Olga Solodyankina: “Educational Ideals and Practices in the Sheremetev Family (18th – Early 19th Century)”

Many outstanding figures of Russian history and culture as well as dignified representatives of the Russian nobility belonged to the Sheremetev Family. The family preferred home tutoring for their children. Olga Solodyankina examines sources that give insight into the requirements for tutors, the content of their teaching, their pay and the involvement of the parents.

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Max Weber Stiftung (2014, 21. November). Olga Solodyankina: “Educational Ideals and Practices in the Sheremetev Family (18th – Early 19th Century)” Ideal of Education among the European Nobilities (17th - Early 19th Century). Abgerufen am 20. Juni 2024, von https://doi.org/10.58079/o32o

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