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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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Names: Keller, Rosemary Skinner. | Ruether, Rosemary Radford. | Cantlon, Marie.
Published: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c2006.
Topics: Women and religion - North America - Encyclopedias. | Women - Religious life - North America - Encyclopedias. | Women - North America - Religious aspects - Encyclopedias.
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245 00|aEncyclopedia of women and religion in North America /|cedited by Rosemary Skinner Keller and Rosemary Radford Ruether ; associate editor, Marie Cantlon.
260 |aBloomington :|bIndiana University Press,|cc2006.
300 |a3 v. (ix, 1394 p.) :|bill. ;|c29 cm.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|gIntroduction:|tIntegrating the worlds of women's religious experience in North America /|rRosemary Skinner Keller and Rosemary Radford Ruether --|gpt. 1. Approaches to the history of women and religion.|tWomen and religion: methods of study and reflection /|rRita M. Gross --|tReligions and modern feminism /|rAnn Braude --|tGender and social roles /|rSusan Hill Lindley --|tNorth American women interpret scripture /|rJ. Shannon Clarkson and Letty M. Russell --|tWomen's religious imagination /|rMary Farrell Bednarowski --|tSocial ethics, women, and religion /|rMarilyn J. Legge --|tThe psychology of women's religious experience /|rAnn Belford Ulanov --|tWomen's spiritual biography and autobiography /|rRosemary Skinner Keller --|gpt. 2. Women in indigenous and African traditions.|tNative American creation stories /|rLaura Adams Weaver --|tNative American women and Christianity /|rKim Stone --|tAmerican Indian boarding schools /|rAndrea Smith --|tAppropriation of Native American religious traditions /|rAndrea Smith --|tReligious exchange in Aframerindian life /|rPatrick Neal Minges --|tWomen in African Caribbean religious traditions /|rDianne M. Stewart --|gpt. 3. Catholicism.|tWomen in North American Catholicism /|rRosemary Radford Ruether --|tReligious women in colonial Mexico /|rKathleen Ann Myers --|tGodmothers and goddaughters: Catholic women in colonial New France and New England /|rLisa J.M. Poirier --|tAmerican Catholic women, 1820-1900: from the Jacksonian period to the progressive era /|rHolly Folk --|tAfrican American Catholic women /|rCecilia A. Moore --|tLatina popular Catholicism /|rJeanette Rodriguez --|tAsian and Pacific American Catholic women /|rJocelyn M. Eclarin Azada --|tAmerican Catholic women, 1900-1965 /|rDebra Campbell --|tAmerican Catholic women since Vatican Council II /|rMary Jo Weaver --|tDetermined builders, powerful voices: women and Catholicism in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Quebec and Canada /|rCarolyn Sharp --|gpt. 4. Protestantism. Colonial period.|tWomen and Protestantism in colonial New England /|rRebecca Larson --|tProtestant women in the Mid-Atlantic colonies /|rAlison Duncan Hirsch --|tSouthern colonial Protestant women /|rCynthia Lynn Lyerly --|tProtestantism in British North America (Canada) /|rMarilyn Färdig Whiteley --|gDenominational traditions.|tWomen and African American denominations /|rSandy Dwayne Martin --|tWomen of Anabaptist traditions /|rMarlene Epp --|tWomen in the American Episcopal Church /|rFredrica Harris Thompsett --|tWomen in the Anglican Church in Canada /|rSharon Anne Cook --|tBaptist women /|rCarolyn D. Blevins --|tChristian Church/Disciples of Christ tradition and women /|rLoretta M. Long --|tWomen and Lutheranism /|rMary Todd --|tMethodist women /|rJean Miller Schmidt and Sara J. Myers --|tQuaker women in North America /|rMary Van Vleck Garman --|tWomen in Reformed churches /|rRebecca Button Prichard --|tPresbyterian women in America /|rLois A. Boyd --|tWomen in the United Church of Canada /|rPhyllis D. Airhart --|tWomen in the United Church of Christ /|rBarbara Brown Zikmund --|tWomen in the Unitarian Universalist movement /|rCynthia Grant Tucker --
