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Gender, Power and the Unitarians in England, 1760-1860


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Gender, Power and the Unitarians in England, 1760-1860 by Ruth Watts

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This new study looks at the role which the radical religious sect, the Unitarians, played in helping to open the door to female emancipation. In the process Ruth Watts reveals the complex relationship between religion, gender, class and education during this period. She examines how far the Unitarians were successful in challenging the educational and religious norms of the day and, through them, the ideas and social conventions affecting women. This will be essential reading for anyone studying the origins of the feminist movement, religious history or the history of education.
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October 26th, 1998
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
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