American academics and education for democracy in Post-communist Europe: From the Spanish-American war to Iraq
Perry, L.B. (2009) American academics and education for democracy in Post-communist Europe: From the Spanish-American war to Iraq. In: Sobe, N.W., (ed.) American Post-conflict educational reform. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, U.S.A, pp. 169-188.
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This edited volume brings together historians of education and comparative education researchers to study the educational reconstruction projects that Americans have launched in post-conflict settings across the globe. For well over a century Americans have seen the reform of schools as key to creating social stability and conditions of peace. The contributors to this volume examine the ideals embedded in and effectiveness of American education reform projects in the Philippines and Cuba after the Spanish-American War, in Europe after World War I, in Japan and Germany after World War II, in the aftermath of the Cold War, as well as U.S. initiatives currently underway in Afghanistan and Iraq.
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|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Education|
|Copyright:||2009 Noah W. Sobe|
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