Religion & Gender – Call for Papers

Here is a publication opportunity: Guest editors Jamie Pitss (Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, US) and Peter-Ben Smit (Free University Amsterdam/Utrecht University, the Netherlands) have just issued a call for papers for the Religion and Gender special issue entitled 'Gendering Jesus'. We invite you to review the call for papers at https://www.religionandgender.org/announcement/. Please, do forward the … Continue reading Religion & Gender – Call for Papers

“From a Literal well to a well of eternal water: a theological reading of the Samaritan woman’s meeting with Jesus in the light of the struggle of women in Sri Lanka” by Rasika Pieris (Sri Lanka)

In the context of Sri Lanka (SL), it is not misguided to claim that food practices are gender based. They shed light on a broader cultural, religious and economic analysis. Not eating together, not sharing the same food and differences between food practices based on gender differences signify distance, the hierarchical attitude and exclusion of … Continue reading “From a Literal well to a well of eternal water: a theological reading of the Samaritan woman’s meeting with Jesus in the light of the struggle of women in Sri Lanka” by Rasika Pieris (Sri Lanka)

“Women in Labour: Food Security to Birthing their Full Humanity” by Kochurani Abraham (India)

Kochurani's paper explores the gender gaps in food security from a feminist theological framework. It looks at the deprivations women experience in factors related to food production and consumption such as entitlements to land, opportunities to work , just wages and the like and shows how these deprivations point to the denial of their effective … Continue reading “Women in Labour: Food Security to Birthing their Full Humanity” by Kochurani Abraham (India)