Religion and Women

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Arvind Sharma
SUNY Press, 1994 - 291 עמודים
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This book discusses the position of women in the Native American, African, Shinto, Jaina, Zoroastrian, Sikh, and Baha’i faiths for the first time in a single volume, and evolves a conceptual framework within which their positions could be comprehensively considered. The contributing scholars provide an enlarged database for a more thorough discussion of the questions pertaining to women and religion in general, and simultaneously advance the theoretical frontiers in women’s studies. Religion and Women belongs to a trilogy about women and world religions edited by Arvind Sharma the first and third volumes being respectively, Women in World Religions and Today’s Woman in World Religions.
 

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WOMEN IN NATIVE AMERICAN RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS
39
WOMEN IN AFRICAN RELIGIONS
61
IMAGES REMEMBERED
93
WOMEN IN JAINISM
121
WOMEN IN ZOROASTRIANISM
139
RaWOMEN IN SIKHISM
183
SuWOMEN IN THE BAHAI FAITH
211
NOTES
229
BIBLIOGRAPHY
243
CONTRIBUTORS
259
INDEX OF NAMES
263
INDEX OF TERMS
271
SUBJECT INDEX
275
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מידע על המחבר (1994)

Arvind Sharma is Professor at McGill University. He is the editor of the two other volumes in this trilogy, Women in World Religions and the upcoming Today's Woman in World Religions, both published by SUNY Press.

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