4 edition of Feminist Poetics of the Sacred found in the catalog.
June 28, 2001 by An American Academy of Religion Book .
Written in English
|Contributions||Frances Devlin-Glass (Editor), Lyn McCredden (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||282|
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The book builds on three decades of feminist research into such areas as goddess worship, indigenous spiritualities, eco-feminism, biblical hermeneutics, Christian and Islamic mysticism, subversive poetics, and mythological systems inside and outside the : Paperback. The book builds on three decades of feminist research into such areas as goddess worship, indigenous spiritualities, eco-feminism, biblical hermeneutics, Christian and Islamic mysticism, subversive poetics, and mythological systems inside and outside the mainstream.
This book is an interdisciplinary and multicultural study of ancient and contemporary texts that encode women's spirituality. Using modern critical methods such as feminist theory, the contributors examine how the ideas in these texts are reworked in different religious traditions.
This book is an interdisciplinary and multicultural study of ancient and contemporary texts that encode women's spirituality. The contributors, using modern critical methods such as feminist theory, poststructuralism, and the new historicisms, examine how Feminist Poetics of the Sacred book ideas in these texts are being reworked in different religious traditions.
Feminist Poetics of the Sacred: Creative Suspicions. Devlin-Glass, Frances, and Lyn McCredden (eds.) Description. This book is an interdisciplinary and multicultural study of ancient and contemporary texts that encode women’s spirituality.
The contributors, using modern critical methods such as feminist theory, post-structuralism, and the new. Get this from a library. Feminist Poetics of the Sacred book poetics of the sacred: creative suspicions.
[Frances Devlin-Glass; Lyn McCredden;] -- This is an interdisciplinary and multicultural study of ancient and contemporary texts that encode Feminist Poetics of the Sacred book spirituality.
The Feminist Poetics of the Sacred book, using modern critical methods such as feminist theory. Symbols Emphasizing the Importance of Sacred Representations to Feminist Theologies Sacred representations play one of the most important roles in the existence of feminist theologies.
When someone starts depicting the images of God in relation to women, it is inevitable to prevent bringing up the feminist part within religious images. In this work, Showalter traces a trajectory of modern (mid 19th to 20th century) feminist theory.
She states that fromthe "feminine era, women's rights were characterized by the. Anne Spencer’s Feminist Modernist Poetics egalitarian society in which both men and women could thrive. In her effort to give voice to the injuries that women have suffered in patriarchal societies, Spen - cer, like her feminist modernist contemporaries H.D.
and. Towards A Feminist poetics. Elaine Showalter is one of the most well-known names in the field of criticism, in general, and Feminist criticism, in particular. ‘Towards A Feminist poetics’ is one of Showalter’s most important Feminist Poetics of the Sacred book most influential critical essays.
Like most of her other major works, in this essay she tries to analyze the. Toward a Feminist Poetics by Elaine Showalter Elaine Showalter’s feminist criticism is a clearly articulated feminist literary theory.
Showalter has proposed a separate and independent model of feminist literary theory by rejecting the inevitability of male models and theories and by recalling the history of women’s writing to the present.
A few years ago, Feminist Poetics of the Sacred book got my hands on a terrific book that exemplified my struggle with writing and mothering. Edited by Patricia Diensfrey and Brenda Hillman, The Grand Permission: New Writings on Poetics and Motherhood, is the kind of text every woman-writer — and especially every mother-writer — should possess in her library (Wesleyan University Press, ).
Feminist poetics of the sacred, creative suspicionsFeminist poetics of the sacred, creative suspicions. Edited by Devlin-Glass, Frances and McCredden, Lynn. Toward a Feminist Poetics. Elaine Showalter. InLeon Edel, the distinguished biographer of Henry James, contributed to a London symposium of essays by six male critics called Contemporary Approaches to English Studies.
Professor Edel presented his essay as a dramatized discussion between three literary scholars who stand arguing about art on the steps of the British Museum. The book, like the cover, stands out from much of the Bhopal discourse in that it focuses on women’s oral histories of their experience during and following the UCC gas release.
11 Foundational to these struggles, unacknowledged women’s contributions can be recovered when we look to visual : Kamala Platt. Essays discuss American literature, feminist poetics, Black and Lesbian feminist criticism, and women's writing From inside the book What people are saying - Write a review.
Feminist Poetics in concerned with all of these questions, but also with the issue of rewriting an older poetics for what it does not say about the marginalisation of the feminine. The first half of the book traces the trajectory of a particular, feminine, academic subject learning to find her voice.
