Nuns have often been portrayed as nascent feminists wielding an
exceptional amount of power. In this formative study of the
Congregation de Notre-Dame - a religious community of uncloistered
women established in Montreal in 1657 - Colleen Gray presents a
more nuanced view of the foundations and exercise of power within
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