Christianity and the Modern Woman in East Asia.

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Full title: Christianity and the Modern Woman in East Asia.
Main author: L. Washington, Garrett.
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Table of Contents:
  • Intro
  • Contents
  • Figures
  • List of Contributors
  • Editor's Introduction
  • Chapter 1 Christianity, Modernity, and Women Physicians in China: the Southern Methodist Commitment to Medical Education for Chinese Women in Suzhou, 1891-1918
  • Chapter 2 Chinese Christian New Women's Practicality, Social Service, and Broad Cooperation: a Case Study of YWCA Women in the 1920s and 1930s
  • Chapter 3 "Saving the Children": Catholic Sisters and Social Reform in Republican China
  • Chapter 4 New Women before the "New Woman": Sasaki Toyoju and Sasaki Nobuko in Meiji Japan
  • Chapter 5 The Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Monogamy, and Defining "Modern" for Women and Japan
  • Chapter 6 Christianity and "True Education": Yasui Tetsu's Contribution to Women's Education in Imperial Japan
  • Chapter 7 Esther Park, Obedient Rebel: Subjectivity, Submissiveness, and Korean Christian Women in Korea's Early Modern Period
  • Chapter 8 Revisiting the Mission Subject: the First Protestant Women and Photography in Korea between 1880 and 1910
  • Chapter 9 Christian New Women of Modern Korea: Inheritors of the Bible Women's Legacy
  • Index.