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BANQUE DE DONNEES BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES INFORMATISEES
 
SPIRITUALITES FEMINISTES NORD-AMERICAINES
 
 
Nicole Auclair Morin
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                        Table of Contents
 
 
 
INTRODUCTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
 
I.   Bibliographie de style Turabian du repertoire Femmes en
     Spiritualite.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
 
II.  Liste des periodiques et  des bibliographies publiees en
     lien avec le sujet Femmes en Spiritualite . . . . . .  47
 
 
                          INTRODUCTION
 
      Cette introduction a pour but d'indiquer les parametres
du contenu et de la forme de cette recherche bibliographique
informatisee.  Dans un premier temps, nous croyons qu'une
brieve presentation du sujet de la recherche (contenu)
s'impose.  La spiritualite feministe est une discipline qui
s'est elaboree ulterieurement a l'interieur du champ de la
pensee feministe.
 
      Le feminisme, pour sa part, peut etre defini, au debut
des annees soixante, comme un important mouvement
socio-politique qui, grace a la denonciation de l'oppression
des femmes, cherche a faire advenir des changements sociaux et
politiques en vue du bien-etre et du mieux-vivre des femmes.
Ces changements ont emerge par des prises de conscience des
femmes sur leurs experiences de vie.  Ainsi, les prises de
conscience feministes nous apparaissent, de par leur nature,
comme un processus d'etre (Finson, 1987, p.65).  Ce processus
d'etre fait du desir de bien-etre et de la volonte de
mieux-vivre a propage, sans tarder, son influence aux
disciplines academiques les plus variees (psychologie,
science, theologie/sciences religieuses).
 
      Or, la preoccupation feministe du religieux et/ou du
spirituel est liee au mouvement de critique des religions
patriarcales qui, a la fin des annees soixante, s'est fait
tout d'abord dans le domaine de la theologie.  D'un mouvement
de deconstruction et de destructuration dans les annees
soixante et soixante-dix suit, a notre avis, un mouvement de
reconstruction eclectique dans les annees quatre-vingts et
quatre-vingt-dix.  Aujourd'hui, le travail critique de la
pensee feministe sur le religieux et/ou le spirituel ne
s'adresse plus uniquement au discours theologique, mais a tous
discours sur le sacre, les rites religieux et s'interpelle sur
la diversite des experiences religieuses des femmes.
 
      Bref, pour une definition de la spiritualite feministe,
nous jugeons pertinant les precisions suivantes: que les mots
feministe et feminisme semblent indiquer fondamentalement un
processus d'etre (Finson, 1987, p.65); et que le mot
spiritualite peut se definir comme une quete cherchant
l'accomplissement et la liberation humaine qui, chez certaines
personnes, tend vers la transcendance (King, 1989, p.5).  Ceci
dit, nous percevons donc la spiritualite feministe comme une
synthese, un amalgame alliant le processus d'etre et
l'experience de liberation.
 
Genres de spiritualite
 
     La spiritualite de lutte et d'exode sont deux categories
de base utilisees pour decrire, dans le premier cas (lutte)
l'intention et l'action de la pensee reformiste, et dans le
second cas (exode) l'intention et l'action de la pensee
revolutionnaire.  Toutefois, la spiritualite feministe
contemporaine a depasse ces deux possibilites et ainsi il est
inexact dans notre contexte actuel de parler de systeme
binaire.  Parmi les nouvelles possibilites, nous retrouvons
des spiritualites de redemption, d'incarnation, de lien a la
Deesse, des spiritualites amerindiennes...
 
     Passons maintenant a la seconde etape de cette
introduction qui est d'indiquer les parametres de la forme de
cette recherche. Tout d'abord, cette banque de donnees
informatisees fut possible grace a un assitanat a la recherche
confere a Nicole Auclair Morin en vue de l'elaboration d'un
repertoire bibliographique sur Femmes & Spiritualite.
 
