Category Archives: Klaus Mollenhauer

Who was Klaus Mollenhauer?

I’ve been working on the introduction for the translation of Klaus Mollenhauer’s Forgotten Connections (more info about the book here). Through the generous of Alex Aβmann, I’ve gotten a hold of some interviews and a photo (right). Some of the … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Reviving Forgotten Connections in Teacher Education

Earlier, I reported on the visit of Dr. Tone Saevi to TRU. Together with Dr. Diane Purvey and myself, Dr. Saevi taught a course that combined film and art together with an emphasis on the pedagogical relation. As a result … Continue reading

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