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In the ten years since the journal’s inception, Religion and Gender’s articles have covered much ground. They have examined many of the ways religion is engaged to regulate bodies and maintain power for the privileged, as well as how religion is likewise negotiated—especially by marginalized religious actors—in the pursuit of justice. The journal has also made significant contributions in analyzing the power of gendered elements of religious visual culture; exploring the embodied elements of religious practice; and highlighting the way public discourse on gender (and sexuality), often thought of as “secular,” is shaped by religious thought. While essential

In: Religion and Gender