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|Other titles||Victor Duruy and French education.|
|LC Classifications||LB675.D842 H67 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 278 p. :|
|Number of Pages||278|
|LC Control Number||83023896|
Book Review:Victor Duruy and French Education: Liberal Reform in the Second Empire Sandra Horvath-Pe January The Journal of Modern History Raymond Grew. Biography of Victor Duruy (excerpt) Jean Victor Duruy (11 September – 25 November ) was a French historian and statesman. He was born in Paris, the son of a factory worker, and at first intended for his father's trade.
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Horvath. Victor Duruy was born at Paris on the 11th of September,of a family of artists employed in the Gobelin tapestry works. At first he was himself destined to the same employment; but at the age of twelve he entered the Collège Sainte-Barbe, now called the Collège Rollin, and began his classical : George Kitchin.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: 2 illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Duruy's early life --Education, society, and politics before --The challenges of university administration and direction --The "Crusade against ignorance": primary and popular education --The modernization of secondary education --Public secondary education for girls.
Victor Duruy, (born Sept. 10,Paris, France—died Nov. 14,Paris), French scholar and public official who, as national minister of education (–69), initiated extensive and controversial reforms.
Duruy taught at the Collège Henri IV from to ), Duruy contended that industrialization in France was making advanced education for girls imperative Girls in the working classes needed to continue their education beyond first communion in classes de persevedrance (higher elementary classes) and in cours professionels 11 Victor Duruy, Notes et souvenirs, (Paris, ), I.
Victor Duruy & French education: liberal reform in the Second Empire by Sandra Horvath-Peterson (Book); Victor Duruy, ministre de Napoléon III, essai sur la politique de l'instruction publique au temps de l'Empire libéral by Jean Rohr (Book).
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Bmr 92 victor duruy L'illustration 27 juin jpg 2, × 3,; MB. free education was now well established in France "at least for the primary schools." It is well known that free education in secondary schools, at the public expense, was not realized in France until Buisson's statement was perhaps purposely guarded.
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Victor Duruy (vēktôr´ dürüē´), –94, French historian. He was a professor at Reims and Paris, and as minister of public instruction (–69) under Napoleon III he encouraged the adoption of the principle of free obligatory elementary education. His best-known work is his Histoire des Romans (7 vol., –85; tr., 8 vol., ), but he also wrote other popular histories.
The world of the Romans; text by Victor Duruy; translated [from the French MS.] by Gwen Lansdell Victor Duruy & French education: liberal reform in the Second Empire / Sandra Horvath-Peterson Deux campagnes au Soudan français, / par le lieutenant-colonel Gallieni, breveté d'état.
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DURUY, JEAN VICTOR (), French historian and statesman, was born in Paris on the 11th of September The son of a workman at the factory of the Gobelins, he was at first intended for his father’s trade, but succeeded in passing brilliantly through the École Normale Supérieure, where he studied under Michelet, whom he accompanied as secretary in his travels through France.
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Histoire de France / (Paris: Hachette et cie, ), by Victor Duruy (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Histoire de France / (Paris: Furne et Cie, ), by Louis Pierre Anquetil, M. de Norvins, and Furne et Compagnie (París) (page images at HathiTrust).
In the s, Victor Duruy, the French minister of education, described the intellectual progress of the Germans as ‘a threat to French science’ (quoted in Rocke, ). In the case of archaeology, the French and the British competed in the middle of the nineteenth century to discover the remains of Assyrian by: 3.
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The introductory note says the note is from a pupil in the Lycée Victor Duruy in Paris, which Finley visited The black-and-white photograph shows New York State Governor Alfred E.
Smith standing on the steps of the State Education Building, flanked by Commissioner of Education John H. Finley and General John J. Pershing February. education: Lycée Fénelon, Paris, France (), Lycée Victor Duruy, Paris, France (), Lycée Henri-IV (), BA Philosophy, École Normale Supérieure ().
Consult Sandra Horvath-Peterson, Victor Duruy and French Education: Liberal Reform in the Second Empire (Baton Rouge, ). Archives Nationales AD XIX H41, Statistics on primary instruction forReport made to the emperor on the condition of primary schooling for by Victor Duruy, minister of public instruction.
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