Religion and Social Change, 1723-1921

Religion and Social Change, 1723-1921 is an archive of publications that chronicle 19th and 20th century social change movements relating to religion. This includes movements and debates such as abolition, women's rights, questions of church and state, religion and science, evolution and education. 

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At a Glance

Subject Area: Religion & Philosophy
Ideal For: Academic Libraries

Title List:
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Content Includes:

  • More than 1,700 monographs
  • Coverage from 1723 to 1921

Subjects Include:

  • Abolition
  • Women's rights
  • Advent of the social sciences
  • Questions of church and state
  • Religion and science
  • Evolution
  • Education reforms

From the American Theological Library Association (ATLA), Religion and Social Change includes authors ranging from devoutly religious to staunchly secular 19th century thinkers. Notable authors include Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Emile Durkheim, Soren Kierkegaard, Charles Darwin, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Immanuel Kant, Ralph Waldo Emerson and many more.

Explore other thematic collections in the ATLA Monographs Collection (11 Series).