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Strangers at home : Amish and Mennonite women in history

Author: Kimberly D Schmidt; Diane Zimmerman Umble; Steven D Reschly
Publisher: Baltimore, Md. : Johns Hopkins University Press, ©2002.
Series: Center books in Anabaptist studies.
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Kimberly D Schmidt; Diane Zimmerman Umble; Steven D Reschly
ISBN: 080186786X 9780801867866
OCLC Number: 45861696
Description: xii, 398 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Insights and blind spots : writing history from inside and outside / Hasia R. Diner --
Who are you? : the identity of the outsider within / Diane Zimmerman Umble --
"To remind us of who we are" : multiple meanings of conservative women's dress / Beth E. Graybill --
River brethren breadmaking ritual / Margaret C. Reynolds --
The chosen women : the Amish and the New Deal / Katherine Jellison --
Meeting around the distaff : Anabaptist women in Augsburg / Jeni Hiett Umble --
"Weak families" in the green hell of Paraguay / Marlene Epp --
"The parents shall not go unpunished" : preservationist patriarchy and community / Steven D. Reschly --
Mennonite missionary Martha Moser Voth in the Hopi pueblos, 1893-1910 / Cathy Ann Trotta --
Schism : where women's outside work and insider dress collided / Kimberly D. Schmidt --
Speaking up and taking risks : Anabaptist family and household roles in sixteenth-century Tirol / Linda A. Huebert Hecht --
Household, coffee klatsch, and office : the evolving worlds of mid-twentieth-century Mennonite women / Royden K. Loewen --
Voices within and voices without : Quaker women's autobiography / Barbara Bolz --
"We weren't always plain" : poetry by women of Mennonite backgrounds / Julia Kasdorf --
"She may be Amish now, but she won't be Amish long" : Anabaptist women and antimodernism / Jane Marie Pederson.
Series Title: Center books in Anabaptist studies.
Responsibility: edited by Kimberly D. Schmidt, Diane Zimmerman Umble, Steven D. Reschly.
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