Gender and the Language of Religion is a collection of fourteen innovative research papers by scholars from around the world. Each contributor explores themes of gender, language and religion allowing for a reflection on how these elements work alongside each other in complimentary and contradictory ways.
- Assertive, articulate and Islamic at the same time? How do British Muslim women online debunk negative stereotypes?
- Hindu’s ‘ideal husband,’ the god Ram, requires his wife to walk through fire. How do religious traditions shape a gendered-self and how is this reflected in the language?
- How do Saudi Arabian women talk religion in letters to the newspaper editor?
- Why are female Evangelical college students so quiet?
- Is feminism a core of Biblical revelation?
- Who swears more – women or men? Why?