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Unconventional Sisterhood: Feminist Catholic Nuns in the Philippines

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Unconventional Sisterhood is an ethnographic exploration of the ways in which Filipina Missionary Benedictine Sisters are renegotiating traditional understandings of gender, religious responsibility, and national identity in the context of a rapidly globalizing nation. Unlike the popular stereotypes of staid sisters cloaked in rigid religious dogmatism, they are doing so b ...more
Hardcover, 264 pages
Published October 23rd 2001 by University of Michigan Press
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Jan 15, 2013 Mary rated it really liked it
Such an interesting book! I only wish there was a bit more of the informants' interviews featured, though the great analysis of what was used made up for the shortage in actual interview material. I would have liked to know a bit more about the nuns themselves - how they reconciled their religious life and feminism. There was some of that in the book, but not quite enough for my taste. Still, definitely worth a read if you're interested in nuns, feminism, or the Philippines (or any combination t ...more
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