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Globalized Religion and Sexual Identity: Contexts, Contestations, Voices brings together scholars from across the globe who examine the historical and contemporary framing and relationship of religion, gender and sexuality multiple sites.
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"As socio-cultural constructions, religion and sexuality -- as well as their intersections -- should be studied in their specific contextual configurations. That precise challenge is taken up in this volume. Fourteen chapters describe such intersections in different contexts. [...] As this overview suggests, this book has a lot to offer with respect to current debates on religion and sexual diversity." R.R. Ganzevoort, VU University, in Journal of Empirical Theology 28 (2015), 144-145.About the Author:
Heather Shipley, PhD (2009), Project Manager, Religion and Diversity Project, University of Ottawa. Her research examines the ways religious and sexually diverse identities are constructed and subsequently regulated in law, policy and media. Contributors include: Heather Shipley, Rebecca Barrett-Fox, Chiu Man-chung, Kate Power, Amélie Barras, Dia Dabby, Janet R. Jakobsen, Ann Pellegrini, Ana Cristina Leal Moreira Lima, Vera Helena Ferraz de Siqueira, Marcia Bastos de Sá, Riva Lieflander, Shun-hing Chan, Ping Huang, Stephen Hunt, Nina Rosas, Cristina Maria de Castro, Anna Strhan, Nesochi Chinwuba, Pamela Dickey Young, Yvette Taylor, and Ria Snowdon.
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Book Description Brill, Netherlands, 2014. Hardback. Condition: New. XIV, 319 Pp., I.. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Globalized Religion and Sexual Identity reflects on the ways religion, gender and sexual identity are framed and regulated in multiple spheres across the globe. Controversies in the public arena regarding religion and sexual identity often construct these categories as inherently oppositional or already in conflict. As state policies regarding sexuality and sexual diversity develop, promoting inclusivity and non-discrimination, it is imperative to develop a more nuanced discussion regarding the relationship of religion/ideology to sexual diversity and sexuality. The goal of this volume is to explore religion and sexual identity from a range of countries across the globe, focusing on the theme of religious/ideological voices in state policies, such as same-sex marriage, identification, and education. Seller Inventory # TNP9789004269569
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