EDUCATORS AND FEMINISTS BETWEEN SPAIN AND AMERICA. NEW PEDAGOGICAL HORIZONS
The arrival to Spain of feminist women and educators from Boston and the International Institute for Girls in Spain opened a new path for the education of Spanish women.
Meanwhile, a generation of women with solid academic and pedagogical training gathered in Madrid around the pedagogy of the Institución Libre de Enseñanza and the Institute-School.
The meeting between the two represented mutual enrichment, an exchange of experiences and educational methods. These women shared buildings, classes, projects and great wisdom in a Spain that was moving rapidly towards modernity and the incorporation of women into academic activity.
After the war in Spain and the closure of the institutions they directed, the tenacity of some in their internal exile allowed them to safeguard their ideals until democracy. The teaching of exiled educators in America managed to extend their educational ideals to new societies.
This cycle aims to analyze this exchange of ideas as well as make its protagonists known.
Tuesday, October 17, 19 p.m. | International Institute Headquarters
Carmen de la Guardia, UAM
Tuesday, October 24, 19 p.m. | FRMP Headquarters
Isabel Pérez-Villanueva, UNED
Tuesday, November 7, 19 p.m. | International Institute Headquarters
Pilar Piñón, IIE
Tuesday, November 14, 19 p.m. | International Institute Headquarters
Maria Goyri. Regenerationism and pedagogy.
Jon Juaristi, FRMP
Tuesday, November 21, 19 p.m. | International Institute Headquarters
Jimena Menéndez-Pidal, safeguarding a liberal pedagogical tradition.
Elena Gallego, FRMP
Tuesday, November 28, 19 p.m. | FRMP Headquarters
Ángeles Campos. The pedagogical exile. From the Institute-School of Madrid to the Luis Vives Institute of Mexico.
Pilar Dominguez, ULPGC
The conferences will take place at the headquarters of the Ramon Menendez Pidal Foundation or at the International Institute.