     Des recherches intensives furent entreprises dans les
banques automatisees: Reli, Eric, PsyInfo, Sociological
Abstracts, Social Scisearch, Philosopher's Index, Dissertation
Adstracts.
 
     Ces recherches ont permis de repertorier la majorite des
titres retenus pour notre banque de donnees.  De plus, les
bibliographies de Anne Carson Feminist Spirituality and the
Feminine Divine. An Annotated Bibliography en reference a la
bibliotheque Morisset et de Shelley Finson Women and Religion.
A Bibliographic Guide to Christian Feminist Liberation
Theology disponible pour consultation au Centre canadien de
recherche sur femmes et religions furent aussi des aides
precieuses.  Toutefois, ces deux repertoires bibliographiques
dont la date de publication est de 1986 pour le livre de A.
Carson et de 1988 pour celui de S. Finson, ne pouvaient nous
servir de reference pour les plus recents titres. Il nous a
donc ete possible de completer cette lacune dans le temps en
examinant avec soin les banques automatisees susmentionnees.
Le livre de Mme Ursula King Women and Spirituality. Voices of
Protest & Promise avec son excellente bibliographie nous
offerait, de ce point de vue, des titres d'articles europeens
non-repertories par les banques automatisees americaines.  Une
derniere banque serait a consulter pour completer cette
recherche; il s'agit du repertoire Francis maintenant
disponible (moyennant des frais de telecommunication) a la
bibliotheque Morisset depuis septembre 1992.  Ce repertoire,
en plus d'avoir l'avantage d'un catalogue specifiquement
europeen, est fait d'au moins 60% de titres francais.  En ce
qui concerne les mots cles
 
     C'est bien en depit de plus d'une decennie d'utilisation
explicite de l'expression spiritualite feministe que plusieurs
titres importants ne peuvent etre retrouver sous ce vocable.
Il nous a donc fallu diversifier les mots-cles pour s'assurer
de repertorier le maximun de titres.  L'abreviation des mots
dans le monde techno-informatique nous permettait une
extension de notre recherche.  Par exemple, l'abreviation FEM.
nous donnait acces a tous les articles ou monographies portant
pour descripteurs soit: femme, femmes, feminisme, feministe,
feministes.  Nous pouvons apprecier par cet exemple les
avantages de l'abreviation des descripteurs pour les fins
d'une recherche consciencieuse.  Nos principaux descripteurs
de base etaient pour la recherche francophone: Femme(s),
Feminisme, Feministe(s), Religion, Spiritualite; et pour la
recherche anglophone: Woman, Women, Feminism, Feminist(s),
Religion, Spirituality.
 
Le choix du logiciel
 
     Le choix du logiciel Library Master a necessite une
recherche en elle- meme.  Des nombreux logiciels disponibles
sur le marche, nous devions nous assurer de choisir un
programme competent a gerer l'avalanche d'informations qui lui
serait confiee au cours des ans.  Nous devions aussi reflechir
aux possibilites d'adaptation (par importation et exportation)
de ce systeme a des systemes de traitement de texte plus
populairement utilises.  Nous referons ici a un transfert de
donnees de Library Master vers Word Perfect ou Microsoft Word.
Je le repete donc notre premiere preoccupation etait
l'adaptabilite du systeme pour une clientele tant professorale
qu'etudiante dont les connaissances et l'equipement en
informatique varient de facon considerable.  Un second
caractere d'adaptabilite de ce systeme est les diverses
possibilites stylistiques (Turabian, APA, Chicago"A",
Chicago"B"...) pour la presentation bibliographie qui
repondent, a leur tour, aux besoins diversifies de notre meme
clientele.  Un dernier caractere d'adaptabilite (nous vous
faisons grace des autres) est la possibilite de produire un
document imprime qui soit sous forme: a) d'une bibliographie
simple, b) d'une bibliographie annotee (livrant le/les
descripteurs thematiques, la collaboration et les
contributions a un ouvrage, le resume qui peut avoir jusqu'a
une trentaine de pages par reference), ou encore c) de fiches
(dont la cote precise le lieu du periodique ou de la
monographie).
 
