- Title Pages
- 1 The <i>Ancien Régime</i>
- 2 Enlightened Reform
- 3 France from the Enlightenment to the Napoleonic University
- 4 Germany and the Humboldtian Model
- 5 Students, Professors, and Politics
- 6 Universities, Religion, and the Liberal State
- 7 Curriculum and Culture
- 8 Enrolments and Social Patterns
- 9 The Formation of Elites
- 10 Germany: Academic Golden Age
- 11 Germany: Political Tensions
- 12 France
- 13 The British Isles
- 14 Italy and Spain
- 15 Habsburg and other Nationalisms
- 16 Russia
- 17 Women and Universities
- 18 Student Communities and student politics
- 19 Mission to the People?
- 20 Conclusion: European Universities in 1914
- (p.1) Introduction
- European Universities from the Enlightenment to 1914
R. D. Anderson
- Oxford University Press
This introductory chapter places the book in the context of recent scholarly work in university history, and outlines its structure. It argues that the years around 1870 were an important turning point.
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