Indigenous girls and education in a changing colonial society : the Dutch East Indies, c. 1880-1942

Indigenous girls and education in a changing colonial society : the Dutch East Indies, c. 1880-1942

vindplaats:
ZO AZ 2 2019 - C
uitgave:
Florence: European University Institute. Department of History and Civilization 2019. -XIV, 242p. foto's : ill.
rubriek:
onderwijs/vorming
duurzame link:
https://hdl.handle.net/11653/book115407
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This research project reconsiders the topic of girls’ education by taking the diversity of the late-colonial Dutch East Indies as its starting point. In doing so, the thesis integrates four widely diverging regions – the sultanate of Yogyakarta, West Sumatra, Flores and Minahasa – in one comparative framework. This allows for a kaleidoscopic view on girls’ schooling from modernist Islamic initiatives to nationalist organizations and Christian missionary schools. Thesis History and Civilization.



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