Exhibition(Exposure) "Women and Protestantism"

We suggest you discovering an exhibition(exposure) presenting the result(profit) of rare researches(searches) putting obvious fact the role of the women in Reform.

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© Musée Jeanne d'Albret - Clara Fernandez

We suggest you discovering an exhibition(exposure) presenting the result(profit) of rare researches(searches) putting obvious fact the role of the women in Reform.

The women and their actions(shares), however decisive, are under-represented in the collections of the museums of history(story) of the Protestantism. Several exhibitions(exposures) are currently dedicated to them everywhere in France. However, the reappraisal of the muséal permanent route(course) remains to make. Objective is to present, not an exhaustive(thorough) list of the women who took forward history(story), but of avenues of research. Girls, sisters, wives, mothers Protestant women could, for someone of them, be next(go alongside) to power or very unusually exercise it, as for example, in the XVIth century, Jeanne d' Albret who reigns in Béarn. The women held(retained) in this exhibition(exposure), famous or not, are marked by an unwavering faith and often an education which allows them to assert(affirm) their convictions forged in the reading of the Bible and its comments. Replaced in the context of their time(period), their routes(courses) puts forward(advances) nevertheless someone of paradoxes of Reform …

About the venue

32, rue du Hâ, 33000 Bordeaux
  • Édifice religieux

Ancienne chapelle du couvent des Filles de Notre-Dame, datée du XVIIe siècle, congrégation fondée par la nièce de Montaigne, Jeanne de Lestonnac. Décor intérieur disparu en 1805, affectée au culte réformé par Bonaparte.

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