Religion, Transformation and Gender

ISSN: 2365-3140
DOI: 10.14220/jrat.2017.3.issue-2

Edition 5, October 2017

The fifth issue of the Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society (J-RaT) centers on the topic of religion, transformation and sex/gender. The focal point will be on religious and cultural transformation processes and their repercussions on gender roles, constructs and representations on the one hand, and on sex and/or gender transformations which are embedded in the context of specific religious traditions on the other. Transformation is understood here as change, alteration and reformatting. The multifaceted connections between religion, transformation and sex/gender are concretized in an abundance of material and symbolic phenomena and are examined starting from different subject-specific and methodical approaches.
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Contents

Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation, DOI 10.14220/jrat.2017.3.2.i
 


Vorwort

Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation, S. 1-2 DOI 10.14220/jrat.2017.3.2.1
 

Herta Nagl-Docekal
Abstract

Die Spannung zwischen Religion und Moderne am Denkort von „Geschlecht“. Ein philosophischer Klärungsversuch

Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation, S. 3-26 DOI 10.14220/jrat.2017.3.2.3 

 

Angelika Walser
Abstract

Die religiöse Identität von Frauen im Spannungsfeld von Zugehörigkeit, Autorität und Autonomie

Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation, S. 27-54 DOI 10.14220/jrat.2017.3.2.27
 

Andrea Lehner-Hartmann
Abstract

Zur Transformation und einem transformativen Verständnis von religiösen Bildungsprozessen in einer pluralen Gesellschaft. Eine genderorientierte Analyse

Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation, S. 55-83 DOI 10.14220/jrat.2017.3.2.55
 

Stefanie Knauss
Abstract

Let's Talk about Celibacy! How Western Christian Culture Affects the Construction of Sex, Body, and Gender in Popular and Scholarly Discourses

Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation, S. 84-104 DOI 10.14220/jrat.2017.3.2.84
 

Anna-Katharina Höpflinger
Abstract

Schwarz, verhüllend, weiblich. Die Inszenierung von Trauer und der Wandel von Gendervorstellungen

Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation, S. 105-124 DOI 10.14220/jrat.2017.3.2.105
 

Verena Maske
Abstract

IMAN-cipation – Identity Politics of young Muslim Women within the “Muslim Youth in Germany e.V. (MJD)” between Agency, Submission and Repression. An Analysis of the Transformation of Gender-Roles

Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation, S. 125-156 DOI 10.14220/jrat.2017.3.2.125
 

Marianne Grohmann / Agnethe Siquans
Abstract

Literarische Transformationen sexueller Gewalt in der Hebräischen Bibel

Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation, S. 157-184 DOI 10.14220/jrat.2017.3.2.157
 

Gerhard Langer
Abstract

Der geteilte Mensch. Einige Gedanken zu Schöpfung, Transformation und Geschlecht in der rabbinischen Tradition

Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation, S. 185-213 DOI 10.14220/jrat.2017.3.2.185
 

Lukas Pokorny
Abstract

A Feminising Revolution: The Unification Movement and the ‘Age of Women’

Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation, S. 214-234 DOI 10.14220/jrat.2017.3.2.214
 

Birgit Heller
Abstract

Symbols of Emancipation? Images of God/dess, Devotees and Trans-sex/gender in Hindu Traditions

Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation, S. 235-257 DOI 10.14220/jrat.2017.3.2.235