Women and Religion in Britain and Ireland: An Annotated Bibliography from the Reformation to 1993

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Scarecrow Press, Jan 1, 1995 - Reference - 288 pages
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With an emphasis on secondary sources in literature and social history, from both sides of the Atlantic, this bibliography helps define resources for this emerging field of study and will be useful to students and scholars in women's studies, religious studies, and history. It covers the period from the English Renaissance and Reformation to contemporary debates over women's ministries and the construction of a feminist theology, and is divided chronologically and topically. The bibliography follows developments in the Church of England and pays special attention to movements that have provided particular opportunities for women including the Quakers, Methodists, and the Salvation Army.

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Contents

General Studies
1
Renaissance and Reformation
8
Women in the Quaker Movement
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Dale A. Johnson is Professor of Church History at the Divinity School of Vanderbilt University.

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