Journal of History of Education RSE  is an international, peer-reviewed and open-access journal focused on the global significance and impact of history of education. It covers all the theoretical and practical aspects of the history of education, as well as scholarship and applied research. It is the official journal of CIRSE (Italian Center for History of Education), the field’s leading scientific society in Italy, and has been published since 2014 (since 1982 with another title). The journal is biannual and publishes both special and miscellaneous issues. It encourages submissions from a range of intersecting sub-fields in intellectual, social, political, economic, and cultural history including (but not limited to): sociology of knowledge, history of childhood and youth, public and urban history,  cultural and comparative history, history of ideas, history of emotions).


ISSN 2384-8294 (print) ISSN 2532-2818 (online)
Rivista Italiana di Storia dell'Educazione, Registration at Pisa Law Court no. 1407
 
Editors in Chief
Fulvio De Giorgi, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Antonia Criscenti, University of Catania
Gianfranco Bandini, University of Florence

Journal of History of Education RSE is indexed in:

NEW CALL FOR PAPERS:
Not just A, B, C. Education and Development in Southern Italy 1861-1914 (more info)

Current Issue

Vol 8, No 2 (2021): Maria Montessori, her times and our years. History, vitality and perspectives of an innovative pedagogy

Published December 16, 2021

Issue Description

This issue of RSE  aims to propose a critical and historical reflection on the many variables that feature the practical and theoretical achievements of Maria Montessori’s pedagogy and movement from the end of the XIX century to our years, by highlighting the human, professional and cultural relations between her, her thought and some significant institutions, educators and thinkers in Italy and in foreign countries.

Maria Montessori, her theories, her method and her schools have always been at the center of a broad debate that involves both educational elements, and historical, cultural or political aspects.

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