Sisters in spirit : Christianity, affect, and community building in East Africa, 1860-1970 /
East Lansing :
Michigan State University Press,
|Series:||African history and culture.
Table of Contents:
- Introduction. Affecting missions
- Tractarian beginnings : theology and society in nineteenth-century Britain and East Africa
- From slaves to Christian mothers : developing a doctrine of female evangelism, 1863-1877
- "Industrials" and "schoolgirls" : bonds of personal dependency and the Mbweni Girls' School, 1877-1890
- Networks of affective spirituality : evangelism and expansion, 1890-1930
- Of marriages and mimbas : minding the borders of the Christian community, 1910-1930
- "I am a spiritual mother" : affect, celibacy, and social reproduction, 1920-1970
- The intimacies of national belonging : community building in post-independence Tanzania, 1960-1970.