En la senda de la Modernidad. Un siglo de educación en Chihuahua 1767–1867
Publisher: El colegio de Michoacan
2 volumes: 371 pages with map, tables and charts; -725 pages with tables, bibliography and index. First edition limited to 500 copies.
This work is the culmination of two decades of research By Adelina Arredondo seeking to study and inform us of the history of Mexico and the state of Chihuahua from with the viewpoint is taken. It is the result of a long study of publication about the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries showing public education is an issue that is at the basis of political and economic turmoil. In the author's first ten yeas of historical research, she explored meticulously, the organization of public education, norms, funding, methods, curriculum and teachers. The second ten years, her views grew in sophistication, with the introduction of more complex approaches such as the textbook as an ideological element, the education of youth, the process of teacher training, the school space as a platform for social construction of gender and citizenship and political disputes regarding control of an independent nation.
Very light edge wear else a near fine set.
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