Contested Normative Cultures. Gendered Perspectives on Religions and the Public/Private Divide.
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The article considers religious and secular normative cultures from a gendered perspective focusing on gender and the class and gender privileges linked to the introduction of a public/private divide. It finally discusses issues concerning 'gender display' and gender performance in the 21st century as a field, where 'religion', 'public', 'private' and 'gender' overlap, interact, and possibly take on new forms and new meanings and changes all involved actors.
|Title of host publication||Religion in Public Spaces. A European Perspective|
|Editors||Silvio Ferrari, Sabrina Pastorelli|
|Number of pages||20|
|Place of Publication||Surrey|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
|Series||Cultural Diversity and Law|
- The Faculty of Law