Gender religion and women marginalization
This is an assignment that focuses on the Gender and Religion Studies on women marginalization. The paper also discussion on the readings that are here below.
The Gender and Religion Studies on women marginalization
Gender and Religion Studies – Final Exam
PROMPT: How have women and other marginalized people used religion in the service of social justice?
Firstly, your essay should make a strong argument using your voice.
Secondly, don’t summarize or survey the readings, but use them to develop a claim you are making.
Thirdly, please keep quotes short—no block quotes—and cite all quotes with the author’s last name and page number in parentheses, after the quotation marks and before punctuation.
Example: “The individual is not a singular, atomistic being but a node in a web of relation“ (Allison, 153). Please also be sure to cite any paraphrases (your particular rephrasing of an author’s idea/claim).
Requires 3 readings to develop your essay
Reading List. Please choose 3 from below:
Kecia Ali, “The Making of the ‘Lady Imam’: An Interview with amina wadud,” in Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, Volume 35, Number 1, Spring 2019: 67-79.
Amanullah De Sondy, “Sufism’s Beloved Subversion,” in The Crisis of Islamic Masculinities, 2013: 153-178.
David E. Weekley, “Becoming Grateful Allies: An Interview with Dr. Virginia Ramey Mollenkott,” in Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, Volume 34, Number 1, Spring 2018: 25-36.
Melissa Wilcox, “Religion is Already Transed; Religious Studies is Not (Yet) Listening,” in Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, Volume 34, Number 1, Spring 2018: 84-88.
Janet R. Jakobsen and Ann Pelligrini, “Getting Religion,” in Women, Gender, Religion: A Reader, 2001: 518-530.
Lastly, this assignment is to be written using the APA writing guidelines and format. Ensure that you also include resources in the form of references of all the used sources. Times New Roman, font size should be 12, and also spacing to be double space.