Check your program books for this exciting JFSR-sponsored session at AAR/SBL 2019. P25-133Journal of Feminist Studies in ReligionTheme: Podcast as Pedagogical Tool Monique Moultrie, Georgia State University, Presiding Monday – 9:00 AM-11:30 AM, Hilton Bayfront-Indigo B (Second Level) How are podcasts pedagogical tools for the classroom and beyond? The panel will address this question and discuss how […]
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Mark your calendar for this awesome JFSR panel at AAR/SBL 2019! P24-132 Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion Theme: Mary, Mother of Martyrs: How Motherhood Became Self-Sacrifice in Early Christianity Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza, Harvard University, Presiding Sunday – 9:00 AM-11:30 AM, Marriott Marquis-Pacific 17 (First Level) A book review panel of Mary, Mother of Martyrs: How […]
Please join us for this year’s FSR Forum panel, “Manthologies!” Building on the “Manthologies” FSR blog series in May 2019, this panel explores the problem of scholarship that is limited in its representation of the field. Light refreshments and continued conversations will be in abundance at the FSR reception following the panel.
Mark your calendars for these FSR, Inc. related events at AAR/SBL 2019. We look forward to seeing you there! FSR Forum: “Manthologies,” Friday, November 22 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM in the Cornado Ballroom A (Fourth Level) at the Grand Hyatt FSR Reception: Friday, November 22 from 8:00 PM to 10:30 PM in the Cornado Ballroom […]
By Cia Sautter. I read the relatively recent posts in the Feminist Studies in Religion blog’s Manthologies series on the lack of women scholars contributing to Jewish Studies anthologies. It is true that men hold a majority of posts in the field, and there are a lot of “manthologies” on Jewish history, culture, and textual […]
By Leah Elizabeth Comeau. My research is situated at the intersection of the fields of religious history and of material culture. Geographically, I work in South Asia, especially Tamil South India and I utilize an intersectional feminist framework to approach modern and medieval expressions of religion. In my work, I routinely encounter scholars of anthropology, […]
By Christy Cobb and Bailey Freeburn. SPOILER ALERT: This post contains information about the plot of the Hulu show the Handmaid’s Tale, season one and two. It does not contain any information about the newly released season three. “Don’t be a Martha. Be a Mary.” Being raised in southern Christian households and churches, both of […]
By Katherine Dugan. Unplanned: What She Saw Changed Everything is the newest pro-life film to hit mainstream movie theaters. Released in late March 2019, Unplanned follows the young adulthood of Abby Johnson. Abby is depicted as a bright-eyed woman who wants to, as she puts it, “do good in the world.” Based on her memoir, […]
By Kecia Ali. No manthology is an island, Entire of itself, Every manthology is a piece of the continent, A part of the main. If a contents list be woman-free, Our field is the less. As well as if a conference were. As well as if a panel of thy friend’s Or of thine own […]
By Susannah Heschel. In childhood, this was my learned experience: not that I am a female, but that I am not a male. Maleness was not just about boys and men, but about a domain of life and I was to stand at its periphery. This awareness began when I was quite little – perhaps […]