Transforming the Faiths of Our Fathers

Harvard Divinity School’s 2002 Religion in the Feminist Movement Conference drew overwhelming interest. The demand for seats was so high that participants spilled from the conference hall into a second room where speeches were projected onto a video screen. Ann Braude’s book (she was one of the conference organizers) now gives everyone access to those speeches—the stories of some of the major figures in 20th-century American religious feminism.

 

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