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Baker, Bernadette (2005) From the genius of man to the man of genius, part one: A slippery subject. History of Education Review, 34(1), pp. 1-18.

Baker, Bernadette (2005) From the genius of man to the man of genius, part two: Inheriting (ideas about) genius. History of Education Review, 34(2), pp. 78-94.

Brady, Tony James (2016) “Raw, free”, and “almost rude”: Educating warders’ children on St Helena Penal Establishment. History of Education Review, 45(1), pp. 103-114.
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Frawley, Jodi (2000) 'Haunts of the street bully' : social reform and the Queensland children's playground movement. History of Education Review, 29(1), pp. 32-47.

Kendall, Gavin (2001) Normality and Meaningfulnes: Detailing the Child in Eighteenth-Century England. History of Education Review, pp. 26-36.

Meadmore, Peter James (2003) The 'Willing' and the 'Able': A Case Study of Curriculum Reform in the Early 20th Century. History of Education Review, 32(1), pp. 16-33.

Patterson, Annette J. (2002) Installing English at the hub of early twentieth century school curricula in Australia. History of Education Review, 31(2), pp. 45-57.

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