Learning to stand & speak : women, education, and public life in America's republic /

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Main Author: Kelley, Mary, 1943- (Author)
Corporate Author: Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture (sponsoring body.)
Format: Online
Published: Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, [2006]
Series:UNC Press law publications.
Women and the law.
Online Access:HeinOnline UNC Press Law Publications
HeinOnline Women and the Law
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction
  • You will arrive at distinguished usefulness: the grounds for women's entry into public life
  • The need of their genius: the rights and obligations of schooling
  • Female academies are everywhere establishing: curriculum and pedagogy
  • Meeting in this social way to search for truth: literary societies, reading circles, and mutual improvement associations
  • The privilege of reading: women, books, and self-imagining
  • Whether to make her surname More or Adams: women writing women's history
  • The mind is, in a sense, its own home: gendered republicanism as lived experience
  • Epilogue.