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“Engendering Nature” - Special Issue of the Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture


The Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture seeks submissions for a special issue with the theme "Engendering Nature".

This issue will explore the relationships between gender, nature, and the affective, spiritual, and religious dimensions of human experience.

More specifically, we seek analyses of how religion, gender, and nature are constructed and entangled; that engage with gendered eco-essentialisms positing gendered affinities with nature (as in some forms of ecofeminism, ecomaternalism, ecowomanism, feminist ethics of care, and goddess spiritualities). We are also interested in papers that analyze specific examples of women who work in and with nature, highlighting their personal relationships and philosophies with their environments.

The specific questions we would like to explore include, but are not limited to: