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Autor: Caroline Blyth
ISBN-13: 9783319722238
Einband: Book
Seiten: 222
Gewicht: 447 g
Format: 218x154x22 mm
Sprache: Englisch

Rape Culture, Gender Violence, and Religion

Interdisciplinary Perspectives
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Caroline Blyth is Senior Lecturer in Religious Studies at the University of Auckland. She is co-editor of the Bible and Critical Theory journal, as well as founding member of the Shiloh Project, an interdisciplinary research group studying gender violence and religion.
Examines diverse articulations and interpretations of gender violence and rape culture from various interdisciplinary contexts.
Chapter 1: Introduction - Caroline Blyth, Emily Colgan, and Katie B. Edwards
Chapter 2: It's All about Eve: Women's Attitudes to Gender-Based Violence in Samoa - Penelope Schoeffel, Ramona Boodoosingh, and Galumalemana Steven Percival

Chapter 3: The Impact of Colonization and Christianization on Gender Violence in the Pacific Islands - Jean Louis Rallu

Chapter 4: Thursdays in Black: Localized Responses to Rape Culture and Gender Violence in Aotearoa New Zealand - Harriet Winn

Chapter 5: Violence of Mind, Body, and Spirit: Spiritual and Religious Responses Triggered By Sexual Violence during the Rwandan Genocide - Breann Fallon

Chapter 6: Rape Culture in Sermons on Divorce - Valerie Hobbs

Chapter 7: "Death by a Thousand Paper Cuts": Transphobia, Symbolic Violence, and Conservative Christian Discourse - Caroline Blyth and Prior Tadhg McRae

Chapter 8: LGBT Affirmation and Identity in Christian Teachings and Church Communities - David Hare

Chapter 9: A Theology of Rape: Plundering the Woman's Body in Deut. 21:10-14 and Louis John Steele's Spoils to the Victor - Caroline Blyth and Jane Davidson-Ladd

Chapter 10: Reinscribing Rape: Tracing Connections between the Experience of Women and Land in Biblical and Contemporary Texts - Emily Colgan

Chapter 11: Rabbinic Understandings of Marital Rape in the Talmud - Mari Rethelyi
This volume explores the multiple intersections between rape culture, gender violence, and religion. Each chapter considers the ways that religious texts, theologies, and traditions engage with contemporary cultural discourses of gender, sexuality, gender violence, and rape culture. Particularly, they interrogate the multifaceted roles that religious texts and teachings can have in challenging, confirming, querying, or redefining socio-cultural understandings of rape culture and gender violence. Unique to this volume, authors explore the topic from a range of disciplinary perspectives, including anthropology, theology, biblical studies, gender and queer studies, politics, modern history, art history, linguistics, religious studies, and English literature. Together, these interdisciplinary approaches resist the tendency to oversimplify the complexity of the connections between religion, gender violence, and rape culture; rather, the volume offers readers a multi-vocal and multi-perspectival view of this crucial subject, inviting readers to think deeply about it in light of the global crisis of gender violence.
Editiert von: Caroline Blyth, Emily Colgan, Katie B. Edwards
Caroline Blyth is Senior Lecturer in Religious Studies at the University of Auckland. She is co-editor of the Bible and Critical Theory journal, as well as founding member of the Shiloh Project, an interdisciplinary research group studying gender violence and religion.

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Autor: Caroline Blyth
ISBN-13 :: 9783319722238
ISBN: 3319722239
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.04.2018
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Gewicht: 447g
Seiten: 222
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 218x154x22 mm, 10 farbige Abbildungen, Bibliographie