Really, how do we do it? How do feminist activists and scholars with our varying definitions of “feminism” stay in dialogue and partnership with one another? Part of the difficulty is captured by the question of what counts as “feminism” in the first place, and what are the standards by which we deem one another […]
Xochitl AlvizoXochitl Alvizo is a feminist Christian-identified woman. She received her Ph.D. in Practical Theology from Boston University School of Theology and has recently accepted the position of Assistant Professor of Religious Studies in the area of Women and Religion and the Philosophy of Gender (LGBT), Sex, and Sexuality at California State University, Northridge. Her research in feminist theology is focused on feminist ecclesiology and new and postmodern forms of church, and is inspired by the conviction that all people are inextricably connected and what we do, down to the smallest thing, matters. She can be reached at [email protected].
Really, how do we do it? How do feminist activists and scholars with our varying definitions of ‘feminism’ stay in dialogue and partnership with one another? On Feminist and Religion, participants come from many different backgrounds, both religious and non-religious, and have diverse and often conflicting definitions of feminism. There are feminists who practice Goddess […]