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Women, Abolition, and Religion in 19th-Century America

Course Level-Format:   undergraduate
Instructor: Marcia Robinson
Institution: Syracuse University

Course Term: Spring
Course Year: 2010


A 2010 course by Marcia Robinson at Syracuse University “focuses upon the role that religion may have played in women’s understandings of themselves as abolitionists, social reformers, and human beings” with special attention to Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, Sarah and Angelina Grimké, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton.