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Mennonite Women in Canada: A History (Studies in Immigration and Culture) epub ebook

by Marlene Epp

Mennonite Women in Canada: A History (Studies in Immigration and Culture) epub ebook

Author: Marlene Epp
Category: World
Language: English
Publisher: University of Manitoba Press (October 1, 2008)
Pages: 408 pages
ISBN: 0887551823
ISBN13: 978-0887551826
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Mennonite Women in Canada. Put simply, there is no parallel history of Mennonite women published in the Canadian context. -Lucille Marr, McGill University. Marlene Epp teaches history and peach and conflict studies at Conrad Grebel University College at the University of Waterloo.

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Mennonite Women in Canada book. Marlene Epp explores women's roles, as prescribed and as lived, within the contexts of immigration and settlement, household and family, church and organizational life, work and education, and in response to social trends and events. The combined Mennonite Women in Canada traces the complex social history and multiple identities of Canadian Mennonite women over 200 years.

Marlene Epp's overview of two hundred years of Mennonite women's history in Canada focuses largely on the two major sites of Mennonite settlement-Ontario and the Great Plains of Manitoba. Her discussion of the Manitoba settlers-so-called "Russian Mennonites" whose Germanic ancestors migrated to Russia in the early nineteenth century-encompasses their history from the group's arrival on the Plains in the 1870s to the present. Her study provides a wealth of material for historians of Great Plains women, immigrants, and religious minorities

Mennonite Women in Canada, the first comprehensive history of Mennonite women, writes them back into the historical record and traces their complex social history over the past 200 years.

Mennonite Women in Canada, the first comprehensive history of Mennonite women, writes them back into the historical record and traces their complex social history over the past 200 years. She questions how Mennonites dictate women's "place" within the church, family, and community, and how women, collectively and individually, actually behave.

Mennonite Church Canada is the conference of Mennonites in Canada . Mennonite Women in Canada: A History (Winnipeg, University of Manitoba Press, 2008.

Mennonite Church Canada is the conference of Mennonites in Canada, with head offices in Winnipeg, Manitoba. xiii + 378 p. Regehr, T. ennonites in Canada, 1939-1970: Volume 3: A People Transformed (1996). Reimer, Margaret Loewen.

Apply to study in Canada, extend your study permit and get information about working while you study or after you . Culture, history and sport. Immigration and citizenship. Study in Canada as an international student.

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Marlene Epp explores women’s roles, as prescribed and as lived, within the contexts of immigration and settlement, household and family, church and organizational life, work and education, and in response to social trends and events.

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Marlene Epp. Professor of History and Peace and Conflict Studies, Director of Mennonite Studies. Refugees in Canada: A Brief History. Booklet Immigration and Ethnicity in Canada, L’Immigration et l’ethnicité au Canada. Canadian Historical Association, 2017. The dumpling in my soup was lonely just like me’: Food in the Memories of Mennonite Women Refugees. In Donna R. Gabaccia and Franca Iacovetta, eds.

Female voices are rare in the historical record of the Mennonites. Nevertheless, Mennonite women were influential in shaping Mennonite and Canadian society. Mennonite Women in Canada, the first comprehensive history of Mennonite women, traces their role over the past two hundred years.     Marleen Epp explores women's roles within the contexts of immigration, family, church life, work, education, and social life. Comparing how Mennonites dictate women's "place" within society with how women actually behave, Epp finds a contradiction between behavioral ideals and practicalities. Also, women's responses to dictates about their proper place vary widely, unsettling a clear delineation of their roles.    Using diaries, oral histories, genealogies, and memoirs, Epp presents a fascinating story of Canadian Mennonite women that deserves to be read by women and men everywhere.
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