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Women and Religion in England

1500-1720, 1st Edition

By Patricia Crawford

Routledge

280 pages

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Patricia Crawford demonstrates how the consideration of gender is central to our understanding of religious history. Women and Religion has three broad themes: the role and experience of women in the religious upheaval in the period from the Reformation to the Restoration; the significance of religion to contemporary women, focusing on the range of practices and beliefs; and the gendered nature of religious beliefs, institutions and language in the early modern period.

Reviews

'Will certainly generate debate on the condition of women in the early modern period.' - History Today

'The implications of the author's argument are considerable.' - THES

'Women and Religion provides academics, as well as the general reader, with an useful overview of English women's religious practices and beliefs from the end of the Middle Ages to the early eighteenth century … with its very full notes and references, provides a fine starting point for students in the field.' - Reformation, Vol 3. 1998

'This then, is a book that can be read with both profit and pleasure by feminists of all kinds.' - Australian Feminist Studies

About the Series

Christianity and Society in the Modern World

This series of social historical studies explores the relationship between Christianity and its social context in the period since 1500. Recent exciting new research in this field has greatly increased our understanding of how the changing face of Christianity as a historical religion during the period affected contemporary social attitudes, customs, and behaviour. The books in this series draw this research together, providing new perspectives and interpretations on a fascinating area of social history and bringing it before a wider audience.

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HISTORY / General