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Paperback, 296 pages
Published November 9th 1988 by Beacon Press (first published 1986)
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Teri Uktena
Oct 17, 2019 rated it liked it
At this point the information is dated, although still a good starting point for someone who is wanting to understand women's spirituality. The arguments here are grounded in White Western/Christian culture and are rightly arguing against the assumptions that male experience is normative for all humans, psychology is right to other women (Freud among many others), history is right to prioritize male dominance and privilege and so on.

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Catherine Keller is the author of the poetry chapbook ‘Sonder’ (No Frills Buffalo, 2018), which covers topics such as mental health, sexism, social injustice, and the creative process. Born and bred in Buffalo, the 22-year-old went to The College at Brockport to get her Bachelor’s Degree in Communications with a minor in Sociology, which she completed in December 2017. She has also had poetry ...more