|Title:||Religion, Gender, and Culture in the Pre-Modern World|
|Description:||Religion, Gender, and Culture in the Pre-Modern World compares shifting formulations of gender, interreligious and ethnic relations in the Near East, Europe, the Americas, and Africa from antiquity to the nineteenth century. This book addresses two fundamental questions that face scholars of pre-modern cultures. First, to what extent can contemporary identity categories of gender, ethnicity, and religion adequately address pre-modern contexts? Second, how will focused studies of pre-modern religious and gender difference relate to such widely used categories and theories?|
|Appears in Collections:||Religion|
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