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Subject: glossolalia
Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2000 08:11:09 -0600


Hey, all. A colleague is looking for an essay by either Cixous or Irigaray
in which she talks about glossolalia as a feminine ecriture; she's looking
specifically also for a discussion of St. Paul's repression of women's
speech and glossolalia in the early Christian church.  Does this ring a bell
for anyone?

Thanks!

--ddd

______________________

     D. Diane Davis
     Rhetoric Department
     University of Iowa
     Iowa City, IA 52242
     319.335.0184

     d-davis-AT-uiowa.edu
     http://www.uiowa.edu/~ddrhet/


Trying to assist a friend that is trying to track down an essay by either
Cixous or Irigaray in which she talks about glossolalia as a feminine kind
of ecriture; looking specifically also for a discussion of St. Paul's
repression of women's speech and glossolalia in the early Christian church.
Is this ringing any bells?



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