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Cambridge 2010-09: Education and Learning
27.07.2010 at 17:15:04
 
Information on the 2010-09-24 Cambridge conference on Education and Learning in Early Modern Britain can be found at http://earlymodernhistory1.blogspot.com/2010/07/education-and-learning-in-early- modern.html .
 
Perhaps of most interest to the embers/readers of this forum here:
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Richard Serjeantson (Trinity College, Cambridge), 'Becoming a philosopher in seventeenth century Britain'.

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Dr Gemma Allen (Lincoln College, Oxford), 'Female humanists and reading in sixteenth century England: the libraries of the Cooke sisters'.

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Dr D'Maris D. Coffman (Newnham College, Cambridge), 'Clarendon's two dialogues on
childhood: reconsidering elite formation in early modern England'.

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