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AuthorSelena M. Crosson
 
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Searching for May Maxwell
 
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Bahá'í Millennial Feminism, Transformative Identity & Globalism in the new World Order
Date of this edition 2013-06
LanguageEnglish
Permission Creative Commons Non-commercial (see creativecommons.org)
Posted 2019-06-30 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Theses
URLbahai-library.com/crosson_searching_may_maxwell
Abstract On forces influencing and shaping womens' roles in early Bahá’i culture, 1898-1940. A group of Western women, associated with Maxwell through ties of faith and friendship, was one of the first to establish a transnational feminist reform network.
Notes Doctoral dissertation for the department of history, University of Saskatchewan. Mirrored from harvest.usask.ca/handle/10388/ETD-2013-10-1145.
Tags Equality; Gender; May Maxwell; Women
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