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Knowledge and practices in frontiers: toward a transnational History of Education (1810-...)

Grant number: 18/26699-4
Support type:Research Projects - Thematic Grants
Duration: July 01, 2019 - June 30, 2024
Field of knowledge:Humanities - Education - Fundamentals of Education
Principal researcher:Diana Gonçalves Vidal
Grantee:Diana Gonçalves Vidal
Home Institution: Faculdade de Educação (FE). Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Paulo , SP, Brazil
Principal researchers:Carlota Josefina Malta Cardozo dos Reis Boto ; Circe Maria Fernandes Bittencourt ; Vivian Batista da Silva
Assoc. researchers:Alessandra Arce Hai ; Alexsandro do Nascimento Santos ; Ana Laura Godinho Lima ; André Luiz Paulilo ; Angélica Pall Oriani ; Ariadne Lopes Ecar ; Bruno Bontempi Júnior ; Heloísa Helena Pimenta Rocha ; Kazumi Munakata ; Marcia de Paula Gregorio Razzini ; Maria Rita de Almeida Toledo ; Paula Perin Vicentini ; Rachel Duarte Abdala ; Rafaela Silva Rabelo ; Raquel Lazzari Leite Barbosa ; Renata Marcílio Cândido ; Rita de Cassia Gallego ; Rosa Fátima de Souza Chaloba ; Rosario Silvana Genta Lugli ; Vera Teresa Valdemarin ; Wiara Rosa Rios Alcântara
Associated grant(s):20/00894-5 - Initial Teacher Education in Brazil and New Zealand: comparing two periods, the 1930s and today, AP.R SPRINT
Associated scholarship(s):20/10606-7 - Knowledge and practices in historical perspective: a study of the teaching profession and career in the city of Guarulhos (1970 - current days), BP.IC
20/11928-8 - National and transnational circulation of pedadogical models and public instruction reforms: Maranhão, Rio de Janeiro and France in the 1850s, BP.DR
20/06753-4 - Political and epistemological frontiers: grammatical books and Portuguese Language teaching at the Normal School of Sao Paulo between 1880 and 1900, BP.PD
+ associated scholarships 20/12621-3 - The NEF in the South American circuit, BP.PD
20/06040-8 - Knowledge and practices in historical perspective: a study of public schools in Guarulhos, BP.IC
20/06603-2 - Knowledge and practices on borders: for a transnacional history of education (1810-...), BP.IC
20/00219-6 - The New Era magazine (1920-1930): production and knowledge circulation on a new education from the perspective of transnational history of education, BP.PD
19/25903-0 - Knowledge and practices in frontiers: toward a transnational History of Education (1810-...), BP.PD
19/26703-4 - Knowledge and practices in frontiers: toward a transnational History of Education (1810-...), BP.PD
19/24940-9 - Knowledge and practices in frontiers: toward a transnational History of Education (1810-...), BP.TT
19/25935-9 - Knowledge and practices in frontiers: toward a transnational History of Education (1810-...), BP.PD
19/27611-6 - Knowledge and practices at the borders: for a transnational History of Education (1810 - ....), BP.EP
19/27612-2 - Knowledge and practices at the borders: for a transnational history of education (1810 - ....), BP.EP
19/22631-9 - Knowledge and practices in frontiers: toward a transnational History of Education (1810-...), BP.IC
19/22595-2 - Knowledge and practices in frontiers: toward a transnational history of education (1810-...), BP.IC
19/24431-7 - Knowledge and practices at the borders: for a transnational History of Education (1810 - ....), BP.TT
19/19450-2 - Pedagogical knowledge across borders: a study on the circulation of ideas by Luiz Alves de Mattos, BP.IC - associated scholarships

Abstract

This project is part of what contemporary educational literature refers to as transnational history of education. By crossing borders, this historiographical reference redefines territories and sets the national histories within international contexts, presenting transnational relations, connections, interdependencies. The purpose is to study the circulation of subjects, artifacts, knowledge and practices and understand how in Brazil, since the beginning of the 19th century there were appropriations and exchanges of knowledge and actions at international level. This symbolic universe thus inscribed marks of innovation in the different traditions that made up and composed knowledge and educational practices until nowadays.The project is organized into four thematic axes, so-called: 1) digital archives and libraries: book and reading history; 2) subjects and artifacts: movements and traces; 3) innovation and tradition: leaks and counterpoints; 4) didactic material for public education and teacher training. Each of these axes is coordinated by two researchers from the Faculty of Education of the University of São Paulo and counts on the collaboration of researchers from other universities of São Paulo State and international institutions. (AU)

Scientific publications
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)

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