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1: Introduction: Challenging Patriarchy: New Advances in Researching Religious Feminism and Religious Education.
2: The Contested Role of Education, Religion and Gender.
3: Gender, Religion, and the Work of Homeschooling.
4: Women’s Theologies, Women’s Pedagogies: Globalization, Education, and Liberation in Nicaragua.
5: Gender, Buddhism and Education: Dhamma and Social Transformation within the Theravada Tradition.
6: Shakti as a Liberatory and Educative Force for Hindu Women.
7: Shame and Borders: The ‘Aisyiyah’s Struggle for Muslim Women’s Education in Indonesia.
8: The Role of Silencing Among Religious Girls in Jewish, Christian-Arab, Muslim, and Bedouin Schools in Israel.
9: Religious Education and the Study of Religion.
10: Gendering Religious Studies: Reconstructing Religion and Gender Studies in Japan.
11: The Implications of the Feminization of Theology: Deconstructing Sacred Texts as an Educational Issue.
12: Religious Education Beyond Multireligious Instruction: Pupils’ and Students’ Reactions to Religious Education in a Context of Diversity.
13: “Holiness Class”: “Constructing a Constructive Woman” in a Zionist Religious Ulpana.
14: Migration and Identity.
15: Recovering the Voice of Women in Islam: Lessons for Educators and Others.
16: Germany, Islam, and Education: Unveiling the Contested Meaning(s) of the Headscarf.
17: Palestinian-Educated Women: Between Religion and Society.
18: Defying Religion or Changing Through Religion? Shifting Concepts of Religion, Culture, and Self.
19: Islam, Education, and Gender: Discourses and Practices Among Pakistani Diaspora in the UK.
20: Sexuality, Masculinity, the Body and Gendered Space.
21: The Role of Islam in the Lives of Girls and Women in Physical Education and Sport.
22: Homophobic Bullying in Catholic High Schools: Five US Studies in Heterosexism, Authority, Masculinity, and Religion.
23: Teenage Boys and Life Experience: Towards a Theory of Spirituality and Religiosity.
24: Embodying the Veil: Muslim Women and Gendered Islamophobia in ‘New Times’.
25: Rights, Equality, Secularism.
26: Learning Through Living: Intersections of Religion and Gender.
27: A World Beyond the Veil: Pursuing Gender Equality in Pakistan.
28: Fundamentalist Religion and Gender: The Case for an Inclusive Secular Education.
Conclusion: Intersections and Drivers of Change in Gender, Religion and Education.
About the Editors.
About the Contributors.