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Date: 29 Jul 1999 12:20:02 EDT
Subject: Re: Irigaray on Divinty


Meaghan,

Grace Jantzen has a new book, *Becoming Divine: Toward a Feminist Philosophy of
Religion*, which, as the title indicates, is pretty dependent on Irigaray. Her
bibliography isn't as up to the minute as it might be. I have a piece in the
*Journal of Religion* (1998) on "Belief Itself" that has a bib that was
reasonably up to date at the time, particularly with regard to the debates
around "Divine Women." Two things on Irigaray and religion that I missed at the
time -- 

Grace Jantzen, "Feminism and Pantheism" *The Monist* 80 (1997): 266-85.

Graham Ward, "Divinity and Sexuality: Luce Irigaray and Christology" *Modern
Theology* 12 (1996): 221-37.

Graham Ward also has a book about religion and social theory that has stuff
about Irigaray and religion; as do Pamela Sue Anderson's *Feminist Philosophy
of Religion* and Daphne Hampson's *After Christianity.

There's also been alot of Italian stuff, much of it not translated, but that
probably takes you farther afield than you want.

Hope some of this is helpful!

Amy 


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