Σάββατο, 22 Μαρτίου 2014

History of Education

History of Education


   Vol.43, n°2, 3/2014

 
  • The origins of the ‘two cultures’ debate in the adult education movement: the case of the Working Men’s College, Marcella Pellegrino Sutcliffe
  • The English Miss, German Fräulein and French Mademoiselle: foreign governesses and national stereotyping in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Europe, Susan N. Bayley
  • ‘We alone are passive’: the Committee of Vice-chancellors and Principals and the organisation of British universities, c.1918–1939, Keith Vernon
  • ‘Against fascism, war and economies’: the Communist Party of Great Britain’s schoolteachers during the Popular Front, 1935–1939, Matthew Kavanagh
  • The NS-Ordensburgen: training for political leadership, Lisa Pine
  • Ethnic contestation and language policy in a plural society: the Chinese language movement in Malaysia, 1952–1967, Tan Yao Sua & Teoh Hooi See

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