Religion, Spirituality, Reform and Society

This new resource brings together monograph and manuscript collections to help scholars examine religion’s influences on the shaping of politics, law, economics, and society. Manuscripts and monographs explore the intersection of religion and society in the 19th Century enabling scholars to gain understanding of the influence religion had in shaping Western culture.

Multidisciplinary content covers a range of social science fields and researchers can gain insight into topics as far ranging as:

·         Anti-immigration laws and religious dissent

·         Art, Literature and Theatre   

·         Cultures and Civilizations

·         Education and Child-rearing

·         Gender and Sexuality

·         Identity, Ethnicity and Nationalism

·         Philosophy and Psychology

·         Politics and Governance

·         Science, Medicine and Technology

·         World Affairs and Foreign Policy