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Citation: Jessica Albrecht: Sri Lanka - Education, Religion, Feminism, in: blog interdisciplinary gender research, April 27th, 2021, www.gender-blog.de/beitrag/bildung-religion-feminismus-sri-lanka/, DOI: https: / /doi.org/10.17185/gender/20210427

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Jessica Albrecht

Jessica Albrecht is a research associate and doctoral candidate in the DFG project Theosophy and English-language women's education in colonial Ceylon at the University of Heidelberg. She teaches at the Universities of Heidelberg and Hamburg. Her research deals with feminism and gender in esotericism and religion, in particular the question of female, religious agency using the case study of Sri Lanka.

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