Citizenship, Education, and the Family in the British Empire, 1892-1950
Name of Award
Spring 2018 APDC Grant Awardees
Classics, History, International Relations
Dr. Neiwert is a professor in the Department of History and is awarded $5279 to conduct a project International Relations & Classics. This project examines how the Parents’ Union School, a home-school organization popular in Britain between 1892 and 1950, provided a space for women, engaged as teachers, governesses, and mothers to claim their work in these roles as a justification for their citizenship.
Neiwert, Rachel, "Citizenship, Education, and the Family in the British Empire, 1892-1950" (2018). Internal Grant Awards. 210.