505 00|gEvangelical Protestantism.|tWomen in Pentecostalism /|rEdith Blumhofer --|tWomen in the Salvation Army /|rDiane Winston --|tRevivalism /|rPriscilla Pope-Levison --|tHoliness movements /|rNancy A. Hardesty --|tSanctified Church(es) /|rCheryl Townsend Gilkes --|tFundamentalism /|rMargaret L. Bendroth --|tAmerica's evangelical women: more than wives and mothers: reformers, ministers, and leaders /|rJane Harris --|tCharismatic movement /|rR. Marie Griffith --|tEuro-American evangelical feminism /|rReta Halteman Finger and S. Sue Horner --|gHispanic Protestantism.|tU.S. Latina evangélicas /|rElizabeth Conde-Frazier and Loida I. Martell Otero --|tRace and gender in Latina experience /|rTeresa Chávez Sauceda --|tHispanic Pentecostal women /|rGastón Espinosa --|gAsian Protestantism.|tAsian Pacific American Protestant women /|rRita Nakashima Brock and Nami Kim --|gpt. 5. Women in Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox traditions.|tWomen in Orthodox Christian traditions /|rDemetra Velisarios Jaquet --|tOriental Orthodox traditions and the Armenian Apostolic Church /|rBarbara J. Merguerian --|tAn orthodox perspective on feminist theology /|rValerie A. Karras --|gpt. 6. Judaism.|tReform Judaism /|rKarla Goldman --|tTradition and change: finding the right balance: Conservative and Reconstructionist Judaism /|rShuly Rubin Schwartz --|tOrthodox Jewish women in America: diversity, challenges, and coming of age /|rBlu Greenberg --|tJewish women and ritual /|rHasia R. Diner --|tJewish law and gender /|rNorma Baumel Joseph --|tAnti-Semitism /|rRiv-Ellen Prell --|gpt. 7. Islam.|tIslam, women, and the struggle for identity in North America /|rYvonne Yazbeck Haddad --|tAfrican American Muslim women /|rAminah Beverly McCloud --|tWomen, Islam, and mosques /|rIngrid Mattson --|tWomen's issues in American Islam /|rJane I. Smith --|gpt. 8. Asian religions. Buddhism.|tOrigins of Buddhism in North America /|rLori Pierce --|tWomen and Zen Buddhisms: Japanese, Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese /|rMiriam Levering and Grace Jill Schireson --|tThe way of the elders: Theravada Buddhism, including the Vipassana movement /|rSandy Boucher --|tTibetan Buddhism /|rAmy Lavine --|gHinduism.|tHinduism in North America including emerging issues /|rVasudha Narayanan --|tNew Hindu movements /|rKathleen M. Erndl --|gChinese religions.|tReligions of Chinese immigrant communities and Chinese religions practiced in North America by non-Chinese people /|rVivian-Lee Nyitray --|gJapanese religions.|tReligions of Japanese immigrants and Japanese American communities /|rRuth M. Tabrah --|gOther religions.|tWomen and Jainism in North America /|rAnne Vallely --|tSikh women in North America /|rNikky-Guninder Kaur Singh --
505 00|gpt. 9. Newer religious movements.|tWomen in communitarian societies /|rRosemary Radford Ruether --|tMormon women /|rClaudia L. Bushman --|tWomen in the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints /|rRita M. Lester --|tVodou, spiritism, and Santería: hybridity and identity in Caribbean religions /|rCarlos F. Cardoza-Orlandi --|tChristian Science /|rSarah Gardner Cunningham --|tClara Evans Muhammad: pioneering social activism in the original Nation of Islam /|rDebra Mubashir Majeed --|tTheosophy, New Thought, and New Age movements /|rCatherine Wessinger, Dell deChant, and William Michael Ashcraft --|tSpiritualism /|rCathy Gutierrez --|tWomen in the North American Baha'i community /|rSandra Hutchinson and Richard Hollinger --|tWomen in new religious movements since the 1960s /|rSusan J. Palmer --|tWomen in Jewish renewal /|rReena Sigman Friedman --|tAncient matriarchies in nineteenth- and twentieth-century feminist thought /|rCynthia Eller --|tWomen in the Wiccan religion and contemporary paganism /|rSelena Fox --|gpt. 10. Multidenominational movements.|tThe Deaconess movement /|rCynthia A. Jurisson --|gMissionary movement.|tProtestant women missionaries: foreign and home /|rDana L. Robert --|tAmerican Catholic women missionaries: 1870-2000 /|rAngelyn Dries --|gWomen's societies.