Teaching Modules

 

Determination and Resistance

Bibliography and Online Sources

 

Excerpt: Thomas Wentworth Higginson, “Ought Women to Learn the Alphabet?” The  Atlantic Monthly, February 1859.  

Excerpt: Gail Hamilton, Woman’s Wrongs: A Counter-Irritant. Ticknor and Fields, 1868.

Excerpt: M. Carey Thomas (age 14), Journal, February 26, 1871.

Excerpt: Edward H. Clarke, Sex in Education or, A Fair Chance for Girls. Boston: James R.     Osgood and Company, 1873.

Excerpt: Julia Ward Howe, Ed., Sex and Education: A Reply to Dr. E.H. Clark’s Sex in  Education. Boston: Robert Brothers, 1874.

Excerpt: Mary Peabody Mann, “By Mrs. Horace Mann.” From Sex and Education: A Reply to Dr. E.H. Clark’s Sex in Education. Boston: Robert Brothers, 1874.

Excerpt: Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, “By Elizabeth Stuart Phelps.” From Sex and Education: A   Reply to Dr. E.H. Clark’s Sex in Education. Boston: Robert Brothers, 1874.

Excerpt: Charles Eliot, Inaugural Address for President Caroline Hazard, Wellesley       College, October 1899.

Excerpt: M. Carey Thomas, Opening Chapel Address, Bryn Mawr College, October 1899.

Excerpt: G. Stanley Hall, Adolescence: Its Psychology and its Relations to Physiology, Anthropology, Sociology, Sex, Crime, Religion, and Education. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1904.

Graphic: Colin Burke, “Enrollment in Various Types of Higher Education, 1800-1900,” From American Collegiate Populations: A Test of the Traditional View. New York: New York University Press, 1982.

Graphic: Barbara Miller Solomon, “Women Enrolled in Institutions of Higher Education,  1870-1980.” From In the Company of Educated Women: A History of Women and Higher Education in America. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1985.

Full text: M. Carey Thomas, “Should the Higher Education of Women Differ from that of Men,” Educational Review (New York), January 1901.

Full text: M. Carey Thomas, “Present Tendencies in Women’s Education.” Reprinted in Educational Review, January 1908.