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Loyola University Chicago Libraries

THEO 278: Religion and Gender: Home

Devorah Schoenfeld

Spring Semester 2021

  How can we together insure you do your best when learning remotely and performing digital research?

Start with our library guide for remote learning, then write to me at jcurrie@luc.edu for research support, appointment requests, ebook recommendations, and instruction opportunities. All questions welcome!

Gender and Religious Leadership Assignment

Use ebooks and peer reviewed ejournal articles to answer two important questions about the religious leader you select:

  1. Who was the leader?
  2. Why is their work important, especially as it relates to religious thought or on a religious community?

After you answer these questions, you will reflect on how your study of the leader changed your understanding on gender and religion.

To these ends, use the research tools and tips linked and explained below to locate sources for your assignment. Below you will also find links to tools for help properly citing the sources you consult.

Finding Ebooks and Peer Reviewed Ejournal Articles

Citing Ebooks and Ejournal Articles

Consult the Chicago Manual of Style online or use the templates in the NCSU Citation Builder to accurately cite the sources you consult according to your assignment instructions.

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