Methodism and the Southern Mind, 1770-1810

This study analyses the conflicts between Methodists - primarily white women, slaves, and the poor - and their opponents in the Revolutionary and early national American South. Cynthia Lyerly shows how, by condemning pride, violence, gentry hegemony, and slavery, Methodists fashioned an ethic radically at odds with that of southern elites and the masculine culture of honour.
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This study analyses the conflicts between Methodists - primarily white women, slaves, and the poor - and their opponents in the Revolutionary and early national American South. Cynthia Lyerly shows how, by condemning pride, violence, gentry hegemony, and slavery, Methodists fashioned an ethic radically at odds with that of southern elites and the masculine culture of honour.
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ISBN / EAN 9780195114294
Auteur Lyerly, Cynthia Lynn (Assistant Professor of History, Boston College)
Editeur Oxford University Press Inc
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