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Lettres a Julie Victoire Daubie (1824-1874): La Premiere Bacheliere De France Et Son Temps

Lettres a Julie Victoire Daubie (1824-1874): La Premiere Bacheliere De France Et Son Temps (Hardback)

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Celebre par son premier prix a l'Academie de Lyon pour La femme pauvre par une femme pauvre en 1858, Julie Victoire Daubie (1824-1874) revolutionne les traditions universitaires en devenant la premiere femme bachelier de France a trente-sept ans, et la premiere licenciee es lettres a quarante-sept. Sa correspondance avec les grandes figures academiques, politiques, economistes, saint-simoniennes et republicaines sous le Second Empire et au debut de la Troisieme Republique, son role premature pour le suffrage des femmes veuves et des filles majeures, nous revelent une Vosgienne dont la reflexion et l'action sont celles d'une pionniere du feminisme avant la lettre.

L'auteur: Raymonde Albertine Bulger est professeur de Francais a Graceland, Lamoni, Iowa. Citoyenne des Etats-Unis d'Amerique, elle est nee a Lyon, France, ou elle fut elevee. Apres une licence de pedagogie a l'Universite du Dakota du Nord, elle obtient une maitrise et un doctorat en langues modernes a l'ecole francaise de Middlebury, Vermont. Elle a publie nombre d'articles dans les journaux professionnels des Etats-Unis et participe a des colloques internationaux.

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