|tLeadership and community building in Protestant women's organizations /|rRosemary Skinner Keller --|t"Lifting as we climb": National Association of Colored Women (NACW) / National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) /|rMarcia Y. Riggs --|gReligious education.|tWomen and catechetics in the Roman Catholic tradition /|rMary L. Putrow --|tCatholic women's colleges in the United States /|rTracy Schier --|tConservative Christian strategies in education /|rJames C. Carper and Brian D. Ray --|tWomen and Jewish education /|rDavid E. Kaufman --|tProtestant Sunday schools and religious education /|rVirginia Lieson Brereton --|tProtestant women's colleges in the United States /|rKathleen S. Hurty --|tWomen in theological education /|rJeanne P. McLean --|tWhen women enter the classroom: theory, theology, and teaching /|rBarbara J. Blodgett --|gThe ordination movement.|tProtestant women's ordination movement /|rBarbara Brown Zikmund --|tThe women's ordination movement in the Roman Catholic Church /|rMaureen Fiedler and Dolly Pomerleau --|tJewish women's ordination /|rPamela S. Nadell --|tProtestant female preaching in the United States /|rCatherine A. Brekus --|tMusic and the arts.|tWomen hymn writers /|rEdith Blumhofer --|tAfrican American hymnody /|rCheryl A. Kirk-Duggan --|tWomen's novels and religion, 1780-1900 /|rDiane Capitani --|tWomen, religion, and American film /|rJudith Weisenfeld --
505 00|gpt. 11.|tWomen, religion, and social reform.|tNineteenth- and twentieth-century Protestant social reform movements in the United States /|rCarolyn DeSwarte Gifford --|tAntislavery, abolitionism /|rAnna M. Speicher --|tWomen and peace movements in North America /|rValarie Ziegler --|tSettlement House movement /|rEleanor J. Stebner --|tSocial Gospel /|rSusan Hill Lindley --|tWomen and Garveyism /|rAnthea D. Butler --|tCivil rights movement /|rRosetta E. Ross --|tEngaged Buddhist women /|rJudith Simmer-Brown --|tWomen's freedom and reproductive rights: the core fear of patriarchy /|rFrances Kissling --|tEcofeminism /|rHeather Eaton --|tJewish women's service organizations /|rDianne Ashton --|tAbundant life for all: the Young Women's Christian Association /|rJanine M. Denomme --|tWomen and religion in the borderlands /|rDaisy L. Machado --|tTurning off the taps: public policy in Canada /|rLois M. Wilson --|tThe public leadership of women of faith: entrepreneurs, social alchemists, and bearers of religion in the world /|rKatharine R. Henderson --|gpt. 12. Women-centered theology.|tWomanist theology /|rEmilie M. Townes --|tEuro-American feminist theology /|rLucy Tatman --|tLas Hermanas: Latinas and religious / political activism /|rLara Medina --|tMujerista theology /|rAda María Isasi-Díaz --|tLatina Roman Catholic theologies /|rNancy Pineda-Madrid --|tRebirth of the religion of the goddess /|rCarol P. Christ --|tWomen's issues in contemporary North American Buddhism /|rRita M. Gross --|tLesbian and bisexual Issues in religion /|rMary E. Hunt --|tJewish feminism /|rJudith Plaskow --|tThe case for native liberation theology /|rAndrea Smith --|gpt. 13. Contemporary women's issues in religion.|tWomen-church /|rMary E. Hunt --|tNew feminist ritual /|rJanet Walton --|tWomen and healing in North America /|rSusan M. Setta --|tWomen in Protestant church societies and bureaucracies /|rSusan M. Hartmann --|tPlural religious identities and households /|rRita DasGupta Sherma --|tWomen's contributions to Jewish-Christian relations /|rMary C. Boys --|tCanadian women's religious issues /|rTracy J. Trothen --|tInclusive language /|rSusan Thistlewaite --|tNew religious right /|rLaura R. Olson --|tSexuality and the Black church /|rKelly Brown Douglas --|tGirlfriend theology: adolescent girls and faith communities /|rDori Grinenko Baker.
650 0|aWomen and religion|zNorth America|vEncyclopedias.
650 0|aWomen|xReligious life|zNorth America|vEncyclopedias.
650 0|aWomen|zNorth America|xReligious aspects|vEncyclopedias.
700 1 |aKeller, Rosemary Skinner.
700 1 |aRuether, Rosemary Radford.
700 1 |aCantlon, Marie.
856 41|3Table of contents|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip063/2005032429.html
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