Insegnare ad essere italiani. I corsi per i maestri delle nuove province d’Italia, 1917-1921
During the summer of 1919 the Secretary for Civil Affairs of the Army Headquarters organized six courses for the teachers from Trentino and Julian March, which had a declared cultural and propagandistic purpose. The courses, which lasted one month, were directed by some of the most important educational philosophers of that time: Guido Della Valle, Giovanni Gentile, Giuseppe Lombardo-Radice, Giuseppe Tarozzi, Erminio Troilo and Giovanni Vidari. Studying the programs, themes, and how these courses were organized offers a useful perspective from which to understand what the Italian political expectations after the Great War were, as well as the emergence of the new actualist and idealist positions in philosophy. In this context, the personality of Luigi Credaro, at that time in Trento as general civil commissary of theVenezia Tridentina, stands out.
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Andrea Dessardo, “Insegnare ad essere italiani. I corsi per i maestri delle nuove province d’Italia, 1917-1921” in: “Qualestoria. Rivista di storia contemporanea. Anno XLI, N.ro 1, giugno 2013”, EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste,Trieste, 2013, pp. 06-22
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