The history of adult education in Europe from 1850 to 1950: A comparative approach – ESRALE webinar

Event
*** ONLINE LECTURE ***
Pécs
Hungary
Friday, 20 May, 2016 - 14:00

This is an online event

This webinar will analyse the evolution of institurions and organisations of adult education in Europe by focusing on impacts of bourgeioise/civil society developments, working class movements, the role of the nation-state in schooling/education and cultural developments and ont he influence of industrialisation.

The webinar will demonstrate for what reasons and in what process Central and Eastern European Adult Education had been constrained to take a different route after World War I by moving toward more authoritarian regimes instead of developing open societies and public opinion.

Finally, we are going to propose some further readings and future research questions int he history of adult learning and education.


This lecture will be provided by Dr. Balázs Németh, Associate Professor in Adult Learning and Education

Balázs Németh is a researcher on European adult and lifelong learning policy development and comparative adult education. He is an associate professor and Head of Institute of Adult Learning and Education at the University of Pécs. He is also a founding member and current president of the Hungarian Universities Lifelong Learning Network (MELLearN) and represents the University of Pécs in the European Universities Continuing Education Network (EUCEN) and in the European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA). Further research topics of his are: Adult Education and Politics; Comparative Adult Education; History of Modern European Adult Education from 1850 to 1950. Learning City-Region and Learning Community Innovations in Central-Eastern Europe and in Hungary.

If there are any questions, get in touch with Mario Ganz at the TU Kaiserslautern: m.ganz@disc.uni-kl.de


This ESRALE OLAT webinar will start on 20.05.2016 at 14:00 (CET).

(the actual Classroom will be open shortly before the sessions starts)

You can either join with "Guest Access" or create an account. An account has the advantage, that your name can be shown and not only "Guest".

If there are any questions, get in touch with Mario Ganz at the TU Kaiserslautern: m.ganz@disc.uni-kl.de (link sends e-mail)

More information may be found on the ESRALE website.

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