Training female schoolteachers in Victorian London: a study of three colleges

Hdl Handle:
http://hdl.handle.net/10142/47336
Title:
Training female schoolteachers in Victorian London: a study of three colleges
Authors:
Seed, John
Abstract:
This was mostly written during 1995 and 96. It was originally commissioned as the first half of a history of the four constituent colleges of the then Roehampton Institute of Higher Education (now Roehampton University). Dr Keith Burgess was to take the story from 1914 to the present. Our aim was to produce a history which was thorough in its research and set the histories of the colleges within the wider social and cultural history of the period. We also wanted to produce a history which would be readable by a non-specialist audience. Professional historians are too often condemned to write for a narrow and specialist academic public. We were keen to seize this opportunity to reach out to a wider readership. For various reasons, some of them obscure, publication of the projected volume was shelved. So this draft was left to gather dust. Until my friend Bill Griffiths recently suggested that it could be put on-line and at least find some interested readers. I am grateful to him for his work in generating this online version. I have cut the few sections on Froebel College from chapter three. This has been done much better in several publications by the former Principal of Froebel, Dr Peter Weston: see in particular The Froebel Educational Institute: the Origins and History of the College (Roehampton 2002). I would like to thank Peter Weston for helpful comments on an earlier draft of this history. Otherwise, I have not rewritten my original draft nor registered more recent research. I had always intended to rework this material into publishable form, when other commitments permitted. And who knows, I may still do so one day.
Issue Date:
2005
URI:
http://hdl.handle.net/10142/47336
Additional Links:
http://www.billygriff.sathosting.net/seed/
Type:
Other
Language:
en
Appears in Collections:
Department of Humanities Collection

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dc.contributor.authorSeed, John-
dc.date.accessioned2009-01-13T14:55:27Z-
dc.date.available2009-01-13T14:55:27Z-
dc.date.issued2005-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10142/47336-
dc.description.abstractThis was mostly written during 1995 and 96. It was originally commissioned as the first half of a history of the four constituent colleges of the then Roehampton Institute of Higher Education (now Roehampton University). Dr Keith Burgess was to take the story from 1914 to the present. Our aim was to produce a history which was thorough in its research and set the histories of the colleges within the wider social and cultural history of the period. We also wanted to produce a history which would be readable by a non-specialist audience. Professional historians are too often condemned to write for a narrow and specialist academic public. We were keen to seize this opportunity to reach out to a wider readership. For various reasons, some of them obscure, publication of the projected volume was shelved. So this draft was left to gather dust. Until my friend Bill Griffiths recently suggested that it could be put on-line and at least find some interested readers. I am grateful to him for his work in generating this online version. I have cut the few sections on Froebel College from chapter three. This has been done much better in several publications by the former Principal of Froebel, Dr Peter Weston: see in particular The Froebel Educational Institute: the Origins and History of the College (Roehampton 2002). I would like to thank Peter Weston for helpful comments on an earlier draft of this history. Otherwise, I have not rewritten my original draft nor registered more recent research. I had always intended to rework this material into publishable form, when other commitments permitted. And who knows, I may still do so one day.en
dc.language.isoenen
dc.relation.urlhttp://www.billygriff.sathosting.net/seed/en
dc.subjectroehampton instituteen
dc.subjectteacher educationen
dc.subjectvictorianen
dc.subjectWhitelands Collegeen
dc.subjectSouthlands Collegeen
dc.subjectRoehampton Universityen
dc.titleTraining female schoolteachers in Victorian London: a study of three collegesen
dc.typeOtheren
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