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The Modern School of Francisco Ferrer i Guàrdia (1859–1909), an International and Current Figure

by Carme Garcia-Yeste, Gisela Redondo-Sama, Maria Padrós & Patricia Melgar - 2016

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 118 Number 4, 2016, p. 1-36
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 19360, Date Accessed: 9/25/2021 6:10:25 PM
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  • Carme Garcia-Yeste
    University Rovira i Virgili
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    CARME GARCÍA-YESTE holds a PhD in pedagogy. She is professor in the Department of Pedagogy at the University Rovira i Virgili. She has directed diverse national and European research projects on ethnic minorities, immigration, and social inclusion. Her research interests involve gender, social inclusion, theory and the history of education, and learning communities. She is editor of the journal Social and Education History. She has published in journals such as Qualitative Inquiry (2014, Overcoming Stereotypes Through the Other Women’s Communicative Daily Life Stories, 20(7), 923–927) and Scripta Nova (2013, Learning Communities, 17, 427(20)).
  • Gisela Redondo-Sama
    University of Cambridge
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    GISELA REDONDO-SAMA is Marie Curie Fellow at the University of Cambridge. She is currently developing the research line on dialogic leadership in educational contexts, and her research interests have focused on leadership, community participation, and school improvement. Her recent publications include “Not Without Them: The Inclusion of Minors’ Voices on Cyber Harassment Prevention” (Qualitative Inquiry, 2014) and Successful Educational Actions for Inclusion and Social Cohesion in Europe edited by Flecha (Springer, 2015).
  • Maria Padrós
    University of Barcelona
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    MARIA PADRÓS is professor at the University of Barcelona, Department of Teaching and Learning and Educational Organization and researcher at CREA. She has a special focus on women and cultural and ethnic minorities and is currently one of the researchers of the SOLIDUS Project, funded under the Horizon 2020 Programme of Research of the EU and dedicated to exploring expressions of European solidarity. She has published in journals such as Qualitative Inquiry, Journal of Psycho-didactics, and the European Journal of Education.
  • Patricia Melgar
    University of Girona
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    PATRICIA MELGAR, PhD, is a tenure-track lecturer in education at the University of Girona. Her research interests include educational theory, social work, and gender studies. She has published articles on these topics in journals, including European Journal of Education and Qualitative Inquiry: Melgar, P. (2015). Luis, From Ex-Prisoner to Neighborhood Representative and Interlocutor With Public Administrations. Qualitative Inquiry, 21(10), 872–878. She is the Editor of Géneros. Multidisciplinary Journal of Gender Studies and is on the editorial board of Violence Against Women.
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