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Title Orphans and abandoned children in European history : sixteenth to twentieth centuries / edited by Nicoleta Roman
Imprint Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
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Descript xiv, 285 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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Series Routledge studies in modern European history ; 53
Routledge studies in modern European history ; 53
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Introduction / Nicoleta Roman -- In search of an identity -- Orphaned, abandoned, without a family : the establishment and consequences of the institution of slavery / Alessandro Stella -- Should abandoned children be baptised? the French case, the sixteenth to the early twentieth century / Vincent Gourdon -- Constructing a social identity : state, abandoned children and family in mid-nineteenth-century Bucharest / Nicoleta Roman -- Italian assistance patterns for orphans in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries / Giovanna Da Molina, Angela Carbone and Annamaria Gaetana De Pinto -- What path to follow: education or work? -- Seminario soleti : higher education for abandoned children in Siena in the early modern period (1645-1784) / Tobias Schmidt -- The origin and the network of the Ottoman reform schools (the islahhanes of 1860s-1870s) / Margarita Dobreva -- Children admitted to public care in the basses-alpes department (France) in the late nineteenth century (1874-1904) : modes of training and work placement / Isabelle Grenut -- Play, work and petty crime : children on the streets and public spaces of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Vienna / Maria Papathanassiou -- Life in urban and rural environment -- A foster placement project for abandoned children from Paris in the countryside, 1760-1770 / Isabelle Robin -- The children of the commune : care of abandoned children in early modern Dubrovnik / Rina Kralj-Brassard -- Orphaned children in Bohemian rural society in the first half of the nineteenth century : care, co-residence and inheritance practices / Markéta Skořepová -- Who should be placed in the countryside? changing practices of rural placement for abandoned infants in la Inclusa de Madrid, 1890-1935 / Bárbara A. Revuelta-Eugercios -- Index
Subject Orphans -- Europe -- History
Abandoned children -- Europe -- History
Alt Author Roman, Nicoleta, editor
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