The second half uses that differently disciplined voice to re-read the textual traces of the Brand: Taylor And Francis. This question conveys the dynamic life and the theme that connects the 10 essays in Jennifer Reek’s A Poetics of Church: Reading and Writing Sacred Spaces of Poetic Dwelling.
At times elusive, always allusive with countless conversation partners, Reek invites us on a journey with poet-thinker “companions,” including Ignatius of Loyola. Abstract. Feminist criticism can be divided into two distinct varieties. The first type is concerned with woman as reader — with woman as the consumer of male-produced literature, and with the way in which the hypothesis of a female reader changes our apprehension of a given text, awakening us to the significance of its sexual codes.
I shall call this kind of analysis the feminist critique Author: K. Newton. Bradford, Clare. Mother, Maiden, Child: Gender as Performance in The Book of Margery Kempe in Feminist Poetics of the Sacred: Creative Suspicions (). Long-listed for the National Book Award for poetry and consistently named one of the best books of the year, Monica Youn's stunning Blackacre is the Author: Sadie Trombetta.
She inhabits books as holy spaces of poetic dwelling; and writers such as Yves Bonnefoy, French agnostic poet, Hélène Cixous, French Jewish feminist philosopher, and Ignatius Loyola, are guides, like Virgil and Beatrice, to new interior worlds, where richness of imagination and experience form what Reek calls : Kathryn Wills.
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Gynocriticism A Brief Note. By Nasrullah Mambrol on Septem • (3). A concept introduced by Elaine Showalter in Towards a Feminist Poetics gynocriticism refers to a kind of criticism with woman as writer/producer of textual meaning, as.
deepen the political, feminist implications of women's poetry. My intention here is to define a feminist theory of poetics by analyzing selected essays and volumes of poetry contempo rary American women poets--Adrienne Rich, Audre Lorde, Carolyn Forche, Olga Broumas, and Cathy Song.
I have chosen these poets. Watz’s book is not only an important contribution to second-wave Carter criticism but also a tribute to her politics and poetics – dense, erudite, and thought provoking, and alert to the complexities and ambivalences of Carter’s method of writing as a mode Author: Martine Hennard Dutheil de la Rochère.
What I study and think about is black social life as it intersects the sacred, as the deviant scene of alternative practices of the sacred.
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Feminist theory An extension of feminism’s critique of male power and ideology, feminist theory combines elements of other theoretical models such as psychoanalysis, Marxism, poststructuralism, and deconstruction to interrogate the role of gender in the writing.
Featuring Belladonna* Collaborative Poet Celina Su. Jennifer Firestone's Civic Liberal Arts course, Feminist Avant-garde Poetics, in partnership with Belladonna* Collaborative, will be hosting a poetry reading will consist of featured poet and scholar Celina Su, Marilyn J. Gittell Chair in Urban Studies and an Associate Professor of Political Science at the City University of New.
The Dream of a Common Language, by Adrienne Rich With a career that has spanned seven decades, Adrienne Rich may be the most prolific of feminist poets. When she began writing in the s, her work was described as excellent, but a tad on the formal and decorous side (in one instance, Rich herself was described as “a polite copyist of Yeats”).Author: Monique Alice.
The conference on “Poetics of Law, Poetics of Decolonization” will focus on the investigation of legal and poetic form, each in relation to the other, and, together, in relations to histories of colonialism, of juridical institutions, of colonial settler-colonial violence, and of anti-colonial struggle and practice.
Waldman isn’t the only contemporary poet seeking a feminism that can rise from the ashes of that teleology and a feminist poetics that can reckon with the country’s current political realities.
An anthology published this March, Women of Resistance: Poems for a New Feminism, collects work by nearly 50 poets (Waldman among them), all of.
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F Devlin-Glass, L McCredden (), pp.Feminist poetics of the sacred, creative suspicions, Oxford, England, B1. Practice and Politics pdf a Feminist Literary Criticism' ANNETTE KOLODNY 'Toward a Feminist Poetics' ELAINE SHOWALTER Sexual/ Textual Politics: Feminist Literary Theory TORIL MOI Gynesis: Configurations of Woman and Modernity ALICE A.
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'Somebody with a Author: Sadie Trombetta.Feminist poetry. See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Poetry; Narrower terms: Feminist poetry, American; Feminist poetry, English.