Δευτέρα, 21 Δεκεμβρίου 2009

History of Education

History of Education

Vol.38, n°6, décembre 2009



* Travelling across national, paradigmatic and archival divides: new work for the historian of education, Tim Allender, Stephanie Spencer
* The work of teachers and others in and around a Birmingham slum school 1891-1920, Susannah Wright
* The musical careers of the poor: the role of music as a vocational training for boys in British care institutions 1870-1918, Nicola Sheldon
* From working parties to social work: middle-class girls' education and social service 1890-1914, Georgina Brewis
* Women's work or creative work? Embroidery in New South Wales high schools, Susan Wood
* Creating women's work in the academy and beyond: Carnegie connections, 1923-1942, Jenny Collins
* Republic of the learned: the role of libraries in the promotion of a US democratic vision, Carroll

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