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Women and the Shaping of British Methodism
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List of figures Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations Introduction 1. Women in eighteenth-century Methodism 2. Women preachers' place in a divided Methodism 3. The heyday of female itinerancy 4. Philanthropists, volunteers, fund-raisers and local preachers 5. Women as revivalists 6. Women in missions at home and abroad 7. Deaconesses, Sisters of the People and the revival of female itinerancy Afterword Bibliography Index

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Jennifer Lloyd is Associate Professor of History at the College at Brockport, State University of New York

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Lloyd gives a detailed and complex account of the nineteenth century, successfully combining theory and specific narrative ... each chapter interweaves narrative and lively detail with analysis and theoretical reflection ... this is an exciting book, readable as well as scholarly ... the theoretical analysis, while setting a standard, also raises questions ... which should inspire others to continue exploration. Margaret Jones, Wesley and Methodist Studies, 4 2012 -- .

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