Since 1985, the Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion has been at the forefront in promoting interdisciplinary feminist work and in braiding together feminist scholarship and activism in religion. Engaging this important legacy, the Feminist Studies in Religion Forum was established as a dynamic space for intersectional, transnational, inter- and trans-religions feminist scholars and activists to connect with one another, to share resources, and to engage in counter-kyriarchal dialogue, both virtually and in-person.
Using social media features such as message boards, personal profiles, and the ability to create “groups,” the FSR Forum will soon provide a platform for building relationships among a diverse community of feminists in religion all over the world! In so doing, the Forum aims to form links between feminist scholarship and activism and to strengthen the collaboration of academic and grassroots feminists. Not only is the FSR Forum committed to facilitating connections among individual members, we are also invested in fostering connections with other feminist organizations around the globe. The FSR Forum is a member-driven network, and the insights and participation of members seeks to enable continued pioneering critical feminist work in religion.