Recently published (2015): Special education in Greece, 1900–1940 [short title]
Full title: The influence of the school hygiene and paedology movement on the early development of special education in Greece, 1900–1940.
The leading role of Emmanuel Lambadarios. In: History of education, 44 (2015) 4, S. 437-459 "This study focuses on the contribution of Emmanuel Lambadarios to special education in Greece in the early twentieth century. It examines Lambadarios’s involvement in special education, culminating in the establishment of the ‘Model Special School of Athens’ (PESA), the first public special education school for children with intellectual disabilities. It specifically explores Lambadarios’s key perceptions of the education of children with disabilities influenced by his medical-centred school hygiene and paedological views, studied within the broader international context of the first four decades of the twentieth century. This is an attempt to shed light on an unknown aspect of the early history of special education in Greece, which appears to be influenced by medicine. Moreover, the latent rivalry between the physician Emmanuel Lambadarios and the educator/head teacher of the PESA, Rosa Imvrioti, indicates an educational resistance to the attempted medicalisation of the early development of special education." [Abstract: Site editor’s information]
Release date: 06.07.2015