M. Kiselev and A. Krivoruchko: “‘According to Their Learning and Their Merit’: The Problem of Education in Official Policy and the Press in the Russian Empire in the 1760s”

In their talk Mikhail Kiselev and Anastasia Krivoruchko discuss the spread of the idea general education in official policy, such as the project by I. Shuvalov and the legislation of Peter III and the Industrious Bee (‘Trudolyubivaya pchela’), one of the first print magazines in the Russian Empire.

You can find the entire abstract here.


OpenEdition schlägt Ihnen vor, diesen Beitrag wie folgt zu zitieren:
Max Weber Stiftung (19. November 2014). M. Kiselev and A. Krivoruchko: “‘According to Their Learning and Their Merit’: The Problem of Education in Official Policy and the Press in the Russian Empire in the 1760s” Ideal of Education among the European Nobilities (17th - Early 19th Century). Abgerufen am 18. Juli 2024 von https://doi.org/10.58079/o325


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