This annotated bibliography, a volume in the Greenwood series, Bibliographies and Indexes in Religious Studies, provides access to the numerous writings, from the 1960s through the 1990s, on feminism and Christian tradition. Major feminist theologians and sociologists are represented. As a guide to further research, this cross-disciplinary approach presents themes and issues in both a historical and a topical framework. An extensive overview of feminism in relation to the women's movement, women's studies, sociology and American religion introduces the literature and provides a historical context for the nearly one thousand entries that follow. Cross-referenced throughout, the literature is presented in six thematic categories that include introductory and background materials, feminism and the development of feminist theology, topical literatures in feminist theology, feminism and womanist theology, religious leadership of women, and responses and recent developments. Separate author, subject, and title indexes complete the volume.An Annotated Bibliography and Critical Introduction to the Literature Mary-Paula Walsh. as aultraradicala thinkers. She argues that each addresses only one factor of oppression (either race or gender but not both) and neither ... For the dialogue, Lopata had argued that female students of Catholic high schools have aless realistic life-line projectionsa than do their public school counterparts, in that Catholic females focus almost exclusively on becoming wives and mothers withoutanbsp;...
|Title||:||Feminism and Christian Tradition: An Annotated Bibliography and Critical Introduction to the Literature|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 1999-05-30|