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Reflections on the Potential of Gender Theory for North American Pentecostal History

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In this article we show how gender is a useful category of analysis for students of North American pentecostal history. First, we provide a working definition of the term gender (a term with a plethora of meanings!). Then we cite a few examples from current scholarship that demonstrate how gender as a theoretical construct illuminates certain aspects of the North American movement. Finally, we reflect on the potential benefit of using gender to recount a variety of pentecostal histories, both North American and beyond.

Affiliations: 1: Department of History, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Canada lambrose@laurentian.ca ; 2: George Fox Evangelical Seminary, Portland, Oregon leah.l.payne@gmail.com

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2016-12-07

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