Femmes, genre, NMR et sectes: Une bibliographie

Généralité/comparatisme :

  • A. A. Aidala, “Social Change, Gender Roles, and New Religious Movements” in Sociological Analysis, vol.46, n°3, 1985, pp.287-314.
  • C. L. Haywood, “The Authority and Empowerment of Women among Spiritualist Groups” in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, vol.22, 1983, pp.157-166.
  • J. L. Jacobs, “The Economy of Love in Religious Commitment: The Deconversion of Women from Nontraditional Religious Movements” in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, vol.23, 1984, pp.155-171.
  • J. L. Jacobs, “Gender and Power in New Religious Movements: A Feminist Discourse on the Scientific Study of Religion” in Religion, vol.21, n°4, 1991, pp.345-356.
  • S. J. Palmer, “Women’s “Cocoon Work” in New Religious Movements: Sexual Experimentation and Feminine Rites of Passage” in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, vol.32, n°4, 1993, pp.343-355.
  • S. J. Palmer, Moon Sisters, Krishna Mothers, Rajneesh Lovers: Women’s Roles in New Religions, Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, 1994, xx-287p.
  • E. Puttick, Women in New Religions: In Search of Community, Sexuality, and Spiritual Power, Macmillan, London, 1996.
  • E. Puttick, “Women in New Religious Movements” in B. Wilson & J. Cresswell (eds.), New Religious Movements: Challenge and Response, Routledge, Abington/New York, 1999, pp.143-162, et 2011, pp.117-162.
  • C. Wessinger, Women’s Leadership in Marginal Religions: Exploration Outside the Mainstream, University of Illinois Press, Urbana, 1993.

 

Brahma Kumaris:

  • L. A. Babb, “Indigenous Feminism in a Modern Hindu Sect” in Journal of Women in Culture and Society, vol.9, 1984, pp.399-416.
  • J. D. Howell, “Gender Role Experimenation in New Religious Movements: Clarification of the Brahma Kumari Case” in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, vol.37, n°3, 1998, pp.453-461.
  • V. Skultans, “The Brahma Kumaris and the Role of Women” in E. Puttick & P. B. Clarke (eds.), Women as Teachers and Disciples in Traditional and New Religions, Edwin Mellen Press, London/Lewinston, 1993, pp.47-62.

Davidiens:

  • W. L. J. Pitts, “Women Leaders in the Davidian and Branch Davidian Traditions” in Nova Religio, vol.12, n°4, 2009, pp.50-71.

La Famille/Enfants de Dieu:

  • G. Shepherd & G. Shepherd, “World Services in The Family International: The Administrative Organization of a Mature Religious Movement” in Nova Religio, vol.12, n°3, 2009, pp.5-39.

Mouvement Raëlien:

  • S. J. Palmer, “Woman as Playmate in the Raelian Movement: Power and Pantagamy in a New Religious Movement” in Syzygy: Journal of Alternative Religion and Culture, vol.1, 1992, pp.227-245;
    • 2ème édition : “Women in the Raelian Movement: New Religious Experiments in Gender and Authority” in J. Lewis (ed.), The Gods Have Landed: New Religions from Other Worlds, State University of New York Press, Albany, 1995, pp.105-136;
    • 3ème édition : “Playmates in the Raelian Movement” in Moon Sisters, Kirshna Mothers, Rajneesh Lovers: Women in New Religions, Syracuse University Press, Syracuse/New York, 1998, pp.157-187.
  • S. J. Palmer, “Sexy Angels for Amorous Aliens” in Aliens Adored: Raël’s UFO Religion, Rutgers University Press, Rutgers, 2004, pp.143-156.

Mouvement Rajneesh:

  • M. S. Goldman & L. Isaacson, “Enduring Affiliation and Gender Doctrine for Shiloh Sisters and Rajneesh Sannyasins” in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, vol.38, n°3, 1999, pp.411-422.
  • S. J. Palmer, “Rajneesh Women: Lovers and Leaders in a Utopian Commune” in S. J. Palmer & S. Arvind (eds.), The Rajneesh Papers: Studies in a New Religious Movement, Banarsi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1993, pp.103-135.
  • E. Puttick, “Sexuality, Gender and the Abuse of Power in the Master-Disciple Relationship: The Case of the Rajneesh Movement” in Journal of Contemporary Religion, vol.10, n°1, 1996, pp.29-40.

Radical Faeries:

  • J. Stover, “When Pan Met Wendy: Gendered Membership Debates Among the Radical Faeries” in Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions, vol.11, n°4, 2008, pp.31-55.

Wicca/Witchcraft:

La question du genre étant particulièrement prégnante au sein de la Wicca/Witchcraft et de certains courants du Néopaganisme célébrant la Déesse avec emphase, qu’une bibliographie généraliste de ces “nouveaux mouvements religieux” (à venir sur ce blog) en rendra compte.

Guillaume Roucoux

Doctorant à l'EPHE/Paris 8, membre des laboratoires GSRL/LabTop/CEFEG

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