My research is concerned with the discursive construction of discipline through the history of schools – particularly state schools. I write about those children who are in mind in public discussions around ‘school children’. 141 more words
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Plato, Aristotle, and Rousseau associated the aims of education with beliefs about society, reason and emotion, and knowledge and freedom. Their treatment of these themes profoundly influenced ideals of the ‘educated person’ that emerged in the West during the 19th century. 9,671 more words
I am delighted to welcome back historian John Polsom-Jenkins with a post about private domestic tutors in the seventeenth century. Tyburn‘s hero, Nick, works as a tutor in the Earl of Hereford’s household, and this part of Nick’s story was based on his research into the lives of tutors during this period, so we owe him a great deal! 1,290 more words
by guest contributor Hannah Malcolm
During the French Revolution, statesmen faced the task of altering society in order to preserve the new Republic, which entailed developing a politics of… 1,656 more words
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