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Doctoral Thesis
Document
Author
Full name
Ana Luiza Grillo Balassiano
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2012
Supervisor
Committee
Hilsdorf, Maria Lucia Spedo (President)
Boto, Carlota Josefina Malta Cardozo dos Reis
Dantes, Maria Amelia Mascarenhas
Faria, Lia Ciomar Macedo de
Manso, Brigitte Bentolila de Assis
Title in Portuguese
Liceu Francês do Rio de Janeiro (1915-1965): instituições escolares e difusão da cultura francesa no exterior
Keywords in Portuguese
Arquivo escolar
Difusão cultural
Instituições escolares
Liceus franceses
Modelos pedagógicos
Política cultural
Redes de sociabilidade e circulação
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta pesquisa pretendeu compreender o processo de constituição, criação e desenvolvimento do Lycée Français ao Colégio Franco Brasileiro no recorte temporal que se inicia no ano de 1915 e termina no seu cinqüentenário, no ano de 1965, utilizando como fonte um repertório diversificado de documentos localizados em arquivos franceses e brasileiros. A construção deste repertório apontou que nosso objeto deveria ser focalizado sob três temporalidades distintas: Lycée Français, Liceu Franco- Brasileiro, e Colégio Franco-Brasileiro a partir de uma história institucional que se apresentou articulada em torno de três personagens centrais: Claude Alexandre Brigole, Georges Dumas e Renato Almeida, associados a cada um desses momentos. Procuramos entender a existência da instituição escolar situada nos contextos franceses e brasileiros ao longo do período analisado, acionando uma perspectiva meso de análise, que indicou olhar para o processo no movimento de escala macro e micro das relações entre educação e história franco-brasileira.
Title in English
The French Lyceum in Rio de Janeiro (1915-1965): school institutions and diffusion of French culture abroad
Keywords in English
And circulation
Cultural diffusion
Cultural politics
French Lyceums
Pedagogical models
School archives
School institutions
Sites of sociability
Abstract in English
It is an object of this research to understand the process of constitution, creation and development of French Lyceum to Colégio Franco-Brasileiro in the time frame that starts in 1915 and ends in its 50th anniversary, in 1965, using a diverse repertoire of periodicals and archives Frenchs and Brazilians as information source. The elaboration of this compilation showed that our object should be focuses on three distinct temporalities: Lycée Français, Liceu Franco-Brasileiro and Colégio Franco-Brasileiro, starting from the institutions history focused on three major characters: Claude Alexandre Brigole, Georges Dumas and Renato Almeida, associated with each of these moments. This research seeks to understand the existence of the school located in the French and Brazilian contexts in the long time frame analyzed from a meso perspective, showing that the transition process in macro and micro scales of the relationship between education and French-Brazilian history must be observed.
 
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2012-07-25
 
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