Feminist Studies in Religion

Feminist Studies in Religion, Inc. (FSR, Inc.) is a nonprofit organization whose goal is to foster feminist studies in religion in all its variety and diversity. 
 
Posted by FSR on Oct 24, 2014
Grading, class preparation, meetings, packing, shifting the schedule of events, last minute revisions to papers, and rushing to the airport . . . Whew, #AARSBL14 is right around the corner and we are feeling the stress with one month to go! And yet, every year it ends up being a wonderful chance to catch up with friends and colleagues, meet new friends, learn a few new things, and try out our own ideas. More >
Posted by Mary E. Hunt on Oct 22, 2014
Healthy communities celebrate early and often. I think we in feminist studies in religion are always in order when we lift up our own colleagues, herald their work, and underscore all that they contribute to the world. Technology makes creative modes of doing so easy and accessible. These are not gratuitous, feel-good exercises, but integral ways of deepening the scope and emphasizing the seriousness of our work, as well as recognizing the women who do it. Honoring our colleagues is part of the natural maturing of our field. More >
Posted by JFSR on Oct 17, 2014
We welcome you to join us at several JFSR events at the AAR/SBL 2014 Annual Meeting in San Diego (November 22-25, 2014). Please mark the following events on your calendars and help us celebrate the 30th Anniversary of JFSR! Remember to follow us on Twitter (@FeminismInRelig) and on the official hashtag for AAR/SBL: #AARSBL14/#SBLAAR14. JFSR Reception: Friday, November 21st 8:30-10:30pm Point Loma Room at the Marriott Marquis & Marina More >
Posted by FSR on Oct 17, 2014
It's not every year that a journal celebrates its 30th Anniversary, so we at Feminist Studies in Religion, Inc. invite you to join us in the celebrating JFSR through our various platforms and events coming up this fall season! Your Voice, Your Story: Social Media More >
Posted by FiR on Oct 10, 2014
Call for Interviews: Study on the Body Experiences of Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Feminist Women in the United States. Lead: Natalie Nelson-Blake, M.A., California School of Professional Psychology in San Francisco, CA. Purpose: Graduate Research Study. Contact: nelson-blake.researchstudy@hushmail.com. Date: Unspecified. More >

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