Kristin Aune, Sonya Sharma and Giselle Vincett: Women and Religion in the West. Challenging Secularization.
The book aims to assess how women’s ways of understanding and experiencing religiosity fit within the broader context of religion in ‘the West,’ and, in particular, how the analyses of female religiosities inform our understanding on secularisation. By exploring diverse ways in which women approach religion in ‘the West,’ the volume scrutinises female religiosities in an interdisciplinary gaze. The book has been divided into three main sections. The first, deals with Christianity, the second with ‘Alternative Spiritualities,’ and the third, with Islam.
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