Oliver Hadingham of Waseda University, Japan, examines the reforms the medieval universities of Oxford and Cambridge underwent during the nineteenth century and questions whether the two institutions can shake off their elitist reputation.
One hundred years on, how are we commemorating the First World War? An examination of the political, economical and social implications of the 1914-1918 conflict.
Oliver Hadingham of Waseda University, Japan, discusses the reform and growth of the English public school system in the nineteenth century and the forces that drove its change during this period.
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