Past Research Associates by Name

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Tal Ilan, PhD
Hebrew University
1992-1993

Jewish Women in Tannaitic-Rabbinic Literature: An Historical Approach

Bar-Ilan University
2007-2008

Toward a Feminist Philosophy of Halakhah

Harvard University
1992-1993

Sacrificer's Wife/Sacrificed Wife: Gender Patterns in Ancient Indian Religion

Nancy Jay, PhD
(deceased)
1980-1981

Sociology of Religion

City University of Hong Kong
2005-2006

Roles and Images of Taoist Priestesses in Medieval China

University of Michigan
1997-1998
HDS 2292: Gender, Race, and Colonialism in the Americas: Seminar (Fall 1997)

Empire of Civility: Civilization and the Iroquois,1750-1850

Harvard Divinity School
1994-1995

A Commentary on the Gospel of Mary

University of Virginia
1982-1983

Fertile Yet Empty: Buddhist Wisdom in Female Form

SUNY at Buffalo
1997-1998

Women's Life in Shenute's White Monastery: A Study in Late Antique Egyptian Monasticism

Emory University
1985-1986

Invisible Witness, Visible Saint: Women, the Spirit, and the Law in American Fictions

Jewish Theological Seminary
2001-2002

Visions of Eve: Contemporary and Classical Interpretations of Eve in Jewish Literature

(deceased)
1987-1988

"Suttee" in the Context of Sanskrit Religious Law

University of Paris
1990-1991

The Sacred and the Archaic Mother: A Psychoanalytic Object Relations Interpretation

Boston College
1998-1999

Rational Measures: Gender, Race and Reason in the Eighteenth Century South

Harvard Divinity School
2007-2008
Colorado Scholar

Faith and Feminicide in Latin America

Rutgers University
1983-1984

Women and Religion in Modern Europe

Center for Psychoethnological Research
1984-1985

Rethinking Curing: An Approach to Mexican Popular Religiosity Through Examination of Feminine Images and Functions 

(deceased)
1986-1987

Narrative and Identity in Contemporary Black Women's Autobiographies

(deceased)
1995-1996

A Feminist Reading of the Russian Sophiological Tradition

Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies
1993-1994

The Crypto-Jewish Women of Castile, 1492-1592