Rivista di Storia dell’Educazione https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse <p><strong>Journal of History of Education&nbsp;<em>RSE&nbsp;</em></strong><em>&nbsp;</em>is an international, peer-reviewed and open-access&nbsp;<em>journal</em>&nbsp;focused on the global significance and impact of&nbsp;<em>history of education</em>. It covers all the theoretical and practical aspects of the&nbsp;<em>history of education,</em>&nbsp;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).</p> <p>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, &nbsp;cultural and comparative history, history of ideas, history of emotions.</p> en-US <ul> <li class="show">Copyright on any open access article in RSE published by FUP is retained by the author(s).</li> <li class="show">Authors grant FUP a license to publish the article and identify itself as the original publisher.</li> <li class="show">Authors also grant any third party the right to use the article freely as long as its integrity is maintained and its original authors, citation details and publisher are identified.</li> <li class="show">The <a class="is-external" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0</a> formalizes these and other terms and conditions of publishing articles.</li> <li class="show">In accordance with our Open Data policy, the <a class="is-external" href="http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Public Domain Dedication waiver</a>applies to all published data in RSE open access articles.</li> </ul> <h4>&nbsp;</h4> pietro.causarano@unifi.it (Pietro Causarano) alessandro.pierno@unifi.it (Alessandro Pierno) Tue, 12 Jul 2022 08:35:34 +0000 OJS 3.1.2.4 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Not just A, B, C. Education and Development in Southern Italy (1861-1914) https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/13247 <p>The difference between the regions of northern and southern Italy has always been the subject of debate and scholarly reflection. The focus of this monographic issue, within the context of PRIN 2017 "Education and development in southern Italy (1861-1914)", aims to update the historiographical discussion on key aspects of the evolution of education and training in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and to study the problems that the “Mezzogiorno” faced especially with regard to the formation of human capital.</p> Fabio Pruneri, Stefano Lentini, Brunella Serpe, Caterina Sindoni Copyright (c) 2022 Fabio Pruneri, Stefano Lentini, Brunella Serpe, Caterina Sindoni https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/13247 Sat, 11 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0000 The «tortuous path» of literacy in post-unitary Sardinia. The case of primary education in the province of Cagliari through the quantitative analysis of the statistics offered by the R. School Inspector Giovanni Scrivante (1861-1864) https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12506 <p class="p1">The essay reconstructs the state of primary education in the province of Cagliari, including, the districts of Oristano, Iglesias, Lanusei and the capital, in the aftermath of the Unification of Italy. The analysis starts from the years 1861-1864, through a comparison with primary education statistics in the school year 1853-1854, when the Island was still part of the Regnum Sardiniae, exactly one lustre before the approval of the Casati Law. This comparison, in the largest and most populous province of Sardinia (13,415.22 sq. km. and 372,097 inhabitants at the 1861 census), is made through the study, re-presentation and re-elaboration of the statistical summaries presented and published by the Timon Typography of Cagliari in 1864 at the behest of the Royal School Inspector ff. di Provveditore, Giovanni Scrivante, who made use not only of his work for the years 1863 and 1864, but also of the work on the initiation and dissemination of elementary schools, carried out by his predecessor, Cav. Alberto De Gioannis, in the two-year period 1861-1862. The article addresses the status and diffusion of public and private elementary schools for both boys and girls, as well as mixed schools and evening and holiday schools for adults.</p> <p>The essay reconstructs the state of primary education in the province of Cagliari, in the aftermath of the Unification of Italy. The analysis starts from the years 1861-1864, through a comparison with primary education statistics in the school year 1853-1854. This comparison, in the largest and most populous province of Sardinia, is made through the study, re-presentation and re-elaboration of the statistical summaries presented and published in 1864 by the School Inspector Giovanni Scrivante.</p> Manuela Garau Copyright (c) 2022 Manuela Garau https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12506 Wed, 08 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Teachers and gyms at the beginnings of gymnastics in Southern Italian schools. The 1864 survey https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12165 <p class="p1">This paper presents an analysis of gyms and gymnastics teachers in Southern Italy in the 1860s based on the survey conducted by the Ministry of education in 1864. On the background of national and international literature, the research aims to explore the gyms’ material conditions and the forms of teachers’ education and training. It argues that both poor equipment and low-level training affected the teaching practices of the first generation of gymnastics teachers. The paper contributes to a better understanding of regional and local features of the process of nation-building after the Unification (D’Ascenzo 2013).</p> Domenico Francesco Antonio Elia Copyright (c) 2022 Domenico Francesco Antonio Elia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12165 Wed, 08 Jun 2022 14:54:11 +0000 Open Competitive Exams for Teachers in Oristano between Competence Conflicts and Candidate Evaluation (1866-1913) https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12415 <p class="p1">The article aims to analyze the recruitment practices for the election of the elementary teachers in Oristano between 1866 and 1913. The research is based on a large documentary investigation that started from f the Municipal and State Archives of Oristano in a first stage, and then continued in the State Archives of Cagliari and Sassari to deepen the careers of the teachers involved. The recruitment sessions held after 1908 are the real focus of the article. These are the subject of numerous appeals that highlight the dynamics of the relationship, often conflictual, between the teachers, the municipality and the institutions ruling the school in a period when, in Italy, is discussed the transition of the primary school administration from the municipalities to the State. What is observed in such a local and decentralized reality, then, finds its confirmation also in the wider national debate.