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Introduction Sue Morgan and Jacqueline DeVries 1. Is there a Bible in the house? Gender, Religion and Family Culture Sarah Williams 2 Women, Writing and the Creation of Theological Cultures Julie Melnyk 3 Women and Philanthropic Cultures Susan Mumm 4 Women, religious ministry and female institution-building Carmen Mangion 5 `With fear and trembling': women, preaching and spiritual authority Pamela Walker 6 Professionalising their faith: Women, religion and the cultures of mission and empire Rhonda Semple 7 Women, religion and reform Clare Midgley 8 `The Word Made Flesh': Women, Religion and Sexual Cultures Sue Morgan 9 More than Paradoxes to Offer: Feminism, History and Religious Cultures Jacqueline DeVries 10 Modernity, Heterodoxy and the Transformation of Religious Cultures Joy Dixon Afterword: Women, Gender and Religion in post-1940 Britain Sue Morgan and Jacqueline DeVries Index
Sue Morgan is Reader in Women's and Gender History at the University of Chichester. Her publications include Women, Religion and Feminism in Britain, 1750-1900 (2002) and The Feminist History Reader (2006). Jacqueline deVries is Associate Professor of History at Augsburg College in Minneapolis. She has published a number of essays on the intersections among religion, gender, feminism and war, and is co-author, with Cheri Register, of Living Faith (2007).
'This volume makes an excellent contribution to the field of religious and gender history, properly marking the revival of interest in religion within British cultural and social history that has been quietly developing over the past decade ... as a whole this book provides exactly what the field needs: a discussion of British Christianity which explores women's agency in their encounter with Christian discourses; which offers an interrogation of the categories of the sacred and the secular; and which examines the profound connections between (expansive and flexible) Christian cultures and the histories of sexuality, reform, feminism, the family and domesticity.' Reviews in History