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O’Donnell, Margaret (1983), ‘Harrier Martineau: a popular early economics educator’, Journal of Economic Education, 14(4): 59–64. Pichanick, V. (1980), Harriet Martineau: the Woman and Her Work, Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press. Polkinghorn, B. and D.L. Thomson (1998), Adam Smith’s Daughters, revised edn, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, US: Edward Elgar. Shackleton, J.R. (1990), ‘Jane Marcet and Harriet Martineau: pioneers of economics education’, History of Education, 19: 283–97. Webb, R.K. (1960), Harriet Martineau, a Radical Victorian, London: Heinemann. Webb, R.K. (1987), ‘Harriet Martineau’, in J. Eatwell, M. Milgate and P. Newman (eds), The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics, London: Macmillan. Jean Trepp McKelvey (1908–98) Jean Trepp McKelvey was an innovative teacher–scholar–practitioner of economics, whose commitment to social change and to education inﬂuenced all aspects of her professional life. This interplay between learning, thinking and doing not only led McKelvey to a distinguished career as an economist, but also provides contemporary feminist economists with ideas for reconceiving economic practice and education. Jean Carol Trepp was born on 9 February 1908 in Saint Louis, Missouri, to Samuel and Blanche (Goodman) Trepp. In 1925, she entered Wellesley College, where she majored in economics. While at Wellesley, Trepp received numerous college honours, including the Phi Beta Kappa Sophomore Prize, the New York Times Current Event Prize, a Durant Scholar award and Phi Beta Kappa induction in her junior year. Additionally, Trepp earned Honors in Economics and was awarded the prestigious Hart, Shaffner & Marx Prize for Undergraduate...
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