Δευτέρα, 21 Δεκεμβρίου 2009

Paedagogica Historica

Paedagogica Historica

Vol.45, n°6, décembre 2009



* “Empires overseas” and “empires at home”: postcolonial and transnational perspectives on social change in the history of education, Joyce Goodman, Gary McCulloch, William Richardson
* Belgian images of the psycho-pedagogical potential of the Congolese during the Colonial Era, 1908-1960, Marc Depaepe
* Learning abroad: the colonial educational experiment in India, 1813-1919, Tim Allender
* Towards Ladyland: Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain and the movement for women's education in Bengal, c. 1900-c. 1932, Barnita Bagchi
* Indigenous resistance and racist schooling on the borders of empires: Coast Salish cultural survival, Michael Marker
* Education, empire and social change in nineteenth century England, Ruth Watts
* Colonialism, education and social change in the British Empire: the cases of Australia, Papua New Guinea and Ireland, Tom O'Donoghue
* Immigrants and ethnic minorities in the history of education, Kevin Myers
* Empires overseas and empires at home, Antonio Novoa
* La mision politica de la escuela publica. Formar a los ciudadanos de la republica (1870-1916), Marcelo Caruso
* Witnesses of war: children's lives under the Nazis, Lisa Pine
* Vernunft und Menschlichkeit. Studien zur philanthropischen Erziehungsbewegung, Christine Mayer
* Fare storia in rete. Fonti e modelli di scrittura digitale per la storia dell'educazione, la storia moderna e la storia contemporanea, Michel Ostenc
* Educating women: schooling and identity in England and France, 1800-1867, Linda Clark


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