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Culture and Teaching at Victorian London. Liza Picard

Kulagina-Yartseva Valentina Sergeevna

Research assistant at Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences. 

111531, Russia, g. Moscow, ul. Goncharnaya, 12 str. 1

yartseva@tochka.ru
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Review date:

29-08-2017


Publish date:

1-12-2012


Abstract.

Liza Picard describes the process of preparation for the International Industrial Exposition in 1851. She also describes the openning and popularity of the Exposition with the Great Britain citizens as well as the role of the Exposition in the development of culture and industry. The author also raises questions about education, in particular, school education (so called 'ragged schools' as a great achievement of the Victorian age) and talks about different institutions, courses and available libraries. 

Keywords: public libraries, Crystal Palace, Koh-i-noor , railway excursions, opening night, International Exhibition, ragged schools, Lancastrian systems, Jewish schools, teaching girls
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

References
1.
Mattew Arnold, Report on Elementary Schools 1852-82 [text], London, 1908
2.
James Kay-Shuttleworth, Four Periods of Public Education [text]. London, 1862.
3.
John Burnett, Destiny Obscure, London [text], 1982.
4.
John Lawson, A Social History of Education in England [text], London, 1973.
5.
Gerry Black, J.F.S. The History of the Jews’ Free School since 1732 [text], London, 1998.
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