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Women, religion, and peacebuilding, illuminating the unseen, Susan Hayward and Katherine Marshall, editors

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Women, religion, and peacebuilding, illuminating the unseen, Susan Hayward and Katherine Marshall, editors
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Women, religion, and peacebuilding
Nature of contents
bibliography
Oclc number
1011848207928111478
Responsibility statement
Susan Hayward and Katherine Marshall, editors
Sub title
illuminating the unseen
Table Of Contents
Religious women's invisibility: obstacles and opportunities -- Catholic women building peace: invisibility, ideas, and institutions expand participation / Maryann Cusimano Love -- Muslim women's peacebuilding initiatives / S. Ayse Kadayifci-Orellana -- Creating peaceful and sustainable communities through the spiritual empowerment of Women in Buddhism and Hinduism / Dena Merriam -- Jewish women in peacebuilding: embracing disagreement in the pursuit of "Shalom" / Lucy Kurtzer-Ellenbogen -- An all-women peacekeeping group: lessons from the Mindanao People's Caucus / Margaret Jenkins -- Women, religion, and peacebuilding in Kaduna State, Nigeria / Bilkisu Yusuf and Kathleen McGarvey -- The politics of resistance: Muslim women negotiating peace in Aceh, Indonesia / Etin Anwar -- Women reborn: a case study of the intersection of women, religion, and peacebuilding in a Palestinian village in Israel / Andrea K. Blanch, with co-authors Esther Hertzog and Ibtisam Mahameed -- Women citizens and believers as agents of peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina / Zilka Spahi iljak -- Women peacebuilders in postcoup Honduras: their spiritual struggle to transform multiple forms of violence / Monica A. Maher -- Women, religion, and trauma healing: A case in India / Anjana Dayal Prewitt -- Strengthening religious women's work for peace / Jacqueline Ogega and Katherine Marshall -- Women, religion, and peace: seeking common ground -- Appendix: scholars and practitioners engaged with women, religion, and peace
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