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Orphans and foundlings in early modern Europe

by Brian S. Pullan

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Published by University of Reading in [Reading] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Foundlings -- Europe -- History,
  • Abandoned children -- Europe -- History,
  • Child welfare -- Europe -- History,
  • Orphans -- Europe -- History,
  • Europe -- Social policy.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Brian Pullan.
    SeriesStenton lecture -- 22, 1988
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV847.E8 P8 1989
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28 p. --
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21014812M
    ISBN 100704902192
    OCLC/WorldCa21529493

      Orphans and foundlings in early modern Europe by Brian S. Pullan 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. Subjects. History, Sources, Accessible book, Civilization, Middle Ages, Protected DAISY, Renaissance, Catholic Church, Abandoned. Buy The Unwanted Child: The Fate of Foundlings, Orphans, and Juvenile Criminals in Early Modern Germany Reprint by Joel F. Harrington (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3).

      The first real orphanages in the modern sense were from the 16 th century. Cities and secular organizations began to take a role. This was the start of the modern orphanage, although the living conditions were often terrible and when there were epidemics, famines or war, they were the first to die. Orphanages were s: 2. BOOK REVIEWS The Unwanted Child: The Fate of Foundlings, Orphans, and Juvenile Criminals in Early Modern Germany. By Joel F. Harrington. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press. Pp. xvii 4- , 73 Figures, 2 Tables. Cloth $ ISBN Early modern Europe was a dangerous place for the young; some fifty percent of.

    Annotation. Much of early modern Europe saw increasing numbers of abandoned children, and new institutions designed to care for them. Published notarial documents, such as the two excerpted here, allow a glimpse into the fortunes of individual orphaned children in early modern Europe. Child abandonment is the practice of relinquishing interests and claims over one's offspring in an extralegal way with the intent of never again resuming or reasserting guardianship over them. Typically the phrase is used to describe the physical abandoning of a child, but it can also include severe cases of neglect and emotional abandonment, such as in the case of a parent who fails to offer.


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Genre/Form: History Lectures (form) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pullan, Brian S. Orphans and foundlings in early modern Europe. Berkshire: University of Reading, While the focus of the study is the German city of Nuremberg from the s to the s, the author’s detailed knowledge of early modern Germany and the early modern historiography on related subjects enables him to present an analysis that has relevance to the developments across early modern EuropeCited by: 6.

For northern Europe, Billot is an exception. For early modern Italy, see Philip Gavitt, Charity and Children in Renaissance Florence: The Ospedale degli Innocenti, (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, ); Brian Pullan, Orphans and Foundlings in Early Modern Europe, The Stenton Lecture, (Reading: University of Reading Cited by: 1.

An orphan (from the Greek: ορφανός, romanized: orphanós) is a child whose parents have died, are unknown, or have permanently abandoned them. In common usage, only a child who has lost both parents due to death is called an orphan.

When referring to animals, only the mother's condition is usually relevant (i.e. if the female parent has gone, the offspring is an orphan, regardless of.

One chapter, “Orphans and Foundlings in Early Modern Europe” (pp. 5–28) of Pullan’s important book, explores the major themes pertaining to child abandonment practices in early modern Europe, with a clear explanation of differential treatment of foundlings according to a north–south axis, a divide rooted in distinctly Catholic and.

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Free shipping for many products. Historical research on orphans and foundlings dates to the mid-nineteenth century when large studies of municipal and regional institutions to care for them appeared. Prominent examples include Andrea Buffini's study of the Milan foundling hospital () and Franz Hügel's wide-ranging report on the Austrian empire and many other parts of.

Notable orphans and foundlings include world leaders, celebrated writers, entertainment greats, figures in science and business, as well as innumerable fictional characters in literature and comics. While the exact definition of orphan varies, one legal definition is a child bereft through "death or disappearance of, abandonment or desertion by, or separation or loss from, both parents".

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For northern Europe, Billot is an exception. For early modern Italy, see Philip Gavitt, Charity and Children in Renaissance Florence: The Ospedale degli Innocenti, (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, ); Brian Pullan, Orphans and Foundlings in Early Modern Europe, The Stenton Lecture, (Reading: University of Reading.

High death rates in foundling homes may nonetheless have suppressed some local populations. Pullan, Brian. “Orphans and Foundlings in Early Modern Europe.” In Poverty and Charity: Europe, Italy, Venice, – By Brian Pullan, III: 5– Aldershot, UK: Variorum, E-mail Citation».

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The Unwanted Child: The Fate of Foundlings, Orphans, and Juvenile Criminals in Early Modern Germany Chicago: University of Chicago Press. xvii, $Author: Thomas Max Safley. The baby abandoned on the doorstep is a phenomenon that has virtually disappeared from our experience, but in the early modern world, unwanted children were a very real problem for parents, government officials, and society.

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The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Unwanted Child: The Fate of Foundlings, Orphans, and Juvenile Criminals in Early Modern Germany by Joel F. Harrington at Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : $ The Orphans of Europe. Abandonment is a vague term “referring to both ‘situations in which a child, usually a baby, is abandoned by a parent or caregiver with the obvious intent of creating a permanent separation’ and ‘situations in which a parent places a child in a residential institution without the intention of relinquishing the child permanently’” (Panter-Brick, 2).

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Orphans, foundlings and fostering in literature: a child’s view of belonging Illustration Some of the most loved figures in popular culture are abandoned children or children without parents.Official position: During the s there were thousands of children living on the streets of several major cities.

The children were in search of food, shelter, and money and sold rags, matches, and newspapers just to survive. The children formed gangs for protection because life on the street was dangerous and they were regularly victimized.