The Education Papers: Women's Quest for Equality in Britain, 1850-1912

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Dale Spender
Psychology Press, 2001 - 366 pages
First published in 1987, this volume makes available key documents, giving the contemporary reader a valuble record of women's struggle for eduacation in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. All of the women in this collection achieved significant reforms or struggled to change popular prejudices about women's education

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Contents

George J Romanes Mental Differences between Men
10
Women 1887
32
Mary Carpenter On the Education of Pauper Girls 1862
50
Their Uses
58
Josephine Butler The Education and Employment
69
Governesses 1868
94
1868
111
Dorothea Beale Address to the National Association
123
S Tod On the Education of Girls of
230
Mary E Beedy The Joint Education of Young Men
248
Sophia JexBlake The Medical Education of Women
268
E T M An Interior View of Girton College Cambridge
277
Sturge The Physical Education of Women n d
284
Anne Jemima Clough Womens Progress in Scholarship
295
An Address
305
Wilena Hitching Home Management 1910
311

Frances Buss Evidence to the Schools Inquiry Commission
140
Elizabeth WolstenholmeElmy The Education of Girls
146
Maria Grey On the Special Requirements for Improving
171
Maria Gurney Are we to have Education for our Middle
186
Emily A E Shirreff The Work of the National Union
199
Hutchins Higher Education and Marriage 1912
328
Sir Almroth Wright Letter to the Editor of The Times
335
Biographical Notes
345
Index
359
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