     Enfin, le present travail offre un document imprime qui
comprend: I - une liste bibliographique de style Turabian des
615 titres repertories; II - une liste des periodiques et des
bibliographies publiees en lien avec le sujet de Femmes et
Spiritualite.
 
     La valeur de cette banque de donnees ne lui est attribuee
que par l'utilisation simple et sure qu'elle permet.  Il est
donc a souhaiter qu'elle sera disponible a toutes celles et
ceux qui s'interessent a ce sujet et qu'elle sera mise a jour
par de nouvelles chercheures.
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I. Bibliographie de style Turabian du repertoire Femmes and
Spiritualite.
 
 
Adler, Margaret. Drawing Down the Moon: Witches,
Druids, Goddess-worshippers and Other Pagans in
America Today. New York: Viking Press, 1979;
reprint ed., Boston: Beacon Press, 1981.
 
Agonito, Rosemary. History of Ideas on Woman: A
Source Book. New York: Putnam, 1977.
 
Atkinson, Clarissa W., Constance H. Buchanan and
Margaret R. Miles, eds. Immaculate and Powerful:
The Female in Sacred Image and Social Reality.
Boston: Beacon Press, 1985.
 
Contributors: C.W. Atkinson, D.C. Bass, S. Briggs,
B.J. Brooten, J.A. Hackett, J. Van Herik, N. Jay,
A.C. Klein, F. Apffel Marglin, M.R. Miles, B.
Corrado Pope, D.S. Williams.
 
Aubert, Jean-Marie. L'exil au f<'e>minin:
antif<'e>minisme et christianisme. Paris: Cerf,
1988.
 
Bacchetta, Vittorio. "Feminist Theology Strengthens
Spirituality." New Catholic Times 11,5 (March
1987):3.
 
Bachofen, Joann Jakob. Myth, Religion and Mother
Right: Selected Writings of J.J. Bachofen.
Translated by Ralph Manheim. Princeton, NJ:
Princeton University Press, 1967.
 
Banks, Olive. Faces of Feminism: A Study of
Feminism as a Social Movement. New York: ST.
Martin's Press, 1981.
 
Barciauskas, Rosemary Curran and Debra B. Hull.
"Other Women's Daughters: Integrative Feminism,
Public Spirituality." Cross Currents: A
Quarterley Review to Explore the Implications of
Christianity for Our Times 36,1 (1988):32-52.
 
Bartky, Sandra Lee. Feminity and Domination:
Studies in the Phenomenology of Oppression. New
York and London: Routledge, 1990.
 
Bass, Dorothy C. and Sandra Hughes Boyd. Women in
American Religious History. An Annotated
Bibliography and Guide to Sources . Boston: G.
K. Hall & Co., 1986.
 
Bearlin, Margaret. "The Personal Is Political Is
Spiritual: The Interconnectedness of All Things." In
Opening the Cage. Edited by M. Franklin and
R. Jones.  , 1987.
 
Beauvoir, Simone de. Le deuxi<`e>me sexe. I -
Les faits et les mythes. II - L'exp<'e>rience
v<'e><,c>ue. Paris: Gallimard, 1949; reprint ed.,
Paris: Gallimard, 1968.
 
Bell, Marilyn J. "Feminist Spirituality: Bags, Hags
and Crones." Resources for Feminist
Research/Documentation sur la recherche
f<'e>ministe 11,2 (July 1982):223-224.
 
Bellah, Robert N. Beyond Belief: Essays on
Religion in a Post-Traditional World. New York:
Harper & Row, 1970.
 
B<'e>r<`e>re, Marie-Jeanne, Ren<'e>e Dufourt et
Donna Singles. Et si on ordonnat des femmes?
Paris: Le Centurion, 1982.
 
Berger, Pamela. The Goddess Obscured:
Transformation of the Grain Protectress from Goddess
to Saint. Boston: Beacon Press, 1985.
 
