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Praying with one eye open
In the fall of 1876, Mormon missionary John Hamilton Morgan answered a call from Church President Brigham Young. He was to go to the South, to join other elders there in a new effort to win converts for the Church of Jesus ...
This project explores the phenomenon of what has often been called the “Gypsy Problem” in nineteenth-century Britain. Although the Roma/Gypsies have been in Great Britain at least since 1505, interest in the Gypsies ...
Middle level preservice teachers' perceptions of their own and students' background differences and similarities
Teacher knowledge and teacher beliefs are combined to form the theoretical framework for this qualitative narrative inquiry study. The study examines the question, “How do preservice teachers’ perceptions of background ...
Crafting Adams, chaperoning Eves
This dissertation examines the intersection of religion and gender in contemporary American evangelical discourses. Grounded in neo-traditionalist gender theology, the rhetoric of “biblical manhood and womanhood” is a body ...
In the name of the mother
The crisis pregnancy center movement is understudied relative to other pro-life movements. Using data from 38 women and men research participants, 18 months of ethnographic fieldwork, and content analysis of primary movement ...