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Anarquismo español y educación

Spanish anarchism and education
[journal article]

Ovejero Bernal, Anastasio

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Abstract The article analyzes the processes by which Spanish anarchists, active in the 1930s, worked in hundreds of villages to establish anarchist education, with the goal of raising a generation that would bring about radical changes in society. This period was especially favorable for anarchism in Spain, with the flourishing of communes where anarchist education could take shape. These activists, motivated by their dedication to social revolution, were well aware of the relationship between new paradigms in education & the desired political transformation. The educational model they created was fraternal, cooperative, & free. The educational ideals of the Spanish anarchists were matched by their cultural ideals, which they were intent on passing on to future generations. The article argues that the Spanish anarchist movement, when compared to other sociopolitical movements of the era, was virtually unique in its efforts in the field of education.
Classification Sociology of Education; Social History, Historical Social Research
Free Keywords Anarchism; Spain; Educational Reform; Social Movements
Document language Spanish
Publication Year 2005
Page/Pages p. 145-158
Journal Athenea Digital: Revista de Pensamiento e Investigacion Social (2005) 8
Status Published Version; reviewed
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications