Darlene Juschka is an associate professor of Women\'s Studies and Religious Studies at the Univer... more
Darlene Juschka is an associate professor of Women\'s Studies and Religious Studies at the University of Regina in Saskatchewan. She teaches such courses as Mapping Gender; Mapping Sexuality; Feminist Epistemologies; Feminism, Women and Globalization; Gender, Race and Sexuality in Popular Culture; Religions of Greece and Rome; Religion after Modernity; Symbol, Myth and Ritual; and Religion and Animals. She is currently completing a monogram, Political Bodies, Body Politic: The Semiotics of Gender, and published the edited text Feminism and the Study of Religion (Continuum, 2001). Recent article publications consist of
1.Sunday Mornin\' Comin\' Down: Waking up in Women\'s Studies. In Mathieu Courville (ed.), Reaching the Other Shore: Open Letters to Young Scholars of Religion, 157-168.London: Continuum, 2007.
2. Interdisciplinarity in Religious and Women\'s Studies. Studies in Religion. 35/3-4 (2006): 389-399.
3. Spectacles of Gender: Enacting the Masculine in Ancient Rome and Modern Cinema. Religious Studies and Theology, Special Volume: Materializing Roman Religion. Guest Editor Lisa Hughes, 24 (1) 2005: 75-110.
4. Gender. In John Hinnells (ed.), The Routledge Companion to the Study of Religion, 225-238.London and New York: Routledge, 2005.
5. Cladistics, Morphologies, Taxonomies and the Comparative Study of Religion. Method and Theory in the Study of Religion 16 (1), 2004: 12-23.
6. The Writing of Ethnography: Magical Realism and Michael Taussig. Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory 4 (4), 2003: 84-105;.
7. Whose Turn is it to Cook?: Victor Turner\'s Communitas and Pilgrimage Questioned. Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 36 (4), 2003: 189-204.