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Shailaja Paik. Dalit Women’s Education in Modern India: Double Discrimination; Charu Gupta. The Gender of Caste: Representing Dalits in Print.

Ann Taylor Allen. The Transatlantic Kindergarten: Education and Women’s Movements in Germany and the United States.

Gender and Medicine in Ireland, 1700–1950Irish Women in Medicine c. 1880s–1920s: Origins, Education and Careers

Rebecca S. Montgomery. The Politics of Education in the New South: Women and Reform in Georgia, 1890–1930. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press. 2006. Pp. 263. $49.95

Paul J. Bailey. Gender and Education in China: Gender Discourses and Women–s Schooling in the Early Twentieth Century. (Routledge Contemporary China Series.) New York: Routledge. 2007. Pp. ix, 246. $120.00

 

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Jewish women’s education has traditionally been informal and home-based. Jewish women learned the core beliefs of Judaism, the Jewish life and holiday cycles, and the fundamentals of ritual practice chiefly ...

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