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Laura Schwartz

Secularists over which belief system offered most to women. Such questions were also central within the women’s movement, as ‘religiousfeminists of varying perspectives debated their Freethinking sisters. Infidel Feminism is the first full historical account of these Freethinking feminists, most of whom have received only a passing mention in previous histories of feminism and Freethought. Through their

in Infidel feminism
Heather Walton

the work of Kristeva and Irigaray has been ingested, digested and redigested in feminist scholarship. Although many feminist theologians still display cautious reserve in relation to poststructuralist theory, the work of these women is gradually gaining its place in the theoretical compendium of religious feminists. Of particular significance in this development is the way in which Kristeva and Irigaray have been used in recent attempts to construct a feminist philosophy of religion (see Anderson, 1998 and Jantzen, 1998). While the names Kristeva and Irigaray are

in Literature, theology and feminism