Παρασκευή, 26 Ιουλίου 2013

Paedagogica Historica

Paedagogica Historica


  Vol.49, n°4, août 2013

  Catholic teaching congregations and synthetic configurations: building identity through pedagogy and spirituality across national boundaries and cultures

  • Catholic teaching congregations and synthetic configurations: building identity through pedagogy and spirituality across national boundaries and cultures, Rosa Bruno-Jofré
  • Adaptation and professionalisation: challenges for teaching sisters in a pluralistic nineteenth-century America, Margaret Susan Thompson
  • The Missionary Oblate Sisters of the Sacred Heart and Mary Immaculate (MO) and the Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions (RNDM): the intersection of education, spirituality, the politics of life, faith and language in the Canadian prairies, 1898–1930, Rosa Bruno-Jofré
  • “To the very antipodes”: nineteenth-century Dominican Sister-teachers in Ireland and New Zealand, Jenny Collins
  • ‘Je suis d’aucune Nation’: the recruitment and identity of Irish women religious in the international mission field, c. 1840–1940, Deirdre Raftery
  • Mission and history: the Sisters of the Assumption and Japanese Students in Canada during World War II, Jacqueline Gresko
  • Gender, religion and higher education: a century of Catholic women at the University of St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto, Elizabeth Smyth Sciences HumainesOpenURL Institut D'asie Oreientale Iao
  • Tradition and modernity of the De La Salle Schools: the case of the Basque Country in Franco’s Spain (1937–1975), Paulí Dávila, Luis M. Naya & Hilario Murua
  • Jesuit psychagogies: an approach to the relations of schooling and casuistry, Carlos Martínez Valle
  • An analysis of recruitment literature used by orders of Catholic religious teaching brothers in Australia, 1930 to 1960: a social semiotic analysis, Anne Chapman & Tom O’Donoghue
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