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Although forgotten in both Religionswissenschaft (the Science of Religion) and psychology, Marianne Beth , initially trained as a lawyer and already in 1928 called a "leading European woman", must be considered as one of the female pioneers of these fields. She has been active especially in the psychology of religion, a field in which she, together with her husband Karl Beth, founded a research institute, an international organization and a journal. In 1932, the Beths organized in Vienna (wheredoi:10.3390/rel2030247 fatcat:jrq4p5rsunhd3hxguwq35loib4