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HECL XIV / 1 2019

History of Education & Children's Literature
a. XIV / 1 2019
Half-yearly journal / Rivista semestrale

47,60 €

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56,00 €

Sezione monografica

Introduction

Juri Meda, Luigiaurelio Pomante, Marta Brunelli, Memories and public celebrations of education in contemporary times. Presentation, pp. 11-21

Place of memory

Juri Meda, The Sites of School Memory in Italy between memory and oblivion: a first approach, pp. 25-47.

Marta Brunelli, Non-places of school memory. First reflections on the forgotten places of education as generators of collective school memory: between Oral history, Public history and Digital history, pp. 49-72.

Joaquim Pintassilgo, Alda Namora de Andrade, Different schools as places of memory: the case of Cooperativa A Torre (1970-present days), pp. 73-90.

Francesca Davida Pizzigoni, The Beckwith school-museums as a place of memory, pp. 91-107.

Neslihan Kansu-Yetkiner, Politics of collective memory in education: Atatürk corners in Turkish schools, pp. 109-125.

Aleksandra Maksimovic, Jovana Milutinovic, The School Museum as a tool for building a bridge between the national and European cultural heritage in Vojvodina: a case study of the Serbian Orthodox Gymnasium in Novi Sad (1810-1918), pp. 127-144.

Claudemir de Quadros, Forging a new homeland: the unique experience of brizoletas in Rio Grande do Sul/Brazil in the second half of the 20th century, pp. 145-161.

Tony Honorato, Ana Clara Bortoleto Nery, The normal school of Piracicaba as a memory place of the republican regime in Brazil, pp. 163-182.

Politics of memory

Alberto Barausse, Ricambiare l’amore che portano all’educazione…. Public memory and awards of honour of public education in Italy from the Unification to the end of the 19th Century (1861-1898), pp. 185-205.

Maria Cristina Morandini, Medals and diplomas of merit for teachers: the Premio Bottero award in Turin (1891-1918), pp. 207-222.

Chiara Venturelli, A stone on the wall. Collective and public memory of an eclectic primary school teacher, pp. 223-237.

Gianluca Gabrielli, Carla Carpigiani, Renewing the ties of one century of history: an experiment of citizen history on the occasion of the Centenary of the Fortuzzi school, pp. 239-257.

Funeral memories

Joakim Landahl, Annika Ullman, The politics of immortality: the funeral of an education minister and teacher unionist, pp. 261-278.

Mirella D’Ascenzo, Remembering teachers and headmasters. Funeral memories as source in history of education between nation building and collective memory, pp. 279-294.

Vučina Zorić, Funeral memories as a form of promotion of the value system and contributions of important protagonists in the area of development of education in Montenegro, pp. 295-314.

Invention of educational tradition

Luigiaurelio Pomante, The invention of tradition in the Italian University during the Fascist period (1922-1943), pp. 317-332.

Sara Ramos Zamora, Teresa Rabazas Romero, The invention of the educational tradition in religious Madrid elite schools. Identity and distinction of the private school culture during Franco’s dictatorship, pp. 333-358.

Alla Salnikova, Svetlana Malysheva, Lenin has studied here: a case study of the invention of the Soviet University revolutionary myth, pp. 359-378.

Luana Salvarani, The invention of the Common School tradition. Early American educational historiography and the building of a long-standing narrative, pp. 379-394.

Essays and Researches

Saggi e Ricerche

Özgür Yıldız, Syrian protestant college in American missionary archives (1887-1902), pp. 397-419.

Elena Fernández Gómez, Transformando el jardín en escuela. Las escrituras expuestas en las Escuelas del Ave-María del Padre Manjón, pp. 421-447.

Imre Garai, András Németh, Changes in and challenges of the secondary teacher training system in Budapest during the Great War and the period immediately following it, pp. 449-464.

Chengcheng You, The cultural poetics of anthropomorphism: rereading a chinese fable, pp. 465-483.

Haifeng Hui, Yuan Tan, Beyond the initial aim of literary adaptation for children: stylistic and narrative changes and their Byproducts in the Penguin readers edition of Gulliver’s Travels, pp. 485-498.

