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India's Women, 1894, Vol. 14: The Magazine of the Church of England Zenana Missionary Society (Classic Reprint)
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Bengal Villages 122 Bible Studies The Gate that looketh toward the East Go Forward Has not the Wall of our Jericho fallen 1.

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(1996) editors, Essentials of the Theory of Fiction, Leicester: Leicester University Press, 356.Google ScholarRamabai, P[4] Janaki Nair, Uncovering the Zenana: Visions of Indian Womanhood in Englishwomens Writings, 1813-1940 Journal of Womens History, 2:1, (1990) [5] See: Tanika Sarkar, Hindu Wife, Hindu Nation: Community, Religion, and Cultural Nationalism, (Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2010)While the influence and effect female missionaries had on the social reform of Indian women is debateable, they did play a prominent role in the development of female education in India, whether it was through mission schools and zenana teaching, or the indigenous, sometimes hostile, response to Christian education which prompted campaigns for female education among both Hindu and Muslim reformers.[7] Increasing literacy among Indian women also contributed to their greater public activity, which subsequently led to demands for improved social conditions, which were to some degree obtained.[8] Thus, towards the end of empire in India, female missionaries believed their purpose of rescue had been achieved, and all that was now required of them was to make Indian women their own evangelistsBy the end of her long life, Amy Carmichael had published between thirty and forty books and had been translated into at least fifteen languagesSee also[edit]The Carmichael family came originally from Scotland, as had most Northern Ireland ProtestantsBe the first one to write a review

Home Browse Magazines Religion Magazines International Bulletin of Mission Research Article details, "The Legacy of Amy Carmichael" {{searchItem.term}} {{filterTypeLookup[searchItem.filterType]}} {{searchTypeLookup[searchItem.searchType]}} Search by(LogOut/Change) You are commenting using your Facebook accountFemale missionaries described the zenana in their reports as a prison, a place of filth and disease, where the Indian woman was confined to live out her dreary days.[4] Such a depiction of the zenana, contributed to the rhetoric of rescue, which emphasised the missionarys need to free Indian women from their imprisonment within the four walls of the home(LogOut/Change) You are commenting using your Twitter accountBuck Thomas Cochrane Hunter Corbett Jonathan Goforth Karl Gtzlaff Carl CBack to SearchWithinNew SearchSearchRecords of the Church of England Zenana Missionary SocietyPreviousNextRecords of the Church of England Zenana Missionary SocietyArchive CollectionEmail the repository for more informationMore about accessing these materials XMLThis material is held atUniversity of Birmingham, Cadbury Research Library, Special CollectionsReferenceGB 150 CEZDates of Creation1872-1968 Name of CreatorChurch of England Zenana Missionary SocietyLanguage of MaterialEnglishPhysical Description247 volumes, 105 files, 39 docs, 27 photographs, 11 collecting boxes and a wooden plaque Direct Link and ContentRecords of the Church of England Zenana Missionary Society, 1880-1968, comprising minutes of the General Committee, 1880-1968, Executive Committee, 1898-1957, Candidates Committee, 1882-1957, Finance Committee, 1881-1957, Home Organisation Committee, 1896-1957 and other Committees and Sub-Committees; rolls and registers of missionaries, 1880-1957; correspondence and administrative papers of the Society's Secretaries; financial records; legal records; publications including annual reports, periodicals and newsletters, printed leaflets and booklets reports of missions, and books written by missionaries; photographs of officers and missionariesPost to Cancel All rights reserved

CEZMS missionaries attributed the successes of advances in Indian womens conditions to the work of societies like themselves, and emphasised the continuing need of their Indian sisters for womens work for womenRoy, Benoy Bhusan & Ray, Pranati (1998) Zenana Mission: the role of Christian missionaries for the education of women in 19th century BengalThese include the following: (GB 150 CMS/ACC304): Birmingham Diocesan Auxiliary: minutes, 1924-1957; (GB 150 CMS/ACC309): Southport Association: minutes, 1896-1958; (GB 0150 CMS/ACC342): Manchester Association: financial records, 1948-1961History[edit]20, NoSpecial Collections will assist where possible with identifying copyright owners, but responsibility for ensuring copyright clearance rests with the user of the material.Related Material University of Birmingham Information Services, Special Collections Department holds the following collections: Church Mission Society (GB 150 CMS) archives as the two Societies worked very closely together, even sharing a Candidates CommitteeMasilamani Victor Premasagar YSIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) American Libraries 249 249 India's Women: The Magazine of the Church of England Zenana Missionary Society Feb 14, 2008 02/08 by Church of England Zenana Missionary Society texts eye 249 favorite 0 comment 0 Source: American Libraries 323 323 India's Women: The Magazine of the Church of England Zenana Missionary Society Feb 18, 2008 02/08 by Church of England Zenana Missionary Society texts eye 323 favorite 0 comment 0 Source: American Libraries 825 825 India's Women: The Magazine of the Church of England Zenana Missionary Society Jun 9, 2008 06/08 by Church of England Zenana Missionary Society texts eye 825 favorite 0 comment 0 Source: American Libraries 1,648 1.6K India's Women: The Magazine of the Church of England Zenana Missionary Society Apr 13, 2008 04/08 by Church of England Zenana Missionary Society texts eye 1,648 favorite 0 comment 0 Source: American Libraries 702 702 India's Women: the magazine of the Church of England Zenana Missionary Society Jun 4, 2008 06/08 by Church of England Zenana Missionary Society texts eye 702 favorite 0 comment 0 Source: American Libraries 990 990 India's Women: The Magazine of the Church of England Zenana Missionary Society Apr 26, 2008 04/08 by Church of England Zenana Missionary Society texts eye 990 favorite 0 comment 0 Source: Majority World Collection 70 70 Vol Dec

Catherine's hospital) and other hospitals and dispensaries were established in Bhagalpur, Srinagar, Peshawar (Connaught hospital), Batala, Narowal and Tarn Taran(1998) Rewriting History: The Life and Times of Pandita Ramabai, New Delhi: Kali for Women.Google ScholarIn 1957 it amalgamated with CMSSengupta, S., Roy, SCloseLog InLog InwithFacebookLog InwithGoogleorEmail:Password:Remember me on this computerorreset passwordEnter the email address you signed up with and we'll email you a reset link.Need an account?Click here to sign upSharpe, JFrom 1931, when what at the time seemed a fairly minor accident had crippled her, she was an invalid, confined to her room in the Dohnavur orphanage she began in 1901Hunan was the second Chinese province in which the society was active with, amongst others, mission centres being opened in Hengzhou in 1910 and Yongzhou in 1916

Read preview Article excerpt Amy Carmichael, known in South India as Amma ("mother" in Tamil), died in January 1951 at the age of 83(1998) editor, Gender and Imperialism, Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 51.Google ScholarSearch the history of over 298 billion web pages on the Internetv t e Protestant missions to China Background Christianity Protestantism Chinese history Missions timeline Christianity in China Nestorians Jesuits Protestant missions in China 18071953 People Thomas JLondon: Christian Literature Society for India Church of England Zenana Missionary Society (1883)3 Publication date: July 1996 Contributors: Sharpe, Eric J 48a4f088c3


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