Renamed: The Living, the Dead, and the Global in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Christianity

Over the nineteenth century, thousands of North Americans and Europeans paid to sponsor and rename foreign children in mission stations across the world. Hillary Kaell discusses the “otherworldly” in histories of global relations.

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