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Table of Contents for
Canadian Women Shaping Diasporic Religious Identities, edited by Becky R. Lee and Terry Tak-ling Woo

Section I: Christianity and Judaism in Newfoundland, Ontario, and Alberta

1. “He’s My Best Friend“: Relationality, Materiality, and the Manipulation of Motherhood in Devotion to St Gerard Majella in Newfoundland | Marion Bowman

2. “She Couldn’t Come to the Table ’til She Was Churched”: Anglican Women, Childbirth, and Embodied Christian Practice in Conception Bay, Newfoundland | Bonnie Morgan

3. On the Margins of Church and Society: Roman Catholic Feminisms in English-Speaking Canada | Becky R. Lee

4. Unveiling Leah: Examining Women’s Voices in Two Canadian Jewish Worship Services | Aviva Goldberg

Section II: New Religions in Canada

5. Charity Chicks: A Discourse-Analysis of Religious Self-Identification by Rural Canadian Mormon Women | Katherine Power

6. “The Whole World Opened Up”: Women in Canadian Theosophy | Gillian McCann

7. Belief, Identity, and Social Action in the Lives of Bahá’í Women | Lynn Echevarria

Section III: South Asian Religions in Southwest Ontario

8. Being Hindu in Canada: Experiences of Women | Anne Pearson and Preeti Nayak

9. Women in Hinduism: Ritual Leadership in the Adhi Parasakthi Temple Society of Canada | Nanette Spina