Highly acclaimed in previous editions, this classic work by John Hostetler has been expanded and updated to reflect current research on Amish history and. Amish Society has ratings and 23 reviews. Melanie said: What this book doesn’t cover about the Amish isn’t worth knowing. I have never read a book wi. Amish Society. JOHN A. HOSTETLER. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, Reviewed by HARRY B. HAWTHORN,. Univzrsity o j British Columbia.
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Given that this was published init has to be rather out of date, though I’d think less so for the Amish than for most groups, given their great resistance to change. Plenty to mull over and consider. God Visits the Amish 9. However, it served my purpose – I learned hoetetler I wanted to learn. Hostetler Edited by David L.
Don’t pretend like you’re not doing something. Amosh rated it it was amazing Dec 09, I have never read a book with so many interesting facts about Amish life. I suspect that there just weren’t any Bikers in Lancaster county in the 50s.
The Amish societies are a group of highly Christian religious people who are extremely traditional and refuse to adopt conveniences of modern technology. Tina Yates rated it really liked it Aug 24, Their religion also makes them more distinctive because the main values of the community are religious beliefs.
The four essays in Part I provide retrospective analyses of John A. While at Goshen he assisted dean Harold S. The beginning chapters about their history and immigrating from Europe were less interesting, but I’m glad I spent time learning something instead of just reading for entertainment.
This is a very intriguing society. Jul 30, BHodges rated it liked socitey.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Explore the Home Gift Guide. On the one hand it’s awesome that they are able to be a people who don’t use technology, but on the other they don’t believe in knowledge for the sake of knowledge and they are hypocrites because they do use technology sometimes.
A life lived in faith is a life lived with hope as one lives in the world. These societies become more and socieety interesting as the world becomes more and more complex. Aug 30, Kris rated it it was ok Shelves: Hostetler’s book is full of excellent scholarship, and he himself was born Amish. He offers updated information on a variety of topics, including Amish population trends, land socifty and farming practices, and relations with the state.
We’ll occasionally send you account related and promo emails. Jul 25, Jane rated it really liked it Shelves: As a youth he supervised his father’s turkey operation, took courses on poultry raising, and received a amosh license from the American Poultry Association.
They are known for their simple living, plain dressings, and their reluctance to transition or change with our ever growing societies.
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The photographs are plentiful, and the knowledge base was far beyond my expectations. These societies constitute and run way differently than industrialized and so called civilized societies. Hi, I am Sara from Studymoose Hi there, would you like to get such a paper? They refuse to use the any kind of modern technology that may be of their convenience instead you will qmish bearded men in the field farming and women in their long dresses and bonnets, washing their clothes by hand and hanging them neatly on lines to dry.
It’s hard for me to decide if it’s a life I could live.
I recently attended an academic conference on the Amish, and nearly every scholar referenced John Hostetler at least once. My library Help Advanced Book Search.
At the same time, however, I found myself thinking a great deal about how my own experience of Catholicism back in the 50’s and 60’s was not all that different. Highly acclaimed in previous editions—with more than 85, copies in print— this classic work by John Hostetler has been expanded and updated to reflect current research on Amish history and culture as well as the new concerns of Amish communities throughout North America.