lyerly
  • Protestantism in British North America (Canada)
  • Marilyn Färdig Whiteley
  • Denominational traditions.
  • Women and African American denominations
  • Sandy Dwayne Martin
  • Women of Anabaptist traditions
  • Marlene Epp
  • Rita M. Gross
  • Women in the American Episcopal Church
  • Fredrica Harris Thompsett
  • Women in the Anglican Church in Canada
  • Sharon Anne Cook
  • Baptist women
  • Carolyn D. Blevins
  • Christian Church/Disciples of Christ tradition and women
  • Loretta M. Long
  • Women and Lutheranism
  • Mary Todd
  • Religions and modern feminism
  • Methodist women
  • Jean Miller Schmidt and Sara J. Myers
  • Quaker women in North America
  • Mary Van Vleck Garman
  • Women in Reformed churches
  • Rebecca Button Prichard
  • Presbyterian women in America
  • Lois A. Boyd
  • Women in the United Church of Canada
  • Phyllis D. Airhart
  • Ann Braude
  • Women in the United Church of Christ
  • Barbara Brown Zikmund
  • Women in the Unitarian Universalist movement
  • Cynthia Grant Tucker
  • Settlement House movement
  • Eleanor J. Stebner
  • Social Gospel
  • Susan Hill Lindley
  • Women and Garveyism
  • Anthea D. Butler
  • Civil rights movement
  • Rosetta E. Ross
  • Engaged Buddhist women
  • Judith Simmer-Brown
  • pt. 11.
  • Women's freedom and reproductive rights: the core fear of patriarchy
  • Frances Kissling
  • Ecofeminism
  • Heather Eaton
  • Jewish women's service organizations
  • Dianne Ashton
  • Abundant life for all: the Young Women's Christian Association
  • Janine M. Denomme
  • Women and religion in the borderlands
  • Daisy L. Machado
  • Women, religion, and social reform.
  • Turning off the taps: public policy in Canada
  • Lois M. Wilson
  • The public leadership of women of faith: entrepreneurs, social alchemists, and bearers of religion in the world
  • Katharine R. Henderson
  • pt. 12. Women-centered theology.
  • Womanist theology
  • Emilie M. Townes
  • Euro-American feminist theology
  • Lucy Tatman
  • Las Hermanas: Latinas and religious / political activism
  • Nineteenth- and twentieth-century Protestant social reform movements in the United States
  • Lara Medina
  • Mujerista theology
  • Ada María Isasi-Díaz
  • Latina Roman Catholic theologies
  • Nancy Pineda-Madrid
  • Rebirth of the religion of the goddess
  • Carol P. Christ
  • Women's issues in contemporary North American Buddhism
  • Rita M. Gross
  • Lesbian and bisexual Issues in religion
  • Carolyn DeSwarte Gifford
  • Mary E. Hunt
  • Jewish feminism
  • Judith Plaskow
  • The case for native liberation theology
  • Andrea Smith
  • pt. 13. Contemporary women's issues in religion.
  • Women-church
  • Mary E. Hunt
  • New feminist ritual
  • Janet Walton
  • Antislavery, abolitionism
  • Women and healing in North America
  • Susan M. Setta
  • Women in Protestant church societies and bureaucracies
  • Susan M. Hartmann
  • Plural religious identities and households
  • Rita DasGupta Sherma
  • Women's contributions to Jewish-Christian relations
  • Mary C. Boys
  • Canadian women's religious issues
  • Tracy J. Trothen
  • Anna M. Speicher
  • Inclusive language
  • Susan Thistlewaite
  • New religious right
  • Laura R. Olson
  • Sexuality and the Black church
  • Kelly Brown Douglas
  • Girlfriend theology: adolescent girls and faith communities
  • Dori Grinenko Baker
  • Women and peace movements in North America
  • Valarie Ziegler
  • Carlos F. Cardoza-Orlandi
  • Christian Science
  • Sarah Gardner Cunningham
  • Clara Evans Muhammad: pioneering social activism in the original Nation of Islam
  • Debra Mubashir Majeed
  • Theosophy, New Thought, and New Age movements
  • Catherine Wessinger, Dell deChant, and William Michael Ashcraft
  • Spiritualism
  • Cathy Gutierrez
  • Women in the North American Baha'i community
  • pt. 9. Newer religious movements.
  • Sandra Hutchinson and Richard Hollinger
  • Women in new religious movements since the 1960s
  • Susan J. Palmer
  • Women in Jewish renewal
  • Reena Sigman Friedman
  • Ancient matriarchies in nineteenth- and twentieth-century feminist thought
  • Cynthia Eller
  • Women in the Wiccan religion and contemporary paganism
  • Selena Fox
  • pt. 10. Multidenominational movements.
  • Women in communitarian societies
  • The Deaconess movement
  • Cynthia A. Jurisson
  • Missionary movement.
  • Protestant women missionaries: foreign and home
  • Dana L. Robert
  • American Catholic women missionaries: 1870-2000
  • Angelyn Dries
  • Women's societies.
  • Leadership and community building in Protestant women's organizations
  • Rosemary Skinner Keller
  • Rosemary Radford Ruether
  • "Lifting as we climb": National Association of Colored Women (NACW) / National Council of Negro Women (NCNW)
  • Marcia Y. Riggs
  • Religious education.
  • Women and catechetics in the Roman Catholic tradition
  • Mary L. Putrow
  • Catholic women's colleges in the United States
  • Tracy Schier
  • Conservative Christian strategies in education
  • James C. Carper and Brian D. Ray
  • Women and Jewish education
  • Mormon women
  • David E. Kaufman
  • Protestant Sunday schools and religious education
  • Virginia Lieson Brereton
  • Protestant women's colleges in the United States
  • Kathleen S. Hurty
  • Women in theological education
  • Jeanne P. McLean
  • When women enter the classroom: theory, theology, and teaching
  • Barbara J. Blodgett
  • The ordination movement.
  • Claudia L. Bushman
  • Protestant women's ordination movement
  • Barbara Brown Zikmund
  • The women's ordination movement in the Roman Catholic Church
  • Maureen Fiedler and Dolly Pomerleau
  • Jewish women's ordination
  • Pamela S. Nadell
  • Protestant female preaching in the United States
  • Catherine A. Brekus
  • Music and the arts.
  • Women hymn writers
  • Women in the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
  • Edith Blumhofer
  • African American hymnody
  • Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan
  • Women's novels and religion, 1780-1900
  • Diane Capitani
  • Women, religion, and American film
  • Judith Weisenfeld
  • Rita M. Lester
  • Vodou, spiritism, and Santería: hybridity and identity in Caribbean religions
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