Eva Vitezova, Jana Waldnerova, Brief history of Slovak children’s literature until 1960, pp. 499-512.

Tetiana Kochubei, Olha Melnykova, Educational-and-cultural processes in Ukraine in XVIIth Century: european tendencies, pp. 513-533.

Javier Laspalas, Un tratado de educacion cosmopolita: las Cartas de Lord Chesterfield a su hijo, pp. 535-556.

Manuel Ferraz Lorenzo, El concepto curricular de consumo durante el tardofranquismo y la transicion democratica en Espana (1969-1982), pp. 557-575.

Noemi Cinelli, !Estudiosa juventud! Elevad vuestra mente ácia la nobleza del arte!. The tradition of the artistic education in Chile in the Speech from Alessandro Ciccarelli (19th century), pp. 577-589.

Sofia Montecchiani, Il secolo dei trovatelli e il brefotrofio di Osimo. Un modello di istituto assistenziale tra fede e diplomazia nelle Marche dell’Ottocento, pp. 591-624.

Marco Severini, There is no story without its heroes. Ten women and the right to vote in Italy in 1906, pp. 625-640.

Michel Ostenc, Les organisations de jeunesse fascistes dans l’Italie mussolinienne (1926-1943). L’Opera Nazionale Balilla (O.N.B.) et la Gioventù Italiana del Littorio (G.I.L.). Première partie, pp. 641-675.

Sources and Documents

Fonti e documenti

Carmela Covato, L’educazione delle donne nell’Italia post-unitaria. Una autorevole discussione a più voci della fine degli anni Ottanta, pp. 679-713.

Critical Reviews and Bibliography

Rassegne critiche, Discussioni, Recensioni

Critical Reviews / Rassegne critiche

Ilaria Mattioni, Luana Salvarani, Katarzyna Biernacka-Licznar, Nuove piste di ricerca per la storia della letteratura per l’infanzia: a proposito di un recente volume, pp. 719-731.

Michel Ostenc, Gwenola Spataro, Giuseppe Bottai et l’Université italienne: un projet de reforme de audacieux, pp. 733-738.

Giorgio Chiosso, Qualche segnalazione sull’attuale produzione storico-educativa, pp. 739-751.

Luigiaurelio Pomante, La scuola elementare italiana e il Sessantotto. Alcune riflessioni storiografiche, pp. 753-761.

Forum / Discussioni

Diana Gonçalves Vidal, Cultura materiale della scuola e scolarizzazione, pp. 765-778.

Diego Corrochano, Alejandro Gómez-Gonçalves, Beatriz Sánchez-Barbero, Elena Martín-Pastor, Field trips and other teaching resources in natural and social sciences: educational implications from past experiences in Spanish primary schools, pp. 779-798.

Lucia Paciaroni, School archives: a resource for historical-educational research and schools, pp. 799-807.

Notices / Recensioni

Mirella D’Ascenzo, Per una storia delle scuole all’aperto in Italia (F. Targhetta), pp. 811-813.

Sabine Reh, Denise Wilde (Hrsg.), Die Materialität des Schreiben-und Lesenlernens. Zur Geschichte schulischer Unterwei sungspraktiken seit der Mitte des 18. Jahrhunderts (M. Vogt, A. Floth), pp.813-816.

Agustin Escolano Benito, Emociones & Educación. La construcción de la educació emocional (M. D’Ascenzo), pp. 816-817.

Scientific News and Activities of Research Centres

Cronache scientifiche e Attività degli istituti di ricerca

Chiara Meta, L’Archivio Mario Alighiero Manacorda: una recente acquisizione del Museo della Scuola e dell’Educazione Mauro Laeng, pp. 821-841.

Mirella D’Ascenzo, Patrimonio storico educativo in vetrina. Appunti su una recente mostra sulle scuole all’aperto tra passato e futuro, pp. 843-859.

International Referees’ Committee (2019), p. 861

  • Codice ISBN 978-88-6056-614-0
  • Codice ISSN (print) 1971-1093
  • Codice ISSN (on line) 1971-1131
  • Numero pagine 859
  • Formato 17x24
  • Anno 2019
  • Editore © 2019 eum edizioni università di macerata
  • The Journal web site: http://www.hecl.it

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