First published in 1968, An Introduction to the History of Education in Modern Egypt collects all available sources, Eastern and Western, printed and manuscript, in order to give as full an account as possible of all the education reforms undertaken in Egypt. It covers topics including the penetration of Western culture in Egypt, Abbas 1, Muhammad Sa’id and The Reign of Isma’il Pasha.
Preface. 1. An Introduction to the Study of Education and Arabic Literature in the Eighteenth Century (1700-1798). 2. Education and the Penetration of Western Culture in Egypt from 1798 to 1848. 3. Abbas I (1849 - 1854). 4. Muhammad Sa'id (1854 - 1863). 5. The Reign of Isma'il Pasha (1863 - 1879). 6. Taufik Pasha and the British Occupation (1879 - 1883).
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