Nineteenth-century Oxford, Part 1

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Michael G. Brock, Mark C. Curthoys
Clarendon Press, 1997 - 806 pages
The University of Oxford saw far-reaching intellectual and institutional changes in the course of the nineteenth century, shifting from an Anglican institution in an Anglican state to an undenominational "free-thinking" institution. Volume VI of the magisterial History of the University explores the major developments of the period.
 

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Contents

G Brock
7
Richard Brent
15
The Oxford of Peel and Gladstone
23
Note The Oriel Noetics
72
Oxford and its critics 18001835
137
The unreformed colleges
153
From obscurity to preeminence
174
The ascendancy of Oriel
191
The careers of Oxford men M C Curthoys
477
The beginnings of Greats 18001872
513
Oxfords scientific awakening and the role
543
Medical education A H T RobbSmith
563
The Bodleian Library I G Philip
585
The Ashmolean Museum A G MacGregor
598
The University Galleries J J L Whiteley
611
The Taylor Institution Giles Barber
631

195
230
The Oxford of Mr Verdant Green M C Curthoys
268
From the Tractarians to the Executive
306
The examination system M C Curthoys
339
Finance and property J P D Dunbabin
375
The University and the city C J Day
441
The University Museum and Oxford
641
Reform and expansion 18541871 Christopher Harvie
697
List of Contents of NineteenthCentury Oxford Part 2
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