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Table of Contents

Introduction / Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza
I. Violence against women : exploring sociocultural analysis and gender construction. Because of the angels : sexual violence and abuse / Joanne Carlson Brown
Prostitution and rape in the colonial period / Zilda Fernandes Ribeiro
Violence and justice / Beatrix Schiele
African-American women in three contexts of domestic violence / Delores S. Williams
Feminine socialization : women as victims and collaborators / Mary John Mananzan
Of monsters and dances : masculinity, white supremacy, ecclesial practice / Mark Taylor. II. Violence against women : exploring gender construction. 'Go and suffer oppression!' said God's messenger to Hagar / Irmgard Fischer
Ecclesiastical violence : witches and heretics / E. Ann Matter
Maria Goretti : rape and the politics of sainthood / Eileen J. Stenzel
Violence against women : strategies of resistance and sources of healing in Christianity / Felisa Elizondo
Clergy misconduct : sexual abuse in the ministerial relationship / Marie M. Fortune. Editorial reflections / M. Shawn Copeland. Special column: Conversation between Jean-Bertrand Aristide, President of Haiti, and Dorothe Sölle, 2 September 1993.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Concilium ;, 1994/1, Concilium (Glen Rock, N.J.) ;, 1994/1.


Library of Congress
HV6626 .V54 1994

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xxiv, 132 p. ;
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0334030242, 0883448769
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