Thinking Together: Lecturing, Learning, and Difference in the Long Nineteenth Century
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Author(s): Angela G. Ray, Paul Stob
Explores the myriad ways that people in the nineteenth century grappled with questions of learning, belonging, civic participation, and deliberation. Focuses on the dynamics of gender, race, region, and religion, and how individuals and groups often excluded from established institutions developed knowledge useful for public life.
Collection: GPS-Research methods: general,
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