New issue of Religions/Adyan: Women and the Feminine

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The issue 8 of Adyan on Women and the Feminine is now available.

To download the English section, click here.
To download the Arabic section, click here.

Table of content for the English section:

Editorial  by Patrick Laude

Interview with Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser

Foreword by Renaud Fabbri

Feminine Wisdom and the World-Soul by Florence Quentin

Faire de la place en soi pour l’autre: L’ouverture au féminin, une nécessité pour les religions du monde by Eric Vinson

The Celestial Virgin by Franklin Merrell-Wolff

Feminism, Muslim Theology and Religious Pluralism: Interview with Jerusha T. Lamptey and Nayla Tabbara

The Eternal Feminine in Sufism: Readings of Ibn ‘Arabī and Emir Abdel-Kader by Eric Geoffroy

Women Mystics in Medieval Islam: Practice and Transmission by Jean-Jacques Thibon

Arab Women in 2015: Hope Amidst Chaos by Mohammad Naciri

Antigone, Irony, and the Nation State: the Case of Lal Masjid (Red Mosque) and the Role of Militant Feminism in Pakistan by Shaireen Rasheed

Mary, Mother of Mylapore: Symbolic Engagement as an Interreligious Transaction by Francis X. Clooney, S.J.

The Indian Paradox by Shumona Sinha

Saint and Sinner: Women in Christianity by Peter C. Phan

Sophia, Androgyny and the Feminine in Franz von Baader’s Christian Theosophy by J. Glenn Friesen

The Indescribable Sophia and the Semiotics of Gender: A Brief Excursion by Elizabeth Zelensky

Mary Nyangweso Wangila, Female Circumcision: The Interplay of Religion, Culture, and Gender in Kenya by Akintunde E. Akinade (Book Review)

The Frailest Thing in the World; On Faith, Suffering and Cinema in Our Time by Elizabeth Zelensky (Movie Review)

Biography

 

 

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