Bibliography

(This is for all of the semester reading - not limited to what is used on the podcast)

 

Books

  • Anna Howard Shaw: The Story of a Pioneer, by Anna Howard Shaw, 1915

  • From Preachers to Suffragists: Woman’s Rights and Religious Conviction in the Lives of Three Nineteenth-Century American Clergywomen, Beverly Zink-Sawyer, 2003

  • Anna Howard Shaw: The Work of Woman Suffrage, Trisha Franzen, 2014

  • Grace Sufficient: A History of Women in American Methodism 1760-1939, Jean Miller-Schmidt, 1999

  • Building the Old Time Religion: Women Evangelists in the Progressive Era, Priscilla Pope-Levison, 2014

  • Spirituality and Social Responsibility: Vocational Vision of Women in the United Methodist Tradition, ed. Rosemary Keller Skinner, 1993

  • Deborah’s Daughters: Gender Politics and Biblical Interpretation, Joy A. Schroeder, 2014

  • Turn the Pulpit Loose: Two Centuries of American Women Evangelists, Priscilla Pope-Levison, 2004

  • How to Win: A Book for Girls, Frances Willard, 1886

  • The Defense of Women’s Rights to Ordination in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Carolyn DeSwarte Gifford, 1987.

  • Frances Willard: a Biography, Ruth Bordin

Articles

  • "My Ordination" by Anna Howard Shaw, ed. Nancy N. Bahmueller, Methodist History 14:2 - January 1976, 125-31

  • “Anna Howard Shaw” by Laceye Warner in The Westminster Handbook to Women in American Religious History, ed. Susan Hill Lindley and Eleanor J. Stebner, 2008.

  • “Frances Willard” by Carolyn Deswarte Gifford in The Westminster Handbook to Women in American Religious History, ed. Susan Hill Lindley and Eleanor J. Stebner, 2008.

  • “Amanda Berry Smith” by Mandy E. McMichael in The Westminster Handbook to Women in American Religious History, ed. Susan Hill Lindley and Eleanor J. Stebner, 2008.

  • “Ida B. Wells” by Scott D. Seay in The Westminster Handbook to Women in American Religious History, ed. Susan Hill Lindley and Eleanor J. Stebner, 2008.

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