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  • Priestess, Mother, Sacred Sisterby Susan Starr Sered

    Oxford University Press 1996; US$ 39.99

    In this fascinating and pathbreaking work--the first comparative study of women's religions--Susan Starr Sered explores the meaning of religion in women's lives through the centuries and across the globe--from Korean shamanism, nineteenth-century Spiritualists, and the Sande secret societies of West Africa to Christian Science, the Caribs of Belize,... more...

  • Can't Catch a Breakby Prof. Susan Starr Sered; Prof. Maureen Norton-Hawk

    University of California Press 2014; US$ 29.95

    Based on five years of fieldwork in Boston, Can?t Catch a Brea k documents the day-to-day lives of forty women as they struggle to survive sexual abuse, violent communities, ineffective social and therapeutic programs, discriminatory local and federal policies, criminalization, incarceration, and a broad cultural consensus that views suffering as... more...

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