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

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Current Issue

Vol 7, No 2 (2020): Poetry for children. A subtle yet intense voice in the history of children’s literature

Published January 29, 2021

Issue Description

Edited by Milena Bernardi, Sabrina Fava, Martino Negri

La parte monografica del presente numero di RSE – “Poesia per l’infanzia. Una voce sottile eppure intensa nella storia della letteratura per l’infanzia” – presenta i saggi pervenuti in risposta alla call for papers lanciata da Milena Bernardi, Sabrina Fava e Martino Negri nel dicembre del 2019.
La natura dei contributi raccolti ha imposto una chiara organizzazione diacronica dei materiali, con una netta preferenza degli autori per riflessioni sulle forme storiche della relazione tra poesia e infanzia, a testimonianza di una permanente difficoltà di fare i conti con la poesia intesa come forma del dire vitale e radicata nell’esperienza comune, scolastica e non, dei bambini.
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