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Document Type:BL
Record Number:104910
Doc. No:b62455
Title & Author:Women, education, and agency, 1600-2000 /edited by Jean Spence, Sarah Jane Aiston, Maureen M. Meikle.
Publication Statement:New York :Routledge,2010.
Series Statement :Routledge research in gender and history ;9
Page. NO:xiv, 279 p. :ill. ;24 cm.
ISBN:9780415990059 (hardback : alk. paper)
041599005X (hardback : alk. paper)
9780203882610 (ebook)
020388261X (ebook)
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:Women, education, and agency, 1600-2000: an historical perspective / Sarah Jane Aiston -- Self-tuition and the intellectual achievement of early modern women: Anna Maria van Schurman (1607-1678) / Barbara Bulckaert -- Women and agency: the educational legacy of Mary Wollstonecraft / Joyce Senders Pedersen -- Scientific women: their contribution to culture in England in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries / Ruth Watts -- Ramabai and Rokeya: the history of gendered social capital in India / Barnita Bagchi -- Russian women in European universities, 1864-1900 / Marianna Muravyeva -- "Knowledge as the necessary food of the mind": Charlotte Mason's philosophy of education / Stephanie Spencer -- A woman's challenge: the voice of Şükufe Nihal in the modernisation of Turkey / Aynur Soydan Erdemir -- Femininity and mathematics at Cambridge circa 1900 / Claire Jones -- Thinking women: international education for peace and equality, 1918-1930 / Katherine Storr -- London's feminist teachers and the urban political landscape / Jane Martin -- Feminist criminology in Britain circa 1920-1960: education, agency, and activism outside the academy / Anne Logan -- Thinking feminist in 1963: challenges from Betty Friedan and the U.S. President's Commission on the Status of Women / Linda Eisenmann -- "Enhancing the quality of the educational experience": female activists and U.S. university and college women's centres / Sylvia Ellis and Helen Mitchell.
Subject:Women-- Education-- History.
Subject:Women-- Education-- Great Britain-- History.
Subject:Feminism-- History.
Subject:Feminism-- Great Britain-- History.
Dewey Classification:‭370.82‬
LC Classification:‭LC1701‬‭.W66 2010‬
Added Entry:Spence, Jean.
Aiston, Sarah Jane.
Meikle, Maureen M.