[SU89]  Intersubjective Pedagogy

Semester II
friday 10:30 - 13:00

Course Information

Professor: ROSATI, Nicoletta
Email: [email protected]
Language: English

Semester II
friday 10:30 - 13:00


This course aims to prepare those students who plan to work and teach in the training for intersubjective relations. Students will learn to reflect on the different forms of communication in different environments where they may work (schools, parishes, religious communities, etc.). Contents: The Difficult Task of Education. The Present Educational Framework. Imagination and the Image of Oneself. Imagination, Globalization and the Lack of Sense of Territory. Time and Space. Non Places. The Word Crisis. Social-Cultural Transformation in the growing up. Process of the New Generation. The Group as a Living System. Rules of Communication. A Portrait of the Educator. Communication: Basic Principles. The original vocation of the man and the woman.


M. BUBER, I and thou, translated by W. Kaufmann, Charles Scribner’s Son Paperback edition, New York 1970. E. STEIN, Woman, ICS Publication, Washington D.C. 1994; J.BRUNER, The Culture of Education, Harvard University Press, Harvard 1996; G.CAVALLINI (a cura di), Le orazioni di S.Caterina da Siena, Cantagalli, Siena 1993; L.TINCANI, Lettere di fondazione,Studium, Roma 2007.Handouts to be given by the professor. An English synthesis will be given of the previous Italian texts.