Women and Religion in England: 1500-1720. Patricia Crawford.

Women and Religion in England: 1500-1720

London, Eng. Routledge, 1993. First Edition. x, 268 p.: 12 pages of illustrations; 22 cm. Black cloth with white-printed spine title; illustrated dust jacket. Includes notes and index. First edition. Part of the publisher's Christianity and Society in the Modern World series. Patricia Crawford in this groundbreaking study argues that, while religion during the 1500s and 1600s "reinforced the assumption that women were inferior to men," there were some women who transcended those beliefs and profoundly influenced history "within a social structure which was not of their making." An important work on "the significance of gender in English society and for students of religious history and of the early modern period" [from the dust jacket]. In Fine/Fine condition. Fine / fine. Item #000559
ISBN: 0415016967

Price: $55.00