|Publisher:||Longman Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.77(w) x 8.86(h) x 0.79(d)|
Table of Contents
Introduction. Part One 1760-1815. 1. The eighteenth century context: ideas on women and education. 2. Unitarianism and education. 3. Ideals into practice: Unitarians and women 1760s-1815. 4. To 'loose the female mind': Unitarians and women 1760-1815. Part Two 1816-1860. 5. The Unitarian Context. 6. Schooling for Unitarians
7. Knowledge is Power: Gentlemen of England. 8. Unitarians and education for the working class: a gendered concern? 9. Political economy, adult education, class and gender. 10. Unitarians and gender issues in the 1850s: the seeds of feminism. Bibliographical Essay.