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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

Article

Teachers College

Available from: Columbia Spectator Archive

Publication: Columbia Spectator, vol. 55, no. 95

Pages: 3

Americas, Anne E. George - Biographic sources, Montessori movement, North America, United States of America

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Abstract/Notes: "The Kindergarteners will meet at ten in Room 200 where a discussion led by Dr. Wm. P. Montague will be the order of the program. At two o'clock an address on the 'Montessori Method' will be given by Miss Anne E. George. This lecture promises to be especially interesting to the teachers of little ones."

Language: English

Article

Summer School to Open Monday

Available from: NewsBank - San Diego Evening Tribune Historical

Publication: San Diego Evening Tribune (San Diego, California)

Pages: 10

Americas, Maria Montessori - Biographic sources, North America, Panama-California Exposition (1915, San Diego, California), United States of America

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Abstract/Notes: "At the state normal school yesterday the enrollment for the Montessori institute opened and that work will be completed tomorrow under the personal direction of Dottoressa Maria Montessori. There will be about forty little pupils and demonstrations of the work will be given at the summer school at the exposition. The famous Italian educator is being given every assistance in her work here by Dr. Hewett, President Edward L. Hardy of the state normal school, and Superintendent Duncan MacKinnon, of the San Diego public schools. The following is the faculty of the exposition summer school: ... The Montessori institute - Dottoressa Maria Montessori and assistants."

Language: English

Blog Post

Diversity in Public Montessori: It’s Complicated

African American community, African Americans, Americas, Mira C. Debs - Biographic sources, Mira C. Debs - Writings, Montessori schools, North America, Public Montessori, United States of America

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Abstract/Notes: Mira C. Debs, Yale Sociology of Education Ph.D. candidate and founder of Montessori for Social Justice, presented a chapter of her dissertation at the recent 2016 Montessori for Social Justice Conference: Writing the History of Public Montessori. The takeaway? It’s a little more complicated than you might think.

Language: English

Published: Jul 1, 2016

Article

What Belongs in a Montessori Primary Classroom?

Available from: ProQuest

Publication: Montessori Life, vol. 23, no. 3

Pages: 18-32

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Abstract/Notes: There are two major types of Montessori teacher education in the United States: (1) AMI-USA (the American branch of the Association Montessori Internationale, founded by Dr. Montessori to carry on her work); and (2) AMS (American Montessori Society, founded by Nancy Rambusch to represent Montessori in America). This article presents the results from a survey which points out what materials are highly agreed on by teacher educators from both AMI and AMS centers to be necessary and/or desirable in a Montessori Primary classroom. There is a large set of agreed-upon materials across most areas, and with Art and Science/Geography--two areas to which Montessori herself allocated little attention in discussions of the first plane of development. For other areas, when there were divergences, they stemmed from two sources: (1) materials appearing to aim too high or too low (some Math and Language materials, for example, that are for children more advanced or some Practical Life materials that are preliminary to other skills); or (2) divergent opinions as to whether the activity has a clear positive developmental purpose (the tape recorder or fantasy books, for example). (Contains 2 footnotes.)

Language: English

ISSN: 1054-0040

Book Section

Experiments and Expediency, 1910s-1930s

Book Title: I Am Five and I Go To School: Early Years Schooling in New Zealand, 1900-2010

Pages: 75-121

Australasia, Australia and New Zealand, Montessori method of education - Criticism, interpretation, etc., Montessori method of education - History, New Zealand, Oceania

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Abstract/Notes: Includes sections under the headings "Montessori matters" and "Wanganui Central Infant School" which include specific information about Montessori in New Zealand.

Language: English

Published: Dunedin, New Zealand: Otago University Press, 2011

ISBN: 978-1-877372-86-5

Article

L'éducation montessorienne d'un bébé [Montessori education of a baby]

Available from: Bibliothèque Nationale de France (BNF) - Gallica

Publication: La Nouvelle Éducation, no. 137

Pages: 122-129

Hélène Lubienska de Lenval - Writings

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Language: French

ISSN: 2492-3524

Book

La méthode Montessori: esprit et technique

Hélène Lubienska de Lenval - Writings

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Language: French

Published: Paris: Centre d'études Pédagogiques, 1947

Book

La place de Maria Montessori dans l'histoire de la pédagogie

Hélène Lubienska de Lenval - Writings

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Language: French

Published: Paris: [s.n.], 1941

Article

20. Corso internazionale Montessori, Nizza, luglio-settembre 1934

Publication: Opera Montessori: bollettino bimestrale, vol. 2, no. 4

Pages: 39-44

Europe, France, Hélène Lubienska de Lenval - Biographic sources, International Montessori Training Course (20th, Nice, France, 1934), Trainings, Western Europe

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Abstract/Notes: Information on the works that took place in Nice received by the Countess Hélène Lubienska de Lenval passing through Rome; Contains: Elementary course; Average course.

Language: Italian

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