L'enseignement secondaire des filles en Alsace-Lorraine et dans l'académie de Nancy de 1871 à 1940

Abstract : Girls’ secondary schooling existed in Alsace and in Lorraine before the Cours Duruy (1867). It was defined by a sociological reality, which was that of institutions for daughters of the bourgeoisie. In 1871, Alsace and a part of Lorraine were annexed by the German Empire; Lorraine’s largest part was still French (Académie of Nancy). In Alsace- Lorraine, girls’ secondary schooling was given in Higher Girls’ Schools. Those schools were public or private. The best way to know how those institutions worked is to write monographs. In the Académie of Nancy, only public schools were called secondary schools. However we can’t exclude private institutions. The monographic way is also used here. The extension of the study until 1940 allows observing the unification of secondary schooling. The second part of the thesis discusses the teachers and school girls : we study the origins and the construction of identities.
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Éric Ettwiller. L'enseignement secondaire des filles en Alsace-Lorraine et dans l'académie de Nancy de 1871 à 1940. Education. Université de Strasbourg, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017STRAG001⟩. ⟨tel-01592901⟩

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