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Article

Historiando a Montessori: desde el feminismo y socialismo utópico hacia su compromiso como pionera del holismo [Telling the Montessori story: from feminism and utopic socialism towards her compromise with cosmic education and conscious cultural evolution]

Available from: Universidad de Costa Rica - Portal de Revistas Académicas

Publication: Actualidades Investigativas en Educación, vol. 12, no. 3

Pages: 1-33

, educación global

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Abstract/Notes: El presente ensayo indaga acerca de las raíces de la educación montessoriana, pionera de concepciones holistas. Como resultado, se evidencia que únicamente puede ser abordada desde un paradigma de la complejidad y del compromiso con el destino de la humanidad. Solo una comprensión más amplia de su teleología, antropología y epistemología, nos proporcionará la perspectiva que permita integrar estas dimensiones. Con una introducción que parte de la primera costarricense en poner en práctica su filosofía, la preclara Carmen Lyra, se aborda la multi-texualidad, complejidad y trasdisciplinareidad de Montessori, así como sus contingencias y su época, indagación necesaria para sopesar su necesidad hoy. A search for Montessori’s roots concludes that an authentic Montessori education, pioneer in holistic conceptions, can only be addressed from a paradigm of complexity, a Transdisciplinary perspective, and an attitude of compromise with the destiny of humanity. Only an all-encompassing understanding of her teleology, anthropology, and epistemology will provide a perspective to integrate these dimensions. In relating Montessori’s circumstances and life-experiences, a parallel is made to the challenges faced by the first practicing Montessorian in Costa Rica, Carmen Lyra, educator, writer, activist, and founding-member of the Costa Rican Communist Party. Montessori’s multi-texuality, contingencies and the quotidien are addressed in an effort to outline her relevance today.

Language: Spanish

DOI: 10.15517/aie.v12i3.10298

ISSN: 1409-4703

Book Section

Emancipazione e rigenerazione spirituale: per una nuova lettura del femminismo [Emancipation and spiritual regeneration: for a new reading of feminism]

Book Title: Donne ottimiste: femminismo e associazioni borghesi nell'Otto e Novecento [Optimistic women: feminism and bourgeois associations in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries]

Europe, Feminism, Italy, Southern Europe, Spirituality, Theosophical Society, Theosophy

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Language: Italian

Published: Bologna, Italy: Il Mulino, 2002

ISBN: 978-88-15-08943-4

Series: Saggi , 570

Article

Science, Feminism and Education: The Early Work of Maria Montessori

Available from: Oxford University Press

Publication: History Workshop Journal, vol. 49, no. 1

Pages: 44-67

Feminism, Maria Montessori - Biographic sources

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Language: English

DOI: 10.1093/hwj/2000.49.44

ISSN: 1363-3554

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La Via e l'Orizzonte del Femminismo [The Way and the Horizon of Feminism]

Publication: Cyrano de Bergerac: Rivista Minima di Coltura Moderna, vol. 2, no. 6

Pages: 203-206

Feminism, Maria Montessori - Writings

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Language: Italian

Book

La Giovane Montessori: Dal Femminismo Scientifico alla Scoperta del Bambino [The Young Montessori: From Scientific Feminism to the Discovery of the Child]

Available from: Google Books

Feminism, Maria Montessori - Biographic sources

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Abstract/Notes: Una biografia professionale della giovane dottoressa, che segue il suo percorso di lavoro e lo sviluppo del suo pensiero dopo la laurea in medicina del 1896 fino ai primi anni della sua pedagogia scientifica, concentrandosi intorno al suo forte impegno sociale. [A professional biography of the young doctor, who follows her career path and the development of her thinking after her medical degree in 1896 up to the early years of her scientific pedagogy, focusing on her strong social commitment.]

