Thoughts on the fragility of peace
Philosopher Theodor W. Adorno set a demand for all education: “that Auschwitz not happen again”. Deborah Britzman discusses why his demand can be a model for thinking with pedagogy and te...
Deborah Britzman is Distinguished Research Professor in the Faculty of Education at York University in Toronto and a Fellow in the Royal Society of Canada. She writes in the areas of psychoanalysis and education, literature, and the education of teachers. Britzman’s research into the emotional situation of teaching and learning leans upon her work as a psychoanalyst. Author of six books and numerous articles, her forthcoming book ,with SUNY Press, is titled, A psychoanalyst in the classroom: character studies of the human condition of education. Contact: email@example.com
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