Felix Dupanloup (1802-1878), Savoyard priest and afterwards bishop of Orleans, was one of the most important figures of Catholicism in France and Europe during the second half of the Nineteenth century. Author of numerous pedagogic essays, he promoted a new catechetical method, defended the teaching of pagan classics in the school, and fought the battle for the freedom of education. In this field, his commitment concurred to approve in France the Falloux law (1850) and the Reform of higher education (1875). He is also known for the promotion of women's education, so that has been considered one of the most prominent catholic emancipationist. Dupanloup's thought spread throughout Europe, with numerous translations of his essays. He had a considerable influence in Italy as well, where he brought new perspectives in the pedagogical and school debate. The article focuses on the meaning and features of this influence.
|Titolo:||La pedagogia di Félix Dupanloup in Italia|
MARRONE, ANDREA (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Tipologia:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|
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|A. Marrone, La pedagogia di Félix Dupanloup in Italia, in History of Education and Children’s literature, IX, n. 2, 2014, pp. 337-355;.pdf||Articolo||versione editoriale||Open Access Visualizza/Apri|