Title: Embodied citizenship: female corporeality and conflict
Authors: Draulans, Veerle # ×
Issue Date: 2007
Series Title: Annali di studi religiosi vol:8 pages:27-49
Abstract: Images often unconsciously refer to the dividing line between dichotomies such as active-passive or public-private. We subject those dichotomies to a critical reflection on the concept of citizenship, inspired by Ruth Lister's distinction between 'to be a citizen' and 'to act as a citizen'. What does this distinction entail if confronted with David Hollenbach's search for mutual interdependence as the basis for solidarity? A theological analysis of the story of Hagar and a reflection on Dalit women concretizes these theories.
ISSN: 1592-5927
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: AT
Appears in Collections:Centre for Sociological Research
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