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Church records and the history of education in early modern England, 1558-1642

M. Rosemary O"Day

Church records and the history of education in early modern England, 1558-1642

a problem in methodology.

by M. Rosemary O"Day

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Published by Taylor & Francis Ltd (etc.) in London (etc.) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

From: History of education, vol. 2, no. 2, 1973, pp. 115-132.

The Physical Object
Paginationp.p. 115-132
Number of Pages132
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Open LibraryOL19712655M

  When Death Do Us Part Understanding and Interpreting the Probate Records of Early Modern England. Oxford: Leopard’s Head Press Limited, In the chapter on probate accounts, Any Erickson notes that “at most only 1/3 of the population made a will,” and this corresponds with modern time. Arkell, Tom, Nesta Evans, Nigel Goose. More work for the dean: in a brief answer to some scandalous reports published by Dr. Stillingfleet in his book entitled, An impartial account of the history, nature and pleas of the present separation from the communion of the Church of England against some of the Lords faithful servants, namely, Mr. Henry Barrow, Mr. John Greenwood, Mr. John.

  The distinction is a modern sociological one but it certainly mattered in the early modern period too. 14 Preachers, theologians, and writers of sermon manuals did want to preserve the difference between the gravely serious business of salvation, on the one hand, and the levity of mirth on the other. For one thing, the distinction structured Author: Daniel Derrin. Stern, Tiffany, Documents of Performance in Early Modern England, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Stow, John, Annales, or a Generale Chronicle of England from Brute until the present yeare of Christ,

John Donne (/ d ʌ n / DUN; 22 January – 31 March ) was an English poet, scholar, soldier and secretary born into a Catholic family, a remnant of the Catholic Revival, who reluctantly became a cleric in the Church of England. He was Dean of St Paul's Cathedral in London (). He is considered the pre-eminent representative of the metaphysical mater: Hart Hall, Oxford, University of Cambridge. Universities in the United Kingdom have generally been instituted by royal charter, papal bull, Act of Parliament, or an instrument of government under the Further and Higher Education Act or the Higher Education and Research Act Degree awarding powers and university title are protected by law, although the precise arrangements for gaining these vary between the .


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History of American EducationSol Cohen. Book Reviews. pages plus 4 pages of plates. Volume 2 Number 2 June Contents: Church Records and the History of Education in Early Modern England A Problem in Methodology, Rosemary O'Day; The Commission for National Education in PolandLucasz.

O'Day, Rosemary, Education and Society, – The Social Foundations of Education in Early Modern Britain (London, ), ch. 2 and works listed there; Houston, Scottish Literacy, 98–; Church records and the history of education in early modern England, Literacy and the Social Order, 52–53; O'Day, Rosemary, “Church Records and the History of Education in Early Modern England, Cited by: 14 Rosemary O'Day, 'Church records and the history of education in early modern England a problem of methodology', History of Education 2, no.

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Augustine of Canterbury. Allison, A.F., ‘New light on the Early History of the Breve Compendio: The Background to the English Translation of ’, Recusant History, 4/1 (). Allison, A.F., ‘The English Augustinian Convent of Our Lady of Syon at Paris: Its Foundation and Struggle for Survival during the First Eighty Years, ’, Recusant History, 21 (), Imagining the Audience in Early Modern England, co-edited with Jennifer A.

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If you have authored or published a book which you feel is suitable for review in History of Education, please send a copy to the Book Review Editor, Dr Amy Palmer at Froebel College, University of Roehampton, Roehampton Lane, Roehampton, London, SW15 5PJ.

Cognitive Ecologies and the History of Remembering: Religion, Education and Memory in Early Modern England. Palgrave Macmillan Vaught, Jennifer. Rhetorics of Bodily Disease and Health in Medieval and Early Modern England. Ashgate, Conceptual Framework Reed, Bruce.

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Scholars of early modern England have recently begun to pay more attention to sermons. (McCullough, Adlington, Rhatigan ). Scholars have recognized that in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, as Jeanne Shami has put it, sermons were “the mass media of their day,” providing their listeners with reports of “breaking news,” while.

Glennie, Paul and Thrift, Nigel, ‘Clock time in Medieval and Early Modern Bristol’ AND ‘The Provision of Clock Time in Pre-Modern England’, in their Shaping of the Day: A History of Timekeeping in England and Wales, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ), pp.

and 5. For recent discussion of the intellectual history see Bouwsma, William J., “Intellectual history in the s: From history of ideas to history of meaning”, Journal of interdisciplinary history, xii, (), – 93; LaCapra, Dominick and Kaplan, Steven L. (eds), Modern intellectual history: Reappraisals and new perspectives (Ithaca, ); Toews, John E., “Intellectual history Cited by: 8.

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–, and I. Maclean, Learning and the Market Place: Essays in the History of the Early Modern Book (Leiden, ), pp. –Author: Richard Serjeantson.Professor of Early Modern History, University of Newcastle.and in Thomas Kaufmann’s and Lyndal • Confirmed in the Church of England by the Rt. Revd.

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