Berliner, Patricia Mary. "Journeying Together on the
Strength of a Promise." Spiritual Life 31,1
(1985):39-41.
 
Berry, Patricia. "The Rape of Demeter/Persephone and
Neurosis." Spring: An Annual of Archetypal
Psychology and Jungian Thought  (1975):186-198.
 
Bishop, Margaret. "Feminist Spirituality &
Non-violence." In Reweaving the Web of Life:
Feminism and Nonviolence, pp. 156-161. Edited by
P. McAllister. Philadelphia: New Society Publishers,
1982.
 
Blake, Linda Jewell. "Unfolding Spirituality -
Women's Stories: An Exploration of Women's
Spirituality from the Perspective of Women's
Psychological Development." Ed. D. thesis,
University of Massachusetts, 1991.
 
Bloesch, Donald G. Is the Bible Sexist?: Beyond
Feminism and Patriarchalism. Westchester, IL:
Crossway Books, 1982.
 
Bolen, Jean Shinoda. Goddesses in Everywoman: A
New Psychology of Women. New York: Harper & Row,
1984.
 
Bouchier, David. The Feminist Challenge: The
Movement for Women's Liberation in Britain and the
United States. London: Macmillan, 1983; reprint
ed., New York: Schocken Books, 1984.
 
Boulding, Elise. The Underside of History: A View
of Women Through Time. Boulder, CO: Westview
Press, 1976.
 
Branca, Kathleen Peters. Review of Wind of
Change: Women Challenge the Church, by Joan
Chittister. National Catholic Reporter 23
(May 1987): 13.
 
Braxton, Bernard. Sex and Religion in Oppression:
Sexual and Religious Exploitation of Women,
Anti-Abortion, Anti-Lesbianism and Wife-Beating.
Washington, DC: Verta Press, 1978.
 
Breitsprecher, Nancy. Review of Seasons of Woman,
The Spiral Dance and The Woman's Tale, by -.
Anglican Theological Review 64,2 (April
1982): 223-227.
 
Briggs, Sheila. "Women and Religion." In
Analysing Gender: A Handbook of Social Science
Research. Edited by Beth B. Hess. Newbury Park,
CA: Sage Publications, 1987.
 
Browne, J. Patrick and Timothy J. Lukes. "Women
Called Catholics: The Sources of Dissatisfaction
with the Church." Journal for the Scientific
Study of Religion 27,2 (June 1988):284-290.
 
Bruns, J. Edgar. God as Woman, Woman as God.
New York: Paulist Press, 1973.
 
Bruteau, Beatrice. Neo-Feminism and Communion
Consciousness. Chambersburg, PA: Anima
Publications, 1979.
 
Buchanan, Constance H. "Women's Studies." In The
Encyclopedia of Religion, vol 15, pp. 433-440.
New York: Macmillan, 1987.
 
_______. "Women and Religion: Feminist Scholarship
in Theology." In The Women's Annual: The Year in
Review 1981, pp. 236-247. Edited by Barbara
Haber. Boston, MA: G.K. Hall & Co., 1982.
 
_______. "Women and Religion: Feminist Scholarship
in Theology." In The Women's Annual: The Year in
Review 1980, pp. 231-243. Edited by Barbara
Haber. Boston, MA: G.K. Hall & Co., 1981.
 
Budapest, Zsuzsanna. The Grandmothers of Time: A
Woman's Book of Spells, Celebrations and Sacred
Objects for Every Month of the Year. San
Francisco, CA: Harper & Row, 1989.
 
_______. The Holy Book of Women's Mysteries.
2 vols. Oakland, CA: Susan B. Anthony Coven, 1980.
 
_______. "Politics of Women's Religion." Bread
and Roses: A Women's Journal of Issues and the
Arts 2,3 (1980):28-29.
 
_______. "The Death of the Witch." Sister
10,3 (June 1979):7.
 
B<"u>hrig, Marga. "Woman and Power." Journal of
Women and Religion 2,1 (1982):5-13.
 
