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A new moral vision [online] : gender, religion, and the changing purposes of American higher education, 1837-1917 / Andrea L. Turpin

By: TURPIN, Andrea L.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: American Institutions and Society: Publisher: Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2016Description: 1 resursă online (352 p.).ISBN: 9781501706325.Subject(s): | DE-Istorie | | drepturile femeii | educație | cărți străine | cărți achiziții | cărți electroniceGenre/Form: resursă online Online resources: Acces la textul integral numai din contul de acces mobil
Contents:
Chapter 1. Reorienting Righteousness: Toward a New Narrative of Gender and Religion in American Higher Education Chapter 2. Ideological Origins of the Women’s College: Catharine Beecher, Mary Lyon, and Mount Holyoke Female Seminary Chapter 3. Ideological Origins of Collegiate Coeducation: Oberlin College as a Sending City on a Hill Chapter 4. Separate or “Joint Education of the Sexes”? Religion, Science, and Class in National Debates Chapter 5. The Chief End of Man and of Woman: Princeton and Evelyn Chapter 6. A House Divided? Harvard and Radcliffe Chapter 7. “Not to Be Ministered unto, but to Minister”: Wellesley College Chapter 8. “I Delight in the Truth”: Bryn Mawr College Chapter 9. “Almost without Money and without Price to Every Young Man and Every Young Woman”: The University of Michigan Chapter 10. “Even an Atheist Does Not Desire His Boy to Be Trained a Materialist”: The University of California Chapter 11. Serving the College and the Nation: YMCAs and YWCAs on Campus
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Chapter 1. Reorienting Righteousness: Toward a New Narrative of Gender and Religion in American Higher Education Chapter 2. Ideological Origins of the Women’s College: Catharine Beecher, Mary Lyon, and Mount Holyoke Female Seminary Chapter 3. Ideological Origins of Collegiate Coeducation: Oberlin College as a Sending City on a Hill Chapter 4. Separate or “Joint Education of the Sexes”? Religion, Science, and Class in National Debates Chapter 5. The Chief End of Man and of Woman: Princeton and Evelyn Chapter 6. A House Divided? Harvard and Radcliffe Chapter 7. “Not to Be Ministered unto, but to Minister”: Wellesley College Chapter 8. “I Delight in the Truth”: Bryn Mawr College Chapter 9. “Almost without Money and without Price to Every Young Man and Every Young Woman”: The University of Michigan Chapter 10. “Even an Atheist Does Not Desire His Boy to Be Trained a Materialist”: The University of California Chapter 11. Serving the College and the Nation: YMCAs and YWCAs on Campus

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