- Title Pages
- Note on Transliteration and Conventions Used in the Text
- Note on Sources
OneFemale Prophets in Sabbatianism
TwoHistorical Precedents and Contexts
ThreeSabbatian Women as Religious Activists
FourWomen in Sectarian Sabbatianism
FiveThe Egalitarian Agenda: Sources of Inspiration and Modes of Implementation
SixIn the Egalitarian ‘Family’ of Jacob Frank
SevenThe Redemptive ‘Maiden’
Eight‘The Mother of God’:Frank and the Russian Sectarians
NineConclusion: From Sabbatianism to Hasidism
Appendix‘Something for the Female Sex’: A Call for the Liberation of Women, and the Release of the Female Libido from the ‘Shackles of Shame’, in an Anonymous Frankist Manuscript from Prague c.1800
- Women and the Messianic Heresy of Sabbatai Zevi, 1666 - 1816
- Liverpool University Press
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