By Ulrike Auga,Christina von Braun,Claudia Bruns,Jana Husmann
“Fundamentalism and Gender boldly debunks the typical pairs of secular/progressive, religious/conservative and provides as an alternative an surprisingly refined and masses welcome research of gender, sexuality, and faith for either scholarly and well known audiences. From wide-ranging views on faith, technological know-how, and politics, the authors daringly extra our figuring out of the formation of contemporary spiritual and secular wisdom and examine how race, nationality, and sophistication give a contribution to either. a unprecedented achievement.”
—Marcia Pally, Multilingual Multicultural stories, long island University
“By bringing jointly a popular workforce of students, Fundamentalism and Gender presents a brand new and complex research of 2 serious key words that either complicate and remove darkness from one another. This e-book will foster dialogue a couple of host of subject matters, definitely together with scripture, physique, and group, but additionally environment in movement phrases like secularism, nationalism, literalism, technological know-how and biopolitics. due to the intelligence of either the editors and individuals, the conversations sparked by means of this booklet will movement our pondering forward.”
—Janet Jakobsen, Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality reviews, Barnard university, Columbia University
Ulrike Auga, Professor of spiritual reviews, Intercultural Theology, Ecumenics and Gender on the college of Theology, Humboldt college, Berlin.
Christina von Braun, Professor Emerita of Gender and background on the Institute for Cultural historical past and conception, Humboldt college, Berlin; Head of the guts for Jewish experiences Berlin-Brandenburg.
Claudia Bruns, Professor for heritage of information and Gender on the Institute for Cultural historical past and conception, Humboldt college, Berlin.
Jana Husmann, Postdoctoral Researcher and Lecturer in Gender reviews and Cultural heritage and idea, Berlin.
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