By Dorothy G. Rogers
The yankee idealist stream all started in St. Louis, Missouri in 1858, changing into extra influential as ladies joined and inspired its improvement. Susan Elizabeth Blow was once renowned as an educator and pedagogical theorist who based the 1st public kindergarten application in the USA (1873-1884). Anna C. Brackett was once a feminist and pedagogical theorist and the 1st lady critical of a secondary tuition (St. Louis general institution, 1863-72). Grace C. Bibb used to be a feminist literary critic and the 1st girl dean on the collage of Missouri, Columbia (1878-84). American idealism took on a brand new shape within the Eighteen Eighties with the founding of the harmony tuition of Philosophy in Massachusetts. Ellen M. Mitchell participated within the circulate in either St. Louis and harmony. She was once one of many first ladies to coach philosophy at a co-educational collage (University of Denver, 1890-92). Lucia Ames Mead, Marietta Kies, and Eliza Sunderland joined the circulation in harmony. Lucia Ames Mead turned a prime pacifist theorist within the early 20th century. Kies and Sunderland have been one of the first ladies to earn the Ph.D. in philosophy (University of Michigan, 1891, 1892). Kies wrote on political altruism and shared with Mitchell the excellence of training at a coeducational establishment (Butler university, 1896-99). those have been the 1st American girls as a bunch to plunge into philosophy right, bridging these years among the beginner, paraprofessional educational thinker. Dorothy Rogers's new ebook eventually offers them the eye they deserve.
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When Soldan then assumed leadership of the school, he instituted many of the changes that Brackett objected to. Interestingly, Grace Bibb's relationship with Brackett was unharmed by these events. Davidson and Soldan were also fairly close. In letters to Harris, Soldan expresses a great deal of concern for Davidson, the "wandering scholar" of the St. Louis movement. Probably this was partly due to their very different approaches to life and work. Soldan had a slow but steady and methodical approach to his work while Davidson was often brilliant and inspired but sporadic in his performance.
Louis circle was a feminist-friendly group. Although Mitchell and Bibb did not publish as extensively as Blow and Brackett did, they do have relevance to the overall focus of the St. Louis movement. Therefore one chapter is devoted to the two of them together. Eliza Sunderland became associated with the idealist movement in the late 1880s, after central figures in the group had left St. Louis and when JSP was on the wane. Sunderland lived and worked in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where her husband was a Unitarian minister on the University of Michigan campus.
Harris was decidedly on the "culture studies" side of the debate, while another St. Louis figure, Horace H. Morgan, was on the special training side. Soldan deftly played the middle, noting that extremes in either case could do little more than cause harm to the student. He did his best to integrate the two while principal of the St. Louis normal school. After Anna Brackett left St. Louis, Soldan became principal of the normal school and Grace Bibb became the assistant principal. Bibb and Soldan worked well together and continued their association after she left St.