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5 Questions With Family Studies: Professor Abigail Favale on the Genesis Paradigm 

The debate surrounding the nature of a man or woman, if fixed and certain definitions even exist, brings forth untold contention and disagreement. What does it mean to be human? More specifically, what does it mean to be an embodied man or woman? These questions underlie so many misunderstandings and political conflicts today. In her new book, The Genesis of Gender, Dr. Abigail Favale, a professor at Notre Dame, draws richly from her former research in gender theory and her journey through marriage and motherhood to address the questions at the heart of Christian personhood, feminisms, and the role of technology in re-imagining the body. Read More

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