Historia scholastica 1/2021

Historia scholastica 1/2021

 

  • Iveta Ķestere , Manuel Joaquín Fernández González: Educating the New Soviet Man: Propagated Image and Hidden Resistance in Soviet Latvia
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    DOI 10.15240/tul/006/2021-1-001
  • Markéta Devátá: Teaching of MarxismLeninism in Czechoslovakia 1948–1989
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    DOI 10.15240/tul/006/2021-1-002
  • Soňa Gabzdilová: Ideological Imperative of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia in Activity of Universities in Slovakia (1948–1953)
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    DOI 10.15240/tul/006/2021-1-003
  • Paolo Alfieri: Physical Education for Italian School Children during the Totalitarian Fascist Regime
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    DOI 10.15240/tul/006/2021-1-004
  • Zsuzsanna Polyák , Zoltán András Szabó , András Németh : The Political Religion of Communism in Hungarian Children’s Choir Compositions between 1958–19891
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    DOI 10.15240/tul/006/2021-1-005
  • Snježana Šušnjara: Bosnia and Herzegovina under the Communist Regime: an Outlook on Educational Policy
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    DOI 10.15240/tul/006/2021-1-006
  • Dominika Jagielska: Polish Social Pedagogy in the Stalinist Period (1945–1956)
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    DOI 10.15240/tul/006/2021-1-007
  • Martin Holý: Frühneuzeitliche Bildungsmigration von Kindern und Jugendlichen aus Böhmen und Mähren im 16. und frühen 17. Jahrhundert
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    DOI 10.15240/tul/006/2021-1-008
  • Ingrid Kodelja , Zdenko Kodelja : Totalitarianism and the Violation of Human Rights in Education. The Case of Slovenia
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    DOI 10.15240/tul/006/2021-1-009
  • Katarzyna Wrońska: Philosophical Pedagogy in the Service of Ideology in the Times of the Polish People’s Republic
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    DOI 10.15240/tul/006/2021-1-010
  • Andrej Rajský: They Were “Heroes”. Conceptual and Narrative Analysis of the Figure of a Free Teacher in a Totalitarian Society
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    DOI 10.15240/tul/006/2021-1-011
  • Pádraig Hogan: The Recurring Conquest of Hearts and Minds: Reflections on Totalitarian Currents in Education
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    DOI 10.15240/tul/006/2021-1-012
  • Ivo Cerman: Did the Czechs Want the Holocaust? On a Modern History of the Jews in the Bohemian Lands
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    DOI 10.15240/tul/006/2021-1-013
  • Andreas Lischewski: Johann Amos Comenius und Deutschland. Grundzüge einer Rezeptionsgeschichte nach 1945
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    DOI 10.15240/tul/006/2021-1-014

 

 

 

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