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What I Learned about Women

Loretta Hunnicutt
Associate Professor of History
Pepperdine University
Loretta.hunnicutt@pepperdine.edu

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Abstract

WomenÂ’s experiences in the Stone-Campbell Movement await discovery in much of the history writing within the movement. From my participation in the Stone-Campbell Movement: A Global History project, three issues stand out. First, the experiences of women remain relevant to the movement and help illuminate what the movement values and believes. Second, women have had a global impact within and outside of the movement. Third, several challenges remain for women involved in the movement and recruiting more young women with a talent in history would address many of them.

 
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