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

1st Edition

Ruth Watts

Routledge
Published October 26, 1998
Textbook - 248 Pages
ISBN 9780582288263 - CAT# Y159089
Series: Women And Men In History

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Summary

This new study explores the role the Unitarians played in female emancipation. Many leading figures of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries were Unitarian, or were heavily influenced by Unitarian ideas, including: Mary Wollstonecraft, Elizabeth Gaskell, George Eliot, and Florence Nightingale. Ruth Watts examines how far they were successful in challenging the ideas and social conventions affecting women. In the process she reveals the complex relationship between religion, gender, class and education and her study will be essential reading for those studying the origins of the feminist movement, nineteenth-century gender history, religious history or the history of education.

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