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Religious Imagination and the Body: A Feminist Analysis

Oxford University Press (1994)

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  1. Body Connections: Hindu Discourses of the Body and the Study of Religion. [REVIEW]Barbara A. Holdrege - 1998 - International Journal of Hindu Studies 2 (3):341-386.
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  • Religion and Eating Disorders: Towards Understanding a Neglected Perspective.Joanne Woolway Grenfell - 2006 - Feminist Theology 14 (3):367-387.
    This article seeks to explore a neglected perspective in pastoral theology: namely that of the influence of conservative family culture and church practice on the spiritual, emotional, and physical development of young Christian women, particularly in the area of disordered eating patterns and negative self-image. It shows the ways in which hidden tensions, particularly within somewhat marginal Christian communities, or for groups which seek to define themselves strongly against prevailing secular cultural norms, can play themselves out in the inner conflicts (...)
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  • She Climbs Toward the Light: Karen Armstrong’s The Spiral Staircase in a World of Displaced Women.Maxine Walker - 2019 - Feminist Theology 27 (2):126-140.
    The Spiral Staircase, Karen Armstrong’s self-narrative, shows the limitations of theological or religious reflections within a specific religious community. Leaving the Sisters of Charity for a tumultuous academic life, historian of religion Karen Armstrong lives a wrenching ontological dislocation that originates in her undiagnosed epilepsy and negative body experiences. Using semiotician Algirdas Greimas’s ‘Semiotic Square’ as an interpretive strategy, the unresolved tensions and contradictions exposed in the deep narrative structure of this non-traditional conversion memoir are resolved by ‘compassion’ at the (...)
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