Margaret Arnold

Margaret Arnold is Rector of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Cohasett, Massachusetts. She received her Ph.D. in Religious and Theological Studies from Boston University and was awarded the 2017 Duke Divinity Innovation Grant for the development of Episcopal curriculum material. She has written about faith and women’s lives in the work of Jane Austen and L. M. Montgomery for the literary website sarahemsley.com.

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A Brief History of Equality, by Thomas Piketty, translated by Steven Rendall, from Harvard University Press

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