Journeys That Opened Up the World: Women, Student Christian Movements, and Social Justice, 1955-1975

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NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS

CHARLOTTE BUNCH, Executive Director of the Center for Women's Global Leadership at Rutgers University, is a Distinguished Professor in the Women's and Gender Studies Department. The author of numerous essays and editor of nine anthologies, she was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in 1996 and received the White House Eleanor Roosevelt Award for Human Rights in 1999.

SARA M. EVANS has taught women's history since 1976 at the University of Minnesota, where she is now a Distinguished McKnight University Professor. She is the author of several books, including Personal Politics: The Roots of Women s Liberation in the Civil Rights Movement and the New Left (1979), Born for Liberty: A History of Women in America (1989), and Tidal Wave: How Women Changed America at Century's End (2003).

REV. JAN GRIESINGER is a sixty-year-old lesbian feminist from Athens, Ohio. She cofounded and lives at the Susan B. Anthony Memorial UnRest Home Women's Land Trust, a feminist education center, women's campground, and intentional community. Griesinger was ordained to ministry in the United Church of Christ in 1970 and is the Director of United Campus Ministry at Ohio University. She is also the National Coordinator of CLOUT, Christian Lesbians OUT.

ALICE HAGEMAN is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA) and an attorney. Currently she is a parish associate at a Presbyterian church in South Boston and a U.S. Trustee for the World Student Christian Federation.

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Journeys That Opened Up the World *
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes *
  • Chapter 1 - Ruth Harris 15
  • Chapter 2 - Jeanne Audrey Powers 45
  • Chapter 3 - Rebecca Owen 66
  • Chapter 4 - Elmira Kendricks Nazombe 84
  • Chapter 5 - Jill Foreman 104
  • Chapter 6 - Charlotte Bunch 122
  • Chapter 7 - Tamela Hultman 140
  • Chapter 8 - M. Sheila Mccurdy 157
  • Chapter 9 - Alice Hageman 174
  • Chapter 10 - Jan Griesinger 191
  • Chapter 11 - Eleanor Scott Meyers 208
  • Chapter 12 - Nancy D. Richardson 226
  • Chapter 13 - The Repairer of the Breach (isaiah 58:12) 237
  • Chapter 14 - Renetia Martin 240
  • Chapter 15 - Frances E. Kendall 249
  • Chapter 16 - Margarita Mendoza De Sugiyama 262
  • Notes on Contributors 271
  • Index 275
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