Gender Dynamics in Andalusian Religious Brotherhoods
SourceAnthropos. International Review of Anthropology and Linguistics, 108, (2013), pp. 543-553
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SW OZ NISCO CAOS
Anthropos. International Review of Anthropology and Linguistics
SubjectCenter for Religion and Contemporary Society (CRCS)
This article depicts and interprets changes in the organisational structure of the Holy Week celebrations in Andalusia over the past three decades. The focus is on gender dynamics related to changes in the economic, political, and cultural fabric of a rural town. It is argued that women were able to stake out a larger space in religious organisations due to changes in the functions of these sodalities in the political and economic domain and to overall pressures from women to change gender relations.
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