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Female Academies and Women's Education

The Pedagogy of Protection: Female Education in Madagascar, 1867–1901

Female Education and Marriage Dissolution: Is it a Selection Effect?

‘Leisure to be wise’: female education and the possibilities of domesticity


The Domestic Citizen and Female Education in the Postcolonial Era

Engendering Education: Prospects For a Rights‐Based Approach To Female Education Deprivation In India

Reading Clubs, Language Societies and Female Education in Fin-de-Siècle Copenhagen

The Causes and Consequences of Increased Female Education and Labor Force Participation in Developing Countries

Association of Higher Parental and Grandparental Education and Higher School Grades With Risk of Hospitalization for Eating Disorders in Females The Uppsala Birth Cohort Multigenerational Study

Changing Attitudes toward the Male Breadwinner, Female Homemaker Family Model: Influences of Women's Employment and Education over the Lifecourse

Female Education and the Early Development of St. Stephen’s Church, Hong Kong (1865–1900s)

Adult Female Twins' Recall of Childhood Social Class and Father's Education: A Validation Study for Public Health Research

P334. Level of education and knowledge about female health issues in patients with inflammatory bowel disease.

Maternal education is associated with reduced female disadvantages in under-five mortality in sub-Saharan Africa and southern Asia


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The end of the eighteenth century witnessed convergence between the political agenda of reform and the cultural agenda of self-improvement. For landless, urban, bourgeois men, and especially for the high ...

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