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Julie-Victoire Daubié
Julie-Victoire Daubié
(26 March 1824 in Bains-les-Bains
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
Lyon
in 1861. Josephine Butler
Josephine Butler
translated in English a part of Julie-Victoire Daubié's books.[1] References[edit]

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

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Véronique André-Durupt, Julie-Victoire Daubié
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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
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

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