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Twice CrossCurrents has devoted an entire issue to feminism, first in 1988 and again a decade later in 1998. Gradually, feminist thinking has become so significant that it influences nearly every topic covered in this publication. In this special collection of more recent articles, the widening perspectives of feminist thinking become evident.  (This collection is not available in print, but appears here as a convenience to online readers. We hope that you will be convinced of the value of CrossCurrents by what appears here, and have the journal delivered to your doorstep by subscribing.)

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Table of Contents:

How Zen Found Me
JANET ABELS

The Risks of Repeating Ourselves:
Reading Feminist/Womanist Figures of Jesus

KAREN TRIMBLE ALLIAUME

The Cross: Should a Symbol Betrayed Be Reclaimed?
MARY C. BOYS

Eucharistic Ecology and Ecological Spirituality
BEATRICE BRUTEAU

That Every Child Who Wants Might Learn to Dance
PAULA M. COOEY

Is Paul the Father of Misogyny and Antisemitism?
PAMELA EISENBAUM

Queering Church, Churching Queers
ROBIN HAWLEY GORSLINE

Eve, Malignant or Maligned?
MARY PHIL KORSAK

In the Dark Speech of Praise and Birth:
The Prints of Judith Anderson

CATHERINE MADSEN

The Thin Thread of Conversation: An Interview with Mary Daly
CATHERINE MADSEN

Theology and Science without Dualism
ELIZABETH NEWMAN

Reclaiming Women's Experience:
A Reading of Selected Christian Feminist Theologies

MARIAN RONAN

The Bible as a Site for Struggle:
Rethinking Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza

MARIE SABIN

Women Transformed: The Ending of Mark Is The Beginning of Wisdom
MARIE SABIN

Green Lap, Brown Embrace, Blue Body: The Ecospirituality of Alice Walker
PAMELA A. SMITH

Womanist Theology, Epistemology, and a New Anthropological Paradigm
LINDA E. THOMAS

Rooted Hearts/Playful Minds:
Catholic Intellectual Life at Its Best

MARY JO WEAVER