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|Title:||A Discourse on Education: The Renaissance Connection|
|Advisor:||Ferns, John H.|
Silcox, Mary V.
|Abstract:||This project examines modem pedagogy in Ontario in the critical light of traditions established by Renaissance Humanist thinkers on education. From the Renaissance to the present day, the project highlights aspects and theories of education in the nineteenth century, with special emphasis on Mary Shelley's cautionary tale, Frankenstein.|
|Description:||The Subject of this thesis is English/Teaching.|
|Appears in Collections:||Open Access Dissertations and Theses|
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