Items where Subject is "L Education > LA History of education"
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Dale, Vicki H.M. (2008) Educational methods and technologies in undergraduate veterinary medicine: a case study of veterinary teaching and learning at Glasgow, 1949-2006. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.
Drummond, Urvi (2015) Music education in South African Schools after apartheid: teacher perceptions of Western and African Music. Ed.D thesis, University of Glasgow.
Gellera, Giovanni (2012) Natural philosophy in the graduation theses of the Scottish universities in the first half of the seventeenth century. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.
Macklin, Victoria Ursula (2013) The power of the breast and cane – how literary mother-figures challenged social constructions of femininity 1787-1825. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.
McCallum, Sandra (2014) Secondary education and parental choice in enlightenment Glasgow: A case study of the Moore family, with particular reference to the extended tour abroad of (Sir) John Moore with his father Dr Moore (1772-76). PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.
McCrea, Sophia Catherine (2014) Education and nation in French and German Lorraine, 1870 - 1918. MRes thesis, University of Glasgow.
McKinney, Stephen John (2008) Catholic schools in Scotland: mapping the contemporary debate and their continued existence in the 21st century. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.
Murray, Patrick J. (2015) ‘of meridians and parallels | Man hath weav’d out a net’: Imaginative and intellectual cartographies in Early Modern England. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.
O'Hagan, Francis (2002) The contribution of the religious orders to education in Glasgow during the period 1847 -1918. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.
Stoner, Gregory Neil (2013) Learning, students’ skills and learning technologies (old and new) in the development of accounting education. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.
Turner, Maureen Alexander (1991) The educational ideas and influence of Thomas Robert Malthus (1766-1834). PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.