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Women healing earth : Third World women on ecology, feminism, and religion / edited and with introductions by Rosemary Radford Ruether.

Contributor(s): Ruether, Rosemary Radford.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Ecology and justice. Publisher: Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, c1996Description: vi, 186 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1570750572 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Ecofeminism -- Developing countries | Feminist theory -- Developing countries | Feminist theology -- Developing countries | Women and religion -- Developing countries
Contents:
Pt. 1. Latin America. The Trinity and human experience : an ecofeminist approach / Ivone Gebara -- In us life grows : an ecofeminist point of view / Mercedes Canas -- Latin America's poor women : inherent guardians of life / Gladys Parentelli -- Foreigners : a multicultural dialogue / Janet W. May -- After five centuries of mixings, who are we? : Walking with our dark grandmother's feet / Mary Judith Ress -- Pt. 2. Asia. Let us survive : women, ecology and development / Vandana Shiva -- Toward a feminist eco-theology for India / Aruna Gnanadason -- The world as the body of God : feminist perspectives on ecology and social justice / Gabriele Dietrich -- Reclaiming earth-based spirituality : indigenous women in the Cordillera / Victoria Tauli-Corpuz -- The forbidden tree and the year of the Lord / Sun Ai Lee-Park -- Pt. 3. Africa. Earth-healing in South Africa : challenges to church and mosque / Denise Ackermann and Tahira Joyner -- Shona women and the Mutupo principle / Tumani Mutasa Nyajeka -- Revisiting traditional management of indigenous woodlands / Sara C. Mvududu -- The Chisumphi cult : the role of women in preserving the environment / Isabel Apawo Phiri -- The Gikuyu theology of land and environmental justice / Teresia Hinga.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-186).

Pt. 1. Latin America. The Trinity and human experience : an ecofeminist approach / Ivone Gebara -- In us life grows : an ecofeminist point of view / Mercedes Canas -- Latin America's poor women : inherent guardians of life / Gladys Parentelli -- Foreigners : a multicultural dialogue / Janet W. May -- After five centuries of mixings, who are we? : Walking with our dark grandmother's feet / Mary Judith Ress -- Pt. 2. Asia. Let us survive : women, ecology and development / Vandana Shiva -- Toward a feminist eco-theology for India / Aruna Gnanadason -- The world as the body of God : feminist perspectives on ecology and social justice / Gabriele Dietrich -- Reclaiming earth-based spirituality : indigenous women in the Cordillera / Victoria Tauli-Corpuz -- The forbidden tree and the year of the Lord / Sun Ai Lee-Park -- Pt. 3. Africa. Earth-healing in South Africa : challenges to church and mosque / Denise Ackermann and Tahira Joyner -- Shona women and the Mutupo principle / Tumani Mutasa Nyajeka -- Revisiting traditional management of indigenous woodlands / Sara C. Mvududu -- The Chisumphi cult : the role of women in preserving the environment / Isabel Apawo Phiri -- The Gikuyu theology of land and environmental justice / Teresia Hinga.

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