The Annual Review of Women in World Religions: Volume V, Volume 5

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Arvind Sharma, Katherine K. Young
SUNY Press, Oct 21, 1999 - Religion - 232 pages
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The Annual Review of Women in World Religions represents a polymethodic, interdisciplinary, and multitraditional approach to the study of women and religion, emphasizes the comparative dimension, and establishes a dialogue between the humanities and the social sciences. In this volume, contributors examine the concept of immanence in a wide variety of theological and cultural contexts.

Volume V includes the following contributions: “Immanence:” Catalyst for Women’s Theologies by Mary Farrell Bednarowski; Immanence and Transcendence in Women’s Thea/ologies by Cynthia Eller; Immanence and Relatedness: Psychological and Ontological Reflections by Linda E. Olds; Immanence and Transcendence in Women’s Religious Experience and Expression: A Non-Theistic Perspective by Rita M. Gross; Women-Church: Re-Imagining Immanence and Transcendence by Rosemary Radford Ruether; Immanence as Music Incarnate: Prelude to a Feminist Theology of Music by Heidi Epstein; “The Secret of Jewish Feminity:” Immanence, Ritual Purity, and Domestic Romance by Natalie Catherine Polzer; and Image and Immanence: The Domestication of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz by Pamela Kirk.
  

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Contents

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Katherine K. Young is James McGill Professor of religious studies at McGill University.

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