Newsboys: crianças patriotas americanas espanholas e “A Revista Hazelwood” em Birmingham, Inglaterra, 1820s

Palavras-chave: Hazelwood school, independência espanhola-americana, Birmingham, história da infância e juventude, patriotismo, Jeremías Bentham, Vicente Rocafuerte, Bernardino Rivadavia, Matthew Hill, a imprensa

Resumo

No início da época industrial, havia uma forte ligação entre a expansão da imprensa e experienças com novas estratégias pedagógicas. A expansão do sistema escolar público exigiu livros didácticos, criando uma via de exploração completamente nova para a Imprensa que mantinha um olho em busca de mercados fidedignos. Ao mesmo tempo, a alphabetização era cada vez mais reconhecida como uma característica desejável para cidadãos patrióticos e produtivos. Durante apróximadamente 5 anos, na década de 1820, muitos filhos de importantes líderes patrióticos Espanho-Americanos foram enviados para o estrangeiro a fim de estudar numa escola progressiva chamada Hazelwood, perto de Birmingham no coração da Inglaterra industrial. Enquanto lá, os rapazes e os seus amigos escreveram e publicaram um periódico mensal entitulado Hazelwood Magazine que manifestamente imitava o conteúdo de jornais profissionais e compartilhava dos mesmos valores.

 

 

 

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Publicado
2020-08-11
Como Citar
Racine, K. (2020). Newsboys: crianças patriotas americanas espanholas e “A Revista Hazelwood” em Birmingham, Inglaterra, 1820s . Estudos Ibero-Americanos, 46(2), e35358. https://doi.org/10.15448/1980-864X.2020.2.35358
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Imprensa, cultura e circulação de ideias