reworking from 1902 of the Qing dynasty didactic compilation Nü sishu (Women’s four books). Together, these two texts give us a more multifaceted picture of how missionaries engaged with Chinese society and the role of women therein. Keywords Christianity, womenmissionaries, female education, Ada Haven
baptism , womenmissionaries , Azusa Street Introduction Th e current surge of indigenous Pentecostal movements is sending missionar- ies around the globe. Meanwhile, globalization is moving waves of immigrants from place to place. Missionaries and cross-cultural ministers face tremen- dous challenges
Bibliographic entry in Chapter 6: The United States, Asia, and the Pacific, 1815-1919 | The Asia Pacific authorHunter, JaneimprintNew Haven: Yale University Press, 1984.annotationHunter is primarily interested in exploring the lives of Protestant womenmissionaries in China. She sees the
Sutapa Dutta. British WomenMissionaries in Bengal, 1793–1861 . London/New York, Anthem Press, 2017. Pp. xiii + 178. $100.45. British WomenMissionaries in Bengal is a welcoming addition to the growing literature on womenmissionaries in India. This work confines itself to Bengal and addresses a
Travelling for God and Adventure: WomenMissionaries in the Late l9th Century R oberta W ollons Department of History Indiana University Northwest Throughout the 19th century, women from the United States travelled as wives or alone to remote regions of the world under the auspices of mis
"DEAR MOTHER OF MY SOUL" FIDELIA FISKE AND THE ROLE OF WOMENMISSIONARIES IN MID-NINETEENTH CENTURY IRAN Heleen Murre-van den Berg Dear Mother of my soul, Miss. Fisk, How I remember those [heart] melting seasons, when you used to put your arms around my neck, and talk with me, about my soul
Sarah A. Curtis, Civilizing Habits. WomenMissionaries and the Revival of French Empire , Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2010, 373 p. 84 $. ISBN 9780195394184.
Avec Civilizing Habits , Sarah Curtis s’est engagée dans un projet ambitieux: non seulement elle entreprend trois biographies
., ed., WomenMissionaries and Cultural Change, Williamsburg, Department of Anthropology, College of William and Mary, 1987, 80 pp., (Library of Congress 89 060602). So little has been written about womenmissionaries that perhaps I expected too much from this book. It has rather disappointed me. In its
American WomenMissionaries at Kobe College, 1873–1909: New Dimensions in Gender
. New York and London : Routledge , 2004 .
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Kobe jogakuin hyakunenshi sosetsu [ Centennial History of Kobe College: General ] . Kyoto
Cultural Expansion, 1800 to 1938: A Historiographical Sketch* Barbara Reeves-Ellington Siena College, Loudonville, New York , USA Abstract Over the past forty years, historians’ descriptions of American womenmissionaries have ranged from martyrs to cultural imperialists to social activists engaged with