Julie-Victoire Daubié

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Julie-Victoire Daubié

Julie-Victoire Daubié (26 March 1824 in Bains-les-Bains – 26 August 1874 in Fontenoy-le-Château) was a French journalist. She was the first woman to have graduated from a French university when she obtained a bachelor's degree in Lyon in 1861.

Josephine Butler translates in English a part of Julie-Victoire Daubié's books.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ French morality, under the regulation system, ed. Trübner, London, 1870.

Sources[edit]

  • Véronique André-Durupt, Julie-Victoire Daubié la première bachelier, Amis du Vieux Fontenoy, Epinal, 2011.
  • Raymonde Albertine Bulger Lettres à Julie-Victoire Daubié, New York, Peter Lang, ed. 1992
  • Raymonde Albertine Bulger « Les démarches et l'exploit de Julie-Victoire Daubié première bachelière de France », The French Review (États-Unis), décembre 1997
  • James F. Mcmillan, France and Women 1789-1914: Gender, Society and Politics, ed. Routledge, London, New York,2000.
  • The Riverside Dictionary of Biography: A Comprehensive Reference Covering 10,000 of the World's Most Important People, From Ancient Times To The Present Day, ed. Houghton Mifflin, Boston New York, 2005.
  • Rebecca Rogers, From the Salon to the Schoolroom: Educating Bourgeois Girls in Nineteenth-Century France, ed. Penn State Press, 2005
  • Théodore Stanton The Woman Question in Europe, New York, 1884