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Pestalozzi and the Educationalization of the World,9781137371829

Pestalozzi and the Educationalization of the World

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Format: Hardcover
Pub. Date: 9/9/2013
Publisher(s): Palgrave Pivot
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Summary

Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi (1746-1827) transformed education theory and practice throughout the world. In this masterful work, Daniel Tröhler shows how Pestalozzi's work and influence should be understood as part of the larger "educationalization of the world" at the end of the eighteenth and the beginning of the nineteenth century, just as republican ideas and movements were sweeping through Europe. Tröhler deftly connects Pestalozzi's work to the social problems and concerns of the time, which were beginning to be understood as educational problems and treated with educational remedies. Based on new research and sources, including the recent publication of some 2,500 letters sent to Pestalozzi, this work reconstructs Pestalozzi's passive and active role in the making of the educationalized world, first in Europe and then overseas.

Author Biography

Daniel Tröhler is Professor in Educational Sciences and Director of the Languages, Culture, Media and Identities research unit at the University of Luxembourg, where he also serves as the Director of the Doctoral School in Educational Sciences. His latest book, Languages of Education: Protestant Legacies, National Identities, and Global Aspirations was awarded AERA Outstanding Book of the Year Award in 2012.

Table of Contents

1. The Educationalization of Social Problems Around 1800
2. Zurich Around 1750: Economic and Cultural Boom and Revolutionary Activities
3. The Development and Early Fate of a Republican Revolutionary
4. The Christian Republic, Enlightenment, and Coercive Education
5. The American and the French Republics, German Idealism, and the Principle of Inwardness
6. The Helvetic Republic and the Discovery of 'the Method'
7. Propaganda and Institutional Success
8. European Demands for New Education: Political, National, Private
9. Pestalozzi's Charisma, a Guarantee of Success and a Problem
10. Public Critique, Restoration, Pestalozzi's Lonesome End, and the Beginning of Modern Mass Education
11. The Educationalized World and the Internationalization of the Cult of Pestalozzi
12. Pestalozzi, or an Ambiguous Legacy in Education

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