Bunge, Marcia. "Feminism in Different Voices:
Resources for the Church." Word and World:
Theology for Christian Ministry 8,4
(1988):321-326.
 
Burghardt, Walter J., ed. Women: New
Dimensions. New York: Paulist Press, 1977.
 
Contributors: R.E. Brown, E. Carroll, M.A. Farley,
E. Sch<"u>ssler Fiorenza, M. Aquin O'Neil, A.E.
Patrick, C. Safilios-Rothschild, R. Radford Ruether,
G.H. Tavard.
 
Bynum, Caroline Walker, Stephen Harvell and Paula
Richman, eds. Gender and Religion: On the
Complexity of Symbols. Boston: Beacon Press,
1986.
 
Contributors: C. Walker Bynum, Margaret Mills, C.F.
Keyes, S. Harrell, C.M. Wallace, P. Richman, A.H.
Black, M.A. Williams, J. Stratton Hawley, J.E.
Toews.
 
Cady, Marian Ronan and Hal Taussig. Sophia, the
Future of Feminist Spirituality. New York:
Harper & Row, 1986.
 
Cahill, Lisa Sowle. "Feminist Ethics."
Theological Studies 51 (March 1990): 49-64.
 
_______. Review of Women's Psyche, Women's
Spirit: The Reality of Relationships, by Mary
Lou Randour. Theological Studies 48 (December
1987):797-798.
 
Caldecott, L. and S. Leland, eds. Reclaim the
Earth: Women Speak Out for Life on Earth.
London: The Women's Press, 1983.
 
Calio, Louise. "A Rebirth of the Goddess in
Contemporary Women Poets of the Spirit." Studia
Mystica 7,1 (1984):50-59.
 
Campbell, Joseph. The Masks of God. Vol. 1:
Primitive Mythology. , 1959; reprint ed., New
York: Viking Press, 1968.
 
Canadian Religious Conference. General Assembly.
Women: For What World? In What Church?
Ottawa: Canadian Religious Conference, 1985.
 
Carmody, Denise Lardner. The Good Alliance:
Feminism, Religion and Education. Lanham, MD:
University Press of America, 1991.
 
_______. The Double Cross: Ordination, Abortion
and Catholic Feminism. New York: Crossroad,
1986.
 
_______. Seizing the Apple: A Feminist
Spirituality of Personal Growth. New York:
Crossroad, 1984.
 
_______. "Summary of the Discussions: The Role of
Women in Theology." Catholic Theological Society
of America Proceedings 38 (1983):74-76.
 
_______. Feminism and Christianity: A Two-Way
Reflection. Nashville: Adingdon Press, 1982.
 
Carr, Anne E. "The Search for Wholeness."
Criterion: A Publication of the Divinity School
of the University of Chicago 23 (August
1984):4-7.
 
_______. "Coming of Age in Christianity: Women and
the Churches." Furrow 34,6 (June
1983):345-358.
 
_______. "Is a Christian Feminist Theology
Possible?" Theological Studies 43,2
(1982):279-297.
 
_______. "On Feminist Spirituality." Horizons:
The Journal of the College Theology Society 9,1
(1982):96-103.
 
_______. "Theological Anthropology and the
Experience of Women." Chicago Studies 19,2
(1980):113-125.
 
Carr, Anne E. and Elisabeth Sch<"u>ssler Fiorenza,
eds. "La femme a-t-elle une nature sp<'e>ciale."
Concilium: revue internationale de
th<'e>ologie 238 (1991).
 
Carson, Anne 1950. Feminist Spirituality and
Feminine Divine: An Annotated Bibliography.
Trumansburg, NY: Crossing Press, 1986.
 
Castro, Ginette. Radioscopie du f<'e>minisme
am<'e>ricain. Paris: Presses de la Fondation
nationale des sciences politiques, 1984.
 
Chamberlain, Kerry and Sheryl Zika. "Religiosity,
Life Meaning and WellBeing: Some Relationships in a
Sample of Women." Journal for Scientific Study of
Religion 27,3 (September 1988):411-420.
 
