Translation Project: Forgotten Connections. On Culture and Upbringing

I’ve been working to bring one of the most important educational texts from postwar Germany educational works to an English audience. I’ve now got a draft translation ready for proofreading, and will be collaborating internationally to develop it further. In the prospectus for this publication, I describe Klaus Mollenhauer’s Forgotten Connections. On Culture and Upbringing as being similar to some of John Dewey’s works: it is at once accessible and sophisticated, it effortlessly combines philosophical reflection and practical conclusions, and it draws from humanistic continental thinkers. For more about the text, see also my recent article with Tone Saevi in the Journal of Curriculum Studies http://learningspaces.org/papers/Reviving_Forgotten_Connections.pdf

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