Gender, Race and Twentieth-Century Dissenting Traditions
This chapter bases its analysis of rapid changes in conceptions of race and gender in the contextual shifts in authority, autonomy, and demography within Dissenting Protestantism around the world, particularly between the bureaucratized, wealthy global North and the poor, mostly non-white and female churches in the global South. The chapter �embraces the intersection� of categories of race and gender to avoid overlooking lived, embodied experiences of people as both �gendered and raced�....[Show more]
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|Book Title:||The Oxford History of Protestant Dissenting Traditions, Volume V: The Twentieth Century: Themes and Variations in a Global Context|
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