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Kathleen O'Grady
Department of Religious Studies
University of Calgary
Social Sciences 1308
2500 University Dr. NW
Calgary, Alberta  T2N 1N4  Canada

Phone: (403) 220-7063
Fax: (403) 210-0801
Email: kogrady-AT-ucalgary.ca
or ko10001-AT-hermes.cam.ac.uk



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> ANNOUNCING A NEW PUBLICATION:
>
> Bodies, Lives, Voices: Gender in Theology
> Editors, Kathleen O'Grady, Ann L. Gilroy and Janette Gray
>
> Published August 1998
> Sheffield Academic Press, UK.
> ISBN 1 85075 854 9
> Price: 16.95 Pounds; $24.50 US
>
> Bodies, Lives, Voices, a project at the critical juncture of feminism
> and religious studies, participates in the vibrant tradition of the
> feminist anthology.  This volume is part of a broad feminist discourse
> that continues to grow less monolithic and more varied in material,
> method and style with each passing year.  The papers are divided into
> three main sections: "Bodies" examines the representation of women in
> sacred texts and theologies.  "Lives" explores the fundamental need to
> recover the heritage of women, and to return to women their history.
> The final section, "Voices", weaves together canonical texts with
> contemporary feminist theory in order to address anew age-old
> philosophical and theological problems.  Together, the essays collected
> here share a concern for enriching and transforming traditional
> representations of women's religious lives.
>

Essays by: Linda Hogan, Ann Loades, Margie Tolstoy, Grace Jantzen, Berenice
Kerr, Lakshmi Holmstrom, Diana Lipton, Esther Reed, Naomi Goldenberg,
Pamela Anderson, Morny Joy and Janet Soskice.


> Kathleen O'Grady is at Trinity College, University of Cambridge.  Ann
> Gilroy is Dean of Studies at the Catholic Institute of Theology,
> Auckland, New Zealand.  Janette Gray is at Emmanuel College, University
> of Cambridge.
>
> TO ORDER (or request REVIEW COPY)
>
> email Access/Mastercard/Eurocard/Visa/Switch card number to:
>
> sales-AT-sheffac.demon.co.uk
>
> or contact: Sheffield Academic Press
> Phone: +44-(0)114-2554433
> Fax: +44-(0)114-2554626
>
> Thank you,
>
> --
> Kathleen O'Grady
> Department of Religious Studies
> University of Calgary
> Social Sciences 1308
> 2500 University Dr. NW
> Calgary, Alberta  T2N 1N4  Canada
>
> Phone: (403) 220-7063
> Fax: (403) 210-0801
> Email: kogrady-AT-ucalgary.ca
> or ko10001-AT-hermes.cam.ac.uk



--
Kathleen O'Grady
D
partment of Religious Studies
University of Calgary
Social Sciences 1308
2500 University Dr. NW
Calgary, Alberta  T2N 1N4  Canada

Phone: (403) 220-7063
Fax: (403) 210-0801
Email: kogrady-AT-ucalgary.ca
or ko10001-AT-hermes.cam.ac.uk






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