God's Willing Workers: Women and Religion in Australia
Examines the ways religious beliefs and institutions have shaped the lives of women in Australia over 200 years. It looks at Catholic nuns, Protestant missionaries, deaconesses and laywomen. Importantly, it looks at women at home as they grappled with church teachings on sexuality, marriage and family, gender roles, work and education.
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