Chambers, Patricia Price and Paul H. Chalfant. "A
Changing Role or the Same Old Handmaidens: Women's
Role in Today's Church." Review of Religious
Research 19,2 (1978):192-197.
 
Chavez-Garcia, Sylvia and Daniel A. Helminiak.
"Sexuality and Spirituality: Friends Not Foes."
Journal of Pastoral Care 39,2 (June
1985):151-163.
 
Chervin, Ronda. The Woman's Tale: A Journal of
Inner Exploration. New York: Seabury Press,
1980.
 
Chesler, Phyllis. Femmes et folie. , 1972.
 
_______. Women and Madness. Garden City, NY:
Doubleday Press, 1972.
 
Chicago, Judy. The Birth Project. Garden
City, NY: Doubleday, 1985.
 
_______. The Dinner Party: A Symbol of Our
Heritage. Garden City, NY: Anchor
Press/Doubleday, 1979.
 
_______. "Revelations of the Goddess."
Coevolution Quarterley 21 (1979):54-58.
 
Chittister, Joan D. "A Full Picture of God: A Look
at Feminist Spirituality." Sojourners 16,7
(July 1987):34-37.
 
_______. "Yesterday's Dangerous Vision: Christian
Feminism in the Catholic Church." Sojourners
16,7 (July 1987):18-21.
 
_______. "Joan Chittister: A Model for Christian
Feminism." Other Side 22,3 (April
1986):12-15.
 
_______. "Communities of Women Religious: Paradigms
of Oppression and Liberation." Religious
Intellectual Life 4,1 (1986):84-104.
 
_______. Winds of Change: Women Challenge the
Church. Kansas City, MO: Sheed and Ward, 1986.
 
_______. Women, Ministry and the Church. New
York: Paulist Press, 1983.
 
Chodorow, Nancy. Feminism and Psychoanalytic
Theory. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1989.
 
_______. The Reproduction of Mothering:
Psychoanalysis and the Sociology of Gender.
Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1978.
 
Choquette, Diane. New Religious Movements in the
United States and Canada: A Critical Study.
Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1985.
 
_______. The Goddess Walks Among Us: Feminist
Spirituality in Thought and Action. A Select
Bibliography. Berkeley, CA: Graduate Theological
Union Library, 1981.
 
Christ, Carol P. Laughter of Aphrodite:
Reflections on a Journey to the Goddess. New
York: Harper & Row, 1987.
 
_______. "Ritual with Aphrodite." Anima: An
Experimental Journal of Celebration 12
(1985):25-33.
 
_______. Diving Deep and Surfacing: Women Writers
on Spiritual Quest. Boston: Beacon Press, 1980.
 
_______. "Heretics and Outsiders: The Struggle Over
Female Power in Western Religion." Soundings: A
Interdisciplinary Journal 61,3 (1978):260-280.
 
_______. "The New Feminist Theology: A Review of the
Literature." Religious Studies Review 3,4
(October 1977):203-210.
 
_______. "Feminist Studies in Religion and
Literature: A Methodological Reflection." Journal
of the American Academy of Religion 2 (1976):
317-325.
 
Christ, Carol P. and Judith Plaskow, eds.
Womanspirit Rising: A Feminist Reader in
Religion. San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1979.
 
Contributors: V. Saiving, R. Radford Ruether, M.
Daly, S. Collins, P. Trible, E. Sch<"u>ssler
Fiorenza, E. McLaughlin, E. Pagels, M. Stone, N.
Morton, R. Gross, N. Janowitz, M. Wenig, J. Plaskow,
A. Cantor, N.R. Goldenberg, C.P. Christ, P.
Washbourn, Strahawk, Z.E. Budapest.
 
Cixous, H<'e>l<`e>ne and Catherine Cl<'e>ment.
The Newly Born Woman. Traduction de Betsy
Wing. Minneapolis: University  of Minnesota Press,
1986.
 
