Education in the Eighteenth Century: A Special Virtual Issue

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Part of Frontispiece, Mary Wollstonecraft, Original Stories

Part of Frontispiece, Mary Wollstonecraft’s Original Stories (courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)

Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies is pleased to present a Special Virtual Issue on Education in the Eighteenth Century, comprising previously published papers and an original Introduction by Michèle Cohen.

Read it exclusively online:

Introduction
Michèle Cohen

The Treatment of Education in the Encyclopédie
D S Wilson
Volume 11, Issue 1, March 1988

Berquin’s L’Ami des Enfants and the Hidden Curriculum of Class Relations
John Dunkley
Volume 16, Issue 2, September 1993

Capturing (and captivating) childhood: The Role of Illustrations in Eighteenth- Century Children’s Books in Britain and France
Penny Brown
Volume 31, Issue 3, September 2008

“The Proper education of a Female …is still to seek”: Childhood and Girls’ Education in Fanny Burney’s Camilla; or, a picture of Youth
Coral Ann Howells
Volume 7, Issue 2, September 1984

London’s Charity School Children: The “Scum of the Parish”?
Dianne Payne
Volume 29, Issue 3, September 2006

“A Little Learning”? The Curriculum and the Construction of Gender Difference in the Long Eighteenth Century
Michèle Cohen
Volume 29, Issue 3, September 2006

“Leisure to be Wise”: Edgeworthian education and the possibilities of Domesticity
Richard De Ritter
Volume 33, Issue 3, September 2010

History Teaching in Late Eighteenth-Century Russia
David Saunders
Volume 10, Issue 2, September 1987

The British Reception of Madame de Genlis’s Writing for Children: Plays and Tales of Instruction and Delight
Gillian Dow
Volume 29, Issue 3, September 2006

Educating Christian Men in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries: Public School and Oxbridge Ideals
William Van Reyk
Volume 32, Issue 3, September 2009

Autonomy and Perfectibility: The Educational Theory of Godwin’s The Enquirer
K. E Smith
Volume 5, Issue 2, September 1982

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