By Sarah Apetrei,Hannah, Dr Smith,Sarah, Dr Apetrei
The essays contained during this quantity learn the actual non secular stories of ladies inside of a remarkably brilliant and formative period in British spiritual heritage. students from the disciplines of heritage, literary reviews and theology investigate women's contributions to renewal, switch and reform; and think about the ways that girls negotiated institutional and highbrow boundaries.
The specialize in women's a number of spiritual roles and responses is helping us to appreciate larger an international of non secular dedication which was once now not break free, but additionally no longer solely formed through, the political, highbrow and ecclesiastical disputes of a clerical elite. in addition to deepening our realizing of either well known and elite non secular cultures during this interval, and the hyperlinks among them, the quantity re-focuses scholarly techniques to the background of gender and particularly the historical past of feminism by means of atmosphere the British writers frequently characterized as 'early feminists' firmly of their theological and religious traditions.
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