Past Research Associates by Name

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University of Colorado, Boulder
2001-2002
Colorado Scholar

Ohoyo Osh Chisba: The Legacy of Corn Woman

Loyola University
2000-2001

Guests at God's Wedding: Hindu Women Celebrating the Marriage of Krishna and Tulsi

University of Oregon
1981-1982

Female Sanctity and Religious Conflict in Modern France

Yale University
1982-1983

The 19th Century Deaconessate: Changing Uses of a Family Model in the German Protestant, Anglican, and American Methodist Experience

University of Kentucky
2009-2010

Given to the Goddess: South Indian Devadasis and the Kinship of Religion and Sex

Boston University School of Theology
2006-2007

A Feminist Reading of Holy Saturday

University College London
1984-1985

Femininity—Divine and Earthly—in the Jewish Mystical Tradition

Boston College
1993-1994

Life Strategies: Spanish Women's Vidas of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

San Francisco Theological Seminary
1980-1981

Sources for Social Ethics in Feminist Perspective

Rutgers University
1994-1995

Foundation of Ancient Power: Spirituality and/as Ideology in Black Women's Fiction and Film

University of Ghana
2002-2003

Women in African Religious Movements in Ghana

Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University (Morocco)
2006-2007

The Dynamics of Religion and Language in Moroccan Feminisms

Mills College
1996-1997

Israel's Singing Girls: Women's Poetry and Religious Identity in Victorian England

Indiana University
2007-2008

Women and Religion in Hebrew Poetry

Rutgers University
1985-1986

American Catholics and Abortion: The Role of the American Catholic Church in National Politics, 1973-1984

Bar-Ilan University
1999-2000

Ethnography in the Service of Theology: Another Step in the Process of Creating Jewish Feminist Theology

John Jay College, the City University of New York
2010-2011

Women's Rights in the Triangle of State, Law, and Religion

Columbia University
1997-1998

Figures of Marginalization: Reading for Gender in Jewish Philosophy

Oklahoma State University
2004-2005

State Religion and Women's Religion in Early Babylonia: The Case of Queen Shulgi-simti

Tufts University
1992-1993

Women, Men and Divination: Temne Negotiations of Gender and Self