By Noriko Kawamura Ishii
This learn examines one point of yank women's professionalization and the consequences of the cross-cultural discussion among American lady missionaries and eastern scholars and supporters at Kobe collage among 1873 and 1909.
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Chapter Three, Missionary Work Launched: Kobe Home to Kobe Girls’ School, 1873–1882 studies the first decade of women’s missionary work at Kobe College. Clarkson who established the school as a school for primary and secondary education. The evangelical missionaries who began the girls’ school contrasted sharply to the professional missionaries who emerged later by the early 1880s in both the goals of their missionary work and their perception of the difficulties of proselytizing Japanese women for the Christian faith.
51 For women, education, a means congenial to female ideal, was the method of primary importance among the three methods of education, medical work and woman’s evangelistic work that Emily A. 53 From the inception of the WBMI and WBM, the principles of these woman’s boards that Fred Field Goodsell summarized included the following as essential points: Our work is for our own sex. We will send single women only as our missionaries. 54 The object of the WBMI was officially stated in the Constitution of the WBMI of 1878: Article 1.
She reassured the conservative male ABCFM officers as well that the WBMI was sticking to the woman’s sphere and not stepping into the man’s sphere. Emily White Smith became ill in her sophomore year, and took four years to graduate from Mt. Holyoke in 1858. After graduation, she taught for two years in the High School of Belvidere, Illinois. She married Rev. Moses Smith in 1860, who was then at Plainville, Connecticut. During the Civil War, he became the Chaplain of the Eighth Connecticut Volunteers 42 AMERICAN WOMEN MISSIONARIES AT KOBE COLLEGE, 1873–1909 for two years.