Annie Bruter: “Robe and Sword Nobles in 17th Century France: Two Conflicting Educational Ideals?”

The French nobility of the 17th century can be divided into Sword Nobles and Robe Nobles. Whereas the former were (supposedly) heirs of the heirs of the Cevalerie the latter had bought their titles from the king. In her presentation Annie Bruter points out the similarities and differences in the education of both types of nobilities.

You can find the entire abstract here.

Livestream: I. Educational Strategies – What Kind of Education for What Kind of Nobility?

Chair: Igor Fedyukin

11:30 – 13:00 

  1. PROKOPIEV Andrei (St. Petersburg), Between Confessional and Social Standards: Education of the German Nobility in 16th – 17th Centuries (RUS)
  2. BRUTER Annie (Paris), Robe and Sword Nobles in 17th Century France: Two Conflicting Educational Ideals? (ENG)
  3. KARADY Victor (Budapest), Changing Educational Commitment and Strategies of Noblemen in Late Feudal Hungary (cc. 1760-1848) (ENG)
  4. LEHR Stefan (Münster), L’éducation est le principal objet’. Ideal and Practice of Education in the Noble Families of Princes Golitsyn and Counts Apraxine (1780-1840) (RUS)

 I. Воспитательные стратегии: какое воспитание и для какого дворянства?

Председатель: Игорь Федюкин

  1. ПРОКОПЬЕВ Андрей (С.-Петербург), Между конфессиональным и сословным стандартом: образование немецкого дворянства в XVI – XVII вв. (RUS)
  2. БРЮТЕР Анни (Париж),  Дворянство мантии и шпаги во Франции XVII в.: два идеала воспитания? (ENG)
  3. КАРАДИ Виктор (Будапешт), Изменение отношения к воспитанию и дворянские стратегии в позднефеодальной Венгрии (1760-е – 1848) (ENG)
  4. ЛЕР Штефан (Мюнстер), ‘L’éducation est le principal objet’. Идеал и практика воспитания на примере князей Голицыных и графов Апраксиных (1780-1840) (RUS)