The author considers the history of the poor of Lyons, particularly the role of women in the earliest history of the movement.
She examines the extent to which Waldensian women sought to establish their own identity within the group, and the extent to which they were marginalized both as women and as heretics. Source Details Shahar, Shulamith, ed.
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Introduction Summary: This text is appended to a pp monograph on Agnes and Huguette in the context of female participation in the Waldensian heresy. Translation of the Interrogations of Agnes.
Women in a Medieval Heretical Sect Agnes and Huguette the Waldensians by Shahar & Shulamith
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The Poor of Lyons. The Sisters.
The long-term perspective employed throughout the book highlights the way in which the Irish co-operative movement responded to, and shaped, key political events as Ireland moved towards independence. In the years after Irish independence, the IAOS and co-operative societies played a crucial part in delivering economic policies. Finally, a note is made about the state of co-operation in Ireland in recent years.
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