Clark, Elizabeth A. and Herbert Richardson, eds.
Women and Religion: A Feminist Sourcebook of
Christian Thought. New York: Harper & Row, 1977.
 
Clark, Judith Freeman. Almanac of American Women
in the 20th Century. New York: Prentice Hall,
1987.
 
Clark, Rosalind Elizabeth. "Goddess, Fairy Mistress
and Sovereignty: Women of the Irish Supernatural."
Ph.D. dissertation, University of Massachussets,
1985.
 
Collins, Adela Yarbro. Feminist Perspectives on
Biblical Scholarship. Chico, CA: Scholars Press,
1985.
 
Collins, Sheila D. "Historical Turning Point:
Feminism and Socialism." Radical Religion: A
Quarterly Journal of Critical Thought 3,2
(1977): 5-11.
 
_______. "Women's Revolution." Engage/Social
Action 3 (July 1975):34-36.
 
_______. A Different Heaven and Earth: A Feminist
Perspective on Religion. Valley Forge, PA:
Judson Press, 1974.
 
Conn, Joann Wolski. "A Discipleship of Equals: Past,
Present, Future." Horizons: The Journal of the
College Theology Society 14 (1987):232-261.
 
________.       ed. Women's Spirituality:
Resources for Christian Development. New York:
Paulist Press, 1986.
 
Contributors: J. Wolski Conn, S.M. Schneiders, A.
Carr, C. Gilligan, R. Kegan, J. Baker Miller, L.
Eichenbaum, S. Orbach, N.R. Goldenberg, D. Wehr, E.
Tetlow, J. Fowler, R. Haughton, E.A. Johnson, E.
Sch<"u>ssler Fiorenza, B. Cooke, C. FitzGerald.
 
_______. "Contemporary Women's Spirituality; a
Breakthrough of Power." Catholic Theological
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Atlantis: Women's Studies Journal. Wolfville,
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L'autre Parole. Rimouski, Qc: Montr<'e>al: Le
Collectif de L'autre Parole.
 
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Feminist Studies. New York: , 1975-.
 
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Feminist Studies, Critical Studies.
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Heresies: A Feminist Publication on Art and
Politics. New York: Heresies Collective Inc.,
1981-.
 
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Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion.
Chico, CA: Scholars Press, 1985-.
 
Journal of Women and Religion. Berkeley, CA:
Graduate Theological Union, 1981-.
 
Quest: A Feminist Quarterly. Washington,
DC: , 1974-.
 
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Resources for Feminist Research/ Documentation
sur la recherche feministe. Toronto: Dept. of
Sociology, Ontario Institute for Studies in
Education, 1979-.
 
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Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and
Society. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago
Press, 1975-.
 
Women's Review of Books. Wellesley, MA:
Wellesley College Center for Research on Women,
1983-.
 
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Women's Studies International Quarterly.
Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1978-1981.
 
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Women's Studies Quarterly. Old Westbury,
NY: Feminist Press: The National Women's Studies
Association, 1981-.
 
 
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Carson, Anne, 1950. Feminist Spirituality and
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Choquette, Diane. The Goddess Walks Among Us:
Feminist Spirituality in Thought and Action. A
Select Bibliography. Berkeley, CA: Graduate
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Farians, Elizabeth. Selected Bibliography on
Woman and Religion, 1965-1972. Cincinnati, 1973.
 
Finson, Shelley Davis. Women and Religion. A
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1988.
 
Fischer, Clare Benedicks. Breaking Through: A
Bibliography of Women and Religion. Berkeley,
CA: Graduate Theological Union Library, 1980.
 
Gelfand, Elissa D. French Feminist Criticism -
Women, Language and Literature: An Annotated
Bibliography. New York: Garland Publications,
1985.
 
Melton, J. Gordon. Magic, Witchcraft and Paganism
in America: A Bibliography. New York: Garland,
1982.
 
Richardson, Marilyn. Black Women and Religion: A
Bibliography. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1980.
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