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Mundelein Voices is the first history of Mudelein College, the last women's college in Illinois. Written by alumnae and faculty, this spirited collection of autobiographical essays captures the history, the memory, and the story of Mundelein College. This is a story of great change in times of turmoil, offering rich commentaries on social change, ecumenism, gender studies, the curch in Chicago, as well as changes in religious orders and the institutions they created.
Ann M. Harrington, B.V.M., an associate professor of history at Loyola University Chicago, teaches courses in Japanese history and the history of Asian women. She graduated from Mundelein College and later returned to teach French and history. Her current research focuses on the work of the first Roman Catholic women religious in Japan.