Language: Italian

Published: Torino, Italy: Il Leone Verde, 2020

ISBN: 978-88-6580-295-3

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Emancipazionismo e femminismo tra le pagine de L’Alleanza (1906-1911) / Emancipationism and feminism in the pages of L’Alleanza (1906-1911)

Available from: Open Edition

Publication: Laboratoire Italien: Politique et Société, vol. 26, no. 26

Pages: Article 6915

Feminism

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Abstract/Notes: Oggetto di analisi del presente saggio sono le annate del settimanale L’Alleanza, fondato a Pavia da Carmela Baricelli, una professoressa di Cremona, che intendeva, tramite il giornale, favorire un’alleanza di genere tra le donne, andando oltre gli schieramenti politici. Grazie alla sua intraprendenza, il giornale ebbe una durata maggiore rispetto a quella di testate analoghe, sorte in quel periodo, riscontrando una discreta diffusione nazionale in quanto si proponeva, a livello ufficiale, quale organo di collegamento tra i diversi comitati pro-suffragio. Come emerge da questa indagine, la rivista si caratterizzò non solo quale importante luogo di confronto fra le donne in merito alle questioni emergenti dell’emancipazionismo del tempo, ma anche come strumento di formazione e di autoformazione delle lettrici, in quanto queste risultavano essere, in molti casi, autrici di articoli, bozzetti, racconti, oltre ad apprendere le regole e le modalità per partecipare a congressi e ad assemblee. Dalle pagine del periodico emerge come un’intera generazione di donne abbia affrontato l’ampio spettro delle tematiche della cosiddetta «questione femminista». E ciò da parte delle esponenti più note (Maria Montessori, Teresa Labriola, Emilia Mariani e altre), come da parte di altre meno note, di cui si conosce assai poco sotto il profilo biografico, ma che hanno comunque offerto un apporto fondamentale al dibattito sorto all’interno della rivista. [This essay examines the annual issues of the weekly magazine L’Alleanza, which was founded in Pavia by Carmela Baricelli, a teacher from Cremona, whose aim was to use the magazine to promote a gender alliance among women, beyond different political parties. Thanks to her resourcefulness and self-initiative, the magazine lasted longer than other similar publications of the time, achieving a good national circulation, as it officially put itself forward as a “liaison body” for the various pro-suffrage committees. As this research points out, L’Alleanza was not only an important forum on which women could discuss the emerging emancipationist issues of the time, but also a training and self-education tool for its readers who, in many cases, wrote articles, short news items and stories, at the same time learning rules and procedures for participating in congresses and assemblies. The pages of the journal reveal how an entire generation of women dealt with the broad spectrum of themes associated with the “Feminist issue”: not only the leading figures of the time (Maria Montessori, Teresa Labriola, Emilia Mariani and others), but also those less well known, about whom we have very little biographical information, but who nevertheless made a fundamental contribution to the debate generated in the journal.]

Language: Italian

DOI: 10.4000/laboratoireitalien.6915

ISSN: 1627-9204, 2117-4970

Master's Thesis

Josefa Toledo de Aguerrí (1866-1962) and the Forgotten History of Nicaraguan Feminism, 1821-1955

Americas, Central America, Josefa Toledo de Aguerrí - Biographic sources, Latin America and the Caribbean, Montessori method of education, Nicaragua

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Language: English

Published: Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1996

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Cronaca del Femminismo [Chronicle of Feminism]

Available from: HathiTrust

Publication: Rivista di Roma: Politica Parlamentare, Sociale, Artistica, vol. 10, no. 14

Pages: 435-437

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Language: Italian

Article

Le Féminisme Italien: Une Entrevue avec Mlle Montessori

Publication: L'Italie

Maria Montessori - Writings

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Language: French

Book Section

Education, Philanthropy and Feminism: Components of Argentine Womanhood, 1860-1926

Book Title: Latin American Woman: Historical Perspectives

Pages: 235-253

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Language: English

Published: Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1978

ISBN: 978-0-313-20309-1 0-313-20309-1

Series: Contributions in Women's Studies , 3

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