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History of 19th Century Women's Education: A Plea for Inclusion of Class, Race and Ethnicity
[Working Paper No. 114]

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Title

History of 19th Century Women's Education: A Plea for Inclusion of Class, Race and Ethnicity
[Working Paper No. 114]

Subject

education, race, class

Description

First Paragraph: "The history of women's education can be taught differently now than twenty years ago owing to new work. This paper provides an overview of the excellent precedents set in discussing the informal and formal education of women in the nineteenth century. It concentrates on the plethora of rich material written about the education of the privileged, but constantly points out the need to complete the picture by discussing the education of women of color, different classes, and various ethnic backgrounds."

Creator

Brenzel, Barbara M.

Source

Wellesley College Center for Research on Women

Date

1983

Format

booklet; 20 pages; black and white; text

Language

English

Identifier

BCRW Archives, W box 2, loose

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Citation

Brenzel, Barbara M., "History of 19th Century Women's Education: A Plea for Inclusion of Class, Race and Ethnicity [Working Paper No. 114]," in BCRW Archives, Item #3563, http://www.bcrwarchives.org/collection/items/show/3563 (accessed April 18, 2014).

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