Ann Braude

Author and Senior Lecturer on American Religious History and Director of the Women's Studies in Religion Program, Harvard Divinity School.

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America’s strong ties to the church have influenced and defined gender roles, many of which remain embedded in our culture today.

Has religion shaped our understanding of gender?

America’s strong ties to the church have influenced and defined gender roles, many of which remain embedded in our culture today.

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