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Introduction Colin Heywood (University of Nottingham, UK)1 Family Relationships James Marten (University of Milwaukee, USA)2 Community Marilyn Irvin Holt (independent scholar)3 Economy Carolyn Tuttle (Lake Forest College, USA)4 Geography and the Environment Ning de Coninck-Smith (Aarhus University, DENMARK)5 Education Bengt Sandin (University of Linkoping, SWEDEN)6 Life Cycle Carl Ipsen (University of Indiana, USA)7 The State Rachel G. Fuchs (Arizona State University, USA)8 Faith and Religion Christina de Bellaigue (University of Oxford, UK)9 Health and Science Richard Meckel (Brown University, USA)10 World Contexts David M. Pomfret (University of Hong Kong, HONG KONG)Notes Bibliography Contributors Index
A thematic overview of how childhood and the family were perceived in the period from 1800 to 1900, covering life cycle, relationships, community, economy, the state, the environment, education, religion and health.
Colin Heywood is Professor of Modern French History at the University of Nottingham. His publications include Childhood in Nineteenth-Century France, A History of Childhood and Growing Up in Modern France.