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Annie Mankes-Zernike (1887–1972)

Author of Rainer Maria Rilke : Een benadering

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First official female student of theology and first official female pastor in the Netherlands, ordained in 1911, November 5th. She belonged to the left (liberal) wing of the mennonite (anabaptist) tradition in the Netherlands. Sister of the Nobel Prize laureate for physics in 1953: Frits Zernike. Married the Dutch painter: Jan Mankes.
She wrote about: R.M. Rilke, education and philosophy of religion and philosophical ethics, for example in her Ph.D on the subject: "On historical materialist and social democratic ethics".
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