Tag Archives: Margaret Nevinson

gazing into the abyss – Margaret Wynne Nevinson

In some ways, first-wave Christian feminism was a radical continuation of the Victorian ‘woman’s mission’.  Yet it also marked a break from it with a new sense of self and consciousness.  For, even at the end of the 19th century, … Continue reading

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the Church League for Women’s Suffrage – Claude and Gertrude Hinscliff

Without the involvement of religious people, it is hard to see how first-wave feminism could have advanced.  It owed so much to religious motivation and networks and also needed religious support in order to break through into quarters which were … Continue reading

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