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Women's History Review: Special Issue: Charismatic Women in Religion, Power, Media and Social Change, ISSN 0961-2025, 01/2020, Volume 29, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 17
'Charisma' can be a catch-all term that obfuscates more than it reveals. What it does reveal often says more about the historical and cultural context in which... 
MIRACLE | HISTORY | Women | Charisma | Religion | Sociocultural factors | Social power | Social change
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Women's History Review: Special Issue: Charismatic Women in Religion, Power, Media and Social Change, ISSN 0961-2025, 01/2020, Volume 29, Issue 1, pp. 18 - 36
In May 1871 Mary Ann Girling, an itinerant preacher of Suffolk, set her first firm step to public, charismatic leadership. Through apocalyptic prophecies,... 
HISTORY | Charisma | Leadership | Mass media | Prophecies | Violence
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Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review, ISSN 0039-3495, 9/2018, Volume 107, Issue 427, pp. 336 - 345
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Reviews in History, ISSN 1749-8155, 2018
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Journal of Victorian Culture, ISSN 1355-5502, 2019, Volume 24, Issue 2, pp. 227 - 240
The nineteenth century witnessed a dramatic rise in occurrences of stigmata, the wounds of Christ crucified, across Europe and in the British Isles. As... 
Religion | Science | Catholicism | Revival | Mysticism | Stigmata | ULSTER | stigmata | science | mysticism | revival | 1859 REVIVAL | religion | HISTORY
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Reviews in History, ISSN 1749-8155, 2017
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BRITISH CATHOLIC HISTORY, ISSN 2055-7973, 10/2019, Volume 34, Issue 4, pp. 619 - 642
This article considers the transcultural dynamic between English Catholicism and mainland Europe in the early 1840s through the lens of the reception of two... 
transnational | celebrity | stigmata | RELIGION | supernatural | mysticism | HISTORY
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3/2018, Volume 12, Issue 1
Book by Nicolas Howe, 2016 
Religion | Sacredness | Law
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05/2019, Volume 34, Issue 3
[...]it is not always clear how chapters contribute to a syncretic study of globalising Christianities, nor how trends of a Christendom on the defence in its... 
Negotiation | Missionaries | Maps | Religion | Nonfiction | Christianity | 19th century | Religious orthodoxy
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