Doing Feminist Biblical Criticism in a Women's Studies Context
Can academic feminist biblical studies courses have a valid place within women's studies? This article examines how such courses, once housed in a religious studies program, have been refocused to equip women's studies students with analytical skills and to serve major themes in a women's studies curriculum.
Les études universitaires bibliques féministes peuvent-elles occuper une place valable au sein des études sur les femmes? Cet article examine comment ce genre de cours, autrefois inclus dans les programmes d'études théologiques, a été repensé afin d'inculquer aux étudiant-e-s en études sur les femmes, des compétences analytiques, et afin de servir les thèmes majeurs dans le cadre du curriculum d’études sur les femmes.
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