Anarchists: cultural creation, pedagogical invention

This paper explores dimensions of the anarchist cultural and pedagogical practices that served as a reference for the Brazilian experience of Modern Schools, in the beginning of the 20th century (1912). Based on bibliographical research accomplished by innumerable scholars in Brazil and Spain, it tries to point out the inseparability of culture and education in the anarchist conceptions and practices. Such a specificity configures the educational view-point of anarchists, inside and outside school, as a field of appropriation of culture and as an instrument of social liberation.

Culture; Education; Anarchists; Memory; Social liberation


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