</p> Federico Piseri Copyright (c) 2022 Federico Piseri https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12415 Wed, 08 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Radiography of an educational institution: the Normal School of Cosenza from birth to the Great War https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12521 <p class="p1">The article reconstructs the history of the Scuola Normale of Cosenza from its birth, after the constitution of the Kingdom of Italy, until the eve of the Great War. In more than half a century the School, despite its logistical, economic and organizational difficulties, has played an important role in the training of teachers who have contributed to the dissemination of education and the growth, not free from contradictions and limits, of Calabrian and Southern society.</p> Nicola Trebisacce Copyright (c) 2022 Nicola Trebisacce https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12521 Wed, 08 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0000 The beginnings of the “Bernardino Telesio” high school and the promotion of the modernisation process in the province of Cosenza area (1861-1865). Keys to reading the archive documents https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12476 <p class="p1">Following 1861, the Cosenza High School became a point of reference in the province for an entire generation of young people. The priority task of this institution, which boasted a solid and interesting tradition, was to promote teaching of classical studies and literature but, being able to count on the value of personalities of certain importance among teachers such as the presbyter Vincenzo Padula, founder of “Il Bruzio, Political-Literary Newspaper”, and Vincenzo Dorsa, a well-known scholar of Arbereshe origin, requests for modernization and social and cultural growth came out of the classrooms and involved the entire social context. In the light of the most accredited methodological achievements from the research sector, the contribution takes into consideration some documents that are part of the “Heritage” of the Library of the Bernardino Telesio Classical High School and the 115 issues of “Il Bruzio, Political-Literary Newspaper”, kept at the Civic Library of Cosenza, which offer many ideas for investigating the social and cultural impact of the institution on the territory.</p> Fabio Stizzo Copyright (c) 2022 Fabio Stizzo https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12476 Wed, 08 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0000 “Francesca Capece” Gymnasium High School in Maglie: didactics, examinations, merits and demerits of the students. Research paths (1883-1886) https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12464 <p class="p1"><span class="s1">The proposed contribution is part of a wide-ranging research project which proposes a historical-educational reconstruction of the activities of the Liceo-Ginnasio “Francesca Capece” in Maglie, an institute founded by the will and legacy of the Maglie Duchess of the same name, whose intentions and decisions have reached us through the testimony of Alessandro De Donno who, who, in his Memoirs on the origin and events of the “Pio Istituto scolastico Capece di Maglie”, reconstructed the dynamics and events that led to the foundation of the Institute, initially through the Society of Jesus and subsequently to the municipal authorities of Maglie. The birth of the Institute was sanctioned by Royal Decree no. 2094 of 20 January 1851 which authorised ‘the establishment of a Jesuit House in the municipality of Maglie for the education and instruction of youth’ (Royal Decree of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies no. 2094 of 20 January 1851).<span class="Apple-converted-space">&nbsp;</span></span></p> Anna Maria Colaci Copyright (c) 2022 Anna Maria Colaci https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12464 Wed, 08 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Go home Erpinotto! Propagandistic booklets reserved for young people and children in the Italy of the Marshall Plan https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12265 <p class="p1">The article deals with the cultural propaganda programme implemented by the United States in Italy during the years of the Marshall Plan, with particular attention to publications and brochures aimed at young people, children and students, who were considered a target group for the objectives of Usis (United States Information Service) and the Information Division of the Eca (Economic Cooperation Administration). Taking into consideration the contents of atlases, comics, games and shows envisaged by the American mission and by operation “Bambi”, the research highlights the messages of growth, modernisation and productivity that were typical of the <em>American way of life</em>, also highlighting how much the economic development and aid programme for the populations was an integral part of the American policy of containing and fighting Communism.</p> Monica Dati Copyright (c) 2022 Monica Dati https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12265 Wed, 08 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0000 P. Alfieri, La scuola elementare e l’educazione fisica nell’Italia liberale (1888-1923) https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12960 Daria Gabusi Copyright (c) 2022 Daria Gabusi https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12960 Wed, 08 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Tommaso Petrucciani, Per una più mite servitù. Protezione degli animali e civilizzazione degli italiani (1800-1913) https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12949 Carmen Betti Copyright (c) 2022 Carmen Betti https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12949 Wed, 08 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0000 M. Aglieri (a cura di), Per una cultura dell’educazione. Antologia degli scritti di Cesare Scurati sulla rivista «Vita e Pensiero» https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12756 Evelina Scaglia Copyright (c) 2022 Evelina Scaglia https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/12756 Wed, 08 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Referees 2019-2021 https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/13263 <p>Elenco referees RSE per il triennio 2019-2021</p> Copyright (c) 2022 Pietro Causarano https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://rivistadistoriadelleducazione.it/index.php/rse/article/view/13263 Tue, 14 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0000