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Constructing Women's Identity in the 19th Century
Authors: Dalakoura, Aikaterini
Ziogou Karastergiou, Sidiroula
Reviewer: Bonidis, Kyriakos
Subject: HUMANITIES AND ARTS > HISTORY > GENERAL HISTORY, THEORY > OTTOMAN HISTORY
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > HISTORY > GENERAL HISTORY, THEORY > MODERN HISTORY
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > EDUCATION AND EDUCATION SCIENCES > EDUCATION BY TYPE > GENERAL EDUCATION
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > EDUCATION AND EDUCATION SCIENCES > EDUCATION BY TYPE > VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > EDUCATION AND EDUCATION SCIENCES > LEVELS OF EDUCATION/EDUCATIONAL STATUS > PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > EDUCATION AND EDUCATION SCIENCES > LEVELS OF EDUCATION/EDUCATIONAL STATUS > PRIMARY EDUCATION
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > EDUCATION AND EDUCATION SCIENCES > LEVELS OF EDUCATION/EDUCATIONAL STATUS > SECONDARY EDUCATION
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > EDUCATION AND EDUCATION SCIENCES > EDUCATION (BY GROUP) > COMMUNITY EDUCATION
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > EDUCATION AND EDUCATION SCIENCES > EDUCATION (BY GROUP) > GIRLS EDUCATION
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > EDUCATION AND EDUCATION SCIENCES > EDUCATION (BY GROUP) > WOMENS EDUCATION
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > EDUCATION AND EDUCATION SCIENCES > EDUCATION (AGENTS) > PRIVATE EDUCATION
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > EDUCATION AND EDUCATION SCIENCES > EDUCATION (AGENTS) > PUBLIC EDUCATION
HUMANITIES AND ARTS > EDUCATION AND EDUCATION SCIENCES > ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES > EDUCATIONAL REFORM
Keywords:
History Of Education
History Of Womens Education
Womens History
Gender History
Education Reforms
Education In Ottoman Empire
Nationalism And Education
Womens Education In Greece
Womens Education In Orthodox Communities In The Ottoman Empire
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Abstract:
In this chapter we discuss the formation and development of the education system of women in the Greek state and in the Orthodox/Greek communities in the Ottoman territories during the 19th century until the beginning of the 20th. The chapter consists of four thematic sections. In the first we present, in brief, the gendered education theory in regard to the necessity of a different education provision for the two genders and describe girls’ education, as it was shaped in three first decades of the 19th century. In the second section, after outlining the characteristics of the political framework in the Ottoman space, we record the constitution of the education system and the expansion of the school network from the 1840s up to 1922; we provide the basic characteristics pertaining to the structure and content of primary and secondary education and professional training, the social and class characteristics of the education system; and we put forth the basic characteristics of the gendered social function of education in the Ottoman space. The third section of the chapter details the formation of the education system of women in the Greek state: the institutionalization of primary education, the first attempts towards secondary education and professional training, the role of the Filekpaideutiki Etaireia (Society of the Friends of Education) in the education of women teachers, increasing state intervention and the aims of girls’ education during the 19th and the first decades of the 20th century. The fourth section of the chapter takes a comparative approach to the data of the two areas, the Greek state and Hellenism outside Greece, highlighting similarities and differences, synchronies and asynchronies in the course of development of girls’ education in the two areas.
Table of Contents:
Abstract
Pre-required knowledge
2.1 Women’s Education in the Greek-Speaking Space in the beginning of the 19th Century
2.1.1 Gendered Education Theory
2.1.2 Girls’ education in the beginning of the 19th Century
2.2 Women’s Education in Ottoman Framework (19th c. – 1922)
2.2.1 The Political-Historical Context
2.2.2 The Construction of the Education System and the First School Network (1840-1860/70)
2.2.3 The Completion of the Education System and the Exponential Expansion of the School Network (1870/80-1900)
2.2.3.1 Primary education
2.2.3.2 Secondary and Vocational Education/Training
2.2.3.3 Social and Class Characteristics of the Education System
2.2.4 The “Uniformity” of the Education System (1900-1922)
2.2.5 The Gendered and Social Aspect/Function of Education
2.3 The Formation of Girls’ Education System in the Greek State
2.3.1 Primary Education: State Regulations and the Society’s Resistances
2.3.2 First Endeavors for Vocational Training
2.3.3 Secondary Education – Girls’ High Schools – Teacher Training Colleges
2.3.3.1 First Period (1836-1893): The Dominant Role of Philekpaideftiki Etaireia (Society of the Friends Of Education)
2.3.3.2. Second Period (1893-1914): Interventions, Legislative Regulations and Dead-ends
2.3.3.3 Enosis Ellinidon [Greek Women’s Association]: Pre-School Teacher Training College and School for Physical Education Female Instructors
2.3.3.4 Aims and Contents of Girls’ education
2.3.3.5 Girls education during the First Decades of the 20th Century
2.4 Conclusions
Linguistic Editors: Apostoli, Persia
Technical Editors: Anapliotis, Dimitrios
Graphic Editors: Anapliotis, Dimitrios
Type: Chapter
Creation Date: 2015
Item Details:
License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/gr
Spatial Coverage: Orthodox Communities in the Ottoman Empire and Greek state
Temporal Coverage: 19th Century until the first decades of 20th century
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/11419/2587
Bibliographic Reference: Dalakoura, A., & Ziogou Karastergiou, S. (2015). Constructing Women's Identity in the 19th Century [Chapter]. In Dalakoura, A., & Ziogou Karastergiou, S. 2015. Women's Education - Women in Education [Undergraduate textbook]. Kallipos, Open Academic Editions. https://hdl.handle.net/11419/2587
Language: Greek
Is Part of: Women's Education - Women in Education
Publication Origin: Kallipos, Open Academic Editions