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Published on Oct 7, 2014
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September 24, 2014 | What are the most pressing issues at the intersection of faith and gender, and how can women of different faiths and views derive strength and meaning from their respective religions? A conference cosponsored by the the new web magazine altFem (from the founders of altMuslimah.com and altCatholicah.com), the Berkley Center’s project on Women, Religion, and the Family, and the World Faiths Development Dialogue explored these important questions. Panel discussions focused on: an examination and reframing of feminism to accommodate religious traditions; gender norms in religious dating and marriage; and achieving work-life balance among working mothers.
Crystal Corman, program manager, World Faiths Development Dialogue (moderator) Susan Katz Miller, author of Being Both: Embracing Two Religions in One Interfaith Family Salma Abugidier, columnist, AltMuslimah and founding board member, Peaceful Families Project Mollie Ziegler Hemingway, senior editor, The Federalist