[LMB] Women and education
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Wed Sep 8 15:59:10 BST 2021
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On Wednesday, September 8th, 2021 at 2:18 AM, Elizabeth Holden <alzurite at gmail.com> wrote:
> Mattew (I think) asked;
> > > Was educating Elizabeth I (aka Elizabeth Tudor) a waste of time?
> Tidsel replied:
> > Hardly representative for her time.
> Well no, but doesn't that illustrate a point? "The Elizabeth Age" is also
> called "The Golden Age", and though there are a lot of things about it that
> weren't exactly golden to our eyes, it was a time of prosperity (if not
> peace) for those who lived through it; a time of unprecedented creativity
> in the arts, and of national growth on numerous levels.
Oh I think Elizabeth was great! And also not representative in being such a sensible ruler in many ways..
> It's like a textbook case for the value of giving a woman an education in
> the arts and humanities.
Everyone should have education, men and women, societies run on it. The only thing said is that depending on which time and whose history, education has been hard to come by.
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