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The Resource Reconciling Catholicism and feminism? : personal reflections on tradition and change, edited by Sally Barr Ebest and Ron Ebest ; foreword by Sandra Gilbert

Reconciling Catholicism and feminism? : personal reflections on tradition and change, edited by Sally Barr Ebest and Ron Ebest ; foreword by Sandra Gilbert

Label
Reconciling Catholicism and feminism? : personal reflections on tradition and change
Title
Reconciling Catholicism and feminism?
Title remainder
personal reflections on tradition and change
Statement of responsibility
edited by Sally Barr Ebest and Ron Ebest ; foreword by Sandra Gilbert
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
282/.082
Index
index present
LC call number
BX2347.8.W6
LC item number
R42 2003
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1956-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Ebest, Sally Barr
  • Ebest, Ron
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Catholic Church
  • Women in the Catholic Church
  • Feminism
Label
Reconciling Catholicism and feminism? : personal reflections on tradition and change, edited by Sally Barr Ebest and Ron Ebest ; foreword by Sandra Gilbert
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Jean McGarry
  • Serviam
  • Madeleine Blais
  • Telling old tales about something new: the vocation of a Catholic and feminist historian
  • Linda A. McMillin
  • Elephant is slow to mate
  • Flavia Alaya
  • After sufficient reflection: Catholic, feminist, and divorced
  • Victoria Kill
  • Dis/re/com/union
  • Part I. Looking back: feminism and Catholicism in the twentieth century
  • Nancy Mairs
  • Respecting life and respecting women's lives: abortion, feminism, and my return to the Catholic Church
  • Kathleen M. Joyce
  • Irish women reconciling Catholicism and feminism: the abortion question
  • Mary Kenny
  • Reconciling Latin American Catholicism and feminism
  • Nilsa Lasso-Von Lang
  • Reconciling the places where memory resides
  • Brad Peters
  • Journey from/to Catholicism
  • American Catholic feminism: a history
  • Jane Zeni
  • Catholicism and the contraceptive debate, 1914-1930
  • Kathleen A. Tobin
  • Politics and paradox in nineteenth-century Irish American society: Mary Anne Sadlier and the Catholic woman's role
  • Mary Jo T. Marcellus
  • Part II. Looking ahead: feminism and Catholicism in the next generation
  • Conversations between mothers and daughters in the father's house
  • Lorraine Liscio,
  • Jeanne Noonan-Eckholdt
  • Race, sex, and spirit: Chicana negotiations of Catholicism
  • Rosemary Radford Ruether
  • Theresa Delgadillo
  • A most noble city of ladies: university students explore their Catholic identity through literature by French women
  • Henrik Borgstrom
  • Evolving feminisms
  • Sally Barr Ebest
  • Form didn't fit: charting new maps, illuminating new spaces
  • Jean Molesky-Poz
  • Feminism and Catholicism
  • Janet Kalven
  • Sex-linked traits
Control code
000170934
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxx, 288 p.
Isbn
9780268040208
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2003009071
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000170934
  • (OCoLC)52182483
Label
Reconciling Catholicism and feminism? : personal reflections on tradition and change, edited by Sally Barr Ebest and Ron Ebest ; foreword by Sandra Gilbert
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Jean McGarry
  • Serviam
  • Madeleine Blais
  • Telling old tales about something new: the vocation of a Catholic and feminist historian
  • Linda A. McMillin
  • Elephant is slow to mate
  • Flavia Alaya
  • After sufficient reflection: Catholic, feminist, and divorced
  • Victoria Kill
  • Dis/re/com/union
  • Part I. Looking back: feminism and Catholicism in the twentieth century
  • Nancy Mairs
  • Respecting life and respecting women's lives: abortion, feminism, and my return to the Catholic Church
  • Kathleen M. Joyce
  • Irish women reconciling Catholicism and feminism: the abortion question
  • Mary Kenny
  • Reconciling Latin American Catholicism and feminism
  • Nilsa Lasso-Von Lang
  • Reconciling the places where memory resides
  • Brad Peters
  • Journey from/to Catholicism
  • American Catholic feminism: a history
  • Jane Zeni
  • Catholicism and the contraceptive debate, 1914-1930
  • Kathleen A. Tobin
  • Politics and paradox in nineteenth-century Irish American society: Mary Anne Sadlier and the Catholic woman's role
  • Mary Jo T. Marcellus
  • Part II. Looking ahead: feminism and Catholicism in the next generation
  • Conversations between mothers and daughters in the father's house
  • Lorraine Liscio,
  • Jeanne Noonan-Eckholdt
  • Race, sex, and spirit: Chicana negotiations of Catholicism
  • Rosemary Radford Ruether
  • Theresa Delgadillo
  • A most noble city of ladies: university students explore their Catholic identity through literature by French women
  • Henrik Borgstrom
  • Evolving feminisms
  • Sally Barr Ebest
  • Form didn't fit: charting new maps, illuminating new spaces
  • Jean Molesky-Poz
  • Feminism and Catholicism
  • Janet Kalven
  • Sex-linked traits
Control code
000170934
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxx, 288 p.
Isbn
9780268040208
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2003009071
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000170934
  • (OCoLC)52182483

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