Exploring Relationships in the Field of Adult Education in Europe
Edited By Michal Bron Jr., Paula Guimarães and Rui Vieira de Castro
7 Contributors Manuel Barbosa is Associate Professor in the Department of Pedagogy in the Institute of Education of the University of Minho, Braga, Portugal. He holds a Masters Degree in Philosophy of Education and a PhD in Education (Philosophy of Education). His main research interest is the rethinking of the meanings and the articulations between education, citizenship and civil society drawn up in a new social pedagogy. His most recent publications include (2006). Educação e cidadania [Education and citizenship]. Amarante: Editora Labirinto; and (2008). A sociedade civil: Uma escola de cidadanias [The civil society: A school of citi- zenships]. Revista Galego-Portuguesa de Psicoloxía e Educación, 16(1, 2), 79- 93. [E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org] Michał Bron Jr is Associate Professor at the Södertörn University, Stockholm, Sweden. He holds a Masters Degree in History and a PhD in Education. His main research interests concern civil society in Russia and Central Europe; fe- male adult educators and society in the 19th Century in Ireland, Poland and Sweden; social and political origins of modern adult education provisions; and Christian-Jewish dialogue (outside the realm of theology). Some of his recent publications include (2005). A remedy for apathy? The role of NGO’s in acti- vating citizens in today’s Russia. In D. Wildemeersch, V. Stroobants & M. Bron Jr (Eds.), Active citizenship and multiple identities. A learning outlook (pp. 279- 296). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang; and (2008). Pitfalls in comparative stu- dies. Inherent and self-styled dangers. In J. Reischmann & M. Bron...
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