The Ideological Origins of the Women's College: Religion, Class, and Curriculum in the Educational Visions of Catharine Beecher and Mary Lyon
Turpin, Andrea L.
“To the Uplift and Protection of Young Womanhood”: African-American Women at Iowa's Private Colleges and the University of Iowa, 1878–1928
Breaux, Richard M.
Students Writing Race at Southern Public Women's Colleges, 1884–1945
The Plight of the “Able Student”: Ruth Wright Hayre and the Struggle for Equality in Philadelphia's Black High Schools, 1955–1965
Sex Goes to School: Girls and Sex Education Before the 1960s by Susan K. Freeman
MORAN, JEFFREY P.
Military Education and the Emerging Middle Class in the Old South by Jennifer R. Green
WILLIAMS, TIMOTHY J.
Taking the Town: Collegiate and Community Culture in the Bluegrass, 1880–1917. by Kolan Thomas Morelock
Wells-Dolan, Amy E.
Full-Court Quest: The Girls from Fort Shaw Indian School, Basketball Champions of the World by Linda Peavy and Ursula Smith
FREY, CHRISTOPHER J.
Opportunity Lost: Race and Poverty in the Memphis City Schools by Marcus D. Pohlmann
HALE, JON N.
Reforming Medical Education: The University of Illinois College of Medicine, 1880–1920. by Winton U. Solberg
Education Now: How Rethinking America's Past Can Change Its Future by Paul Theobald
Chicano Students and the Court: The Mexican American Legal Struggle for Educational Equality by Richard R. Valencia
MENDEZ, JESSE P.
The Standardization of American Schooling: Linking Secondary and Higher Education, 1870–1910. by Marc A. VanOverbeke
Race and Education: 1954–2007 by Raymond Wolters
O'BRIEN, THOMAS V.
Legacy: Cecil Rhodes, the Rhodes Trust and Rhodes Scholarships by Philip Ziegler