Missionary encounters : sources and issues / edited by Roberts A. Bickers and Rosemary Seton.
Contributor(s): Seton, RosemaryLanguage: English Publisher: Richmond, Surrey : Curzon Press, 1996.Description: vi, 255p. : ill. ; 22cm.ISBN: 0700703705
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Includes bibl. footnotes; Archival sources in Britain: p.240-255.
Contents: "Mighty England do good": the major English denominations and organisation¿for the support of foreign missions in the 19th century / S. Maughan; Some problems in writing a missionary society history today: the Baptist Missionary Society / Brian Stanley; "Open doors for female labourers" / R. Seton; Problems and opportunities in an anthropologist's use of a missionary archive / J.D.Y. Peel; Four 19th century pictorial images from Africa / Paul Jenkins; Women and education in South Africa / D. Gaitskell; The nature of a mission community: the Universities' Mission to Central Africa in Bonde / Justin Willis; Who is to benefit from missionary education? Travancore in the 1930s / D. Kooiman; A "peculiar and exceptional measure": the call for women medical missionaries for India / Rosemary Fitzgerald; Missionaries to social commentators: the Indian case / G.A. Oddie; "To serve and not to rule": British Protstant missionaries and Chinese nationalism, 1928-31 / R.A. Bickers.