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Ferrer Bibliography

By Ferrer

Ferrer, Francisco .The Origin and Ideals of the Modern School,
translated by Joseph McCabe, London: Watts & Co.
--- (2009). Principios de moral científica. Barcelona: MLP Edicions.

About Ferrer

Antliff, Allan (1994). "Carl Zigrosser and the Modern School: Nietzsche,
Art, and Anarchism." Archives of American Art Journal. Vol. 34, No. 4, pp. 16-23.
Archer, William (2000). The Life, Trial, and Death of Francisco Ferrer. Delanco,
NJ: Notable Trials Library.
Avrich, Paul (1980). The Modern School Movement: Anarchism and.
Education in the United States. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Bertolucci, F. (2001). "The Ferrer 'Myth' Spreads Through Tuscany." Bollettino
Archivio Giuseppe Pinelli. Vol. 18, 43-47.
Bliss, Jim. "The Execution of Francisco Ferrer." Weblog post. Dorian
Cope Presents On This Deity. 13 Oct. 2010. Web.
Extensive Listing of UCSD holdings in the Francisco Ferrer Collection
Casanova, Julián. "Francisco Ferrer Guardia and Modern
Education." [pdf] Trans. Paul Sharkey. El País.
Cohen, Joseph J. and Alexis C. Ferm (2006). The Modern School of
Stelton. Jackson Heights, NY: Southpaw Culture Factory School.
Durant, W.J., The Ferrer Modern School, New York:
Francisco Ferror Association.
Farré, J.A. (2006). Francisco Ferrer y Guardia: Pedagogo, Anarquista y Nártir. Madrid,
Spain: Top Printer Plus.
Fidler, Geoffrey C. (1985). "The Escuela Moderna Movement of Francisco
Ferrer." History of Education Quarterly. Spring-Summer, pp. 391-416.
Gribble, David. "Good News for Francisco Ferrer." Changing Anarchism:
Anarchist Theory and Practice in a Global Age. Comp. Jonathan Purkis and James Bowen. pp. 181-98.
Giulianelli, Roberto (06/01/2006). "Fonti Sull'Educazionismo Libertario: Le Lettere
Di Francisco Ferrer a Luigi Fabbri (1906-1909)." Spagna contemporanea (1121-7480), 15 (29), p. 125.
London, J. (1910). Francisco Ferrer: His Life, Work and Martyrdom. Barcelona,
Spain: Francisco Ferrer Association.
McCabe, Joseph (1909). The Martyrdom of Ferrer: Being a true account of his life and work.
Watts & Co.
Ramos, A.O., & Caravaca, F. (1932). Francisco Ferrer Guardia, Apóstol de la
Razón: Vida, obra y doctrinas del famoso mártir español. Barcelona: Casa Ed. Maucci.
Ryan, J.A. (1911). Francisco Ferrer Criminal Conspirator. St. Louis, MO:
B. Herder.
Spring, J.H. (2007). Wheels in the head: Educational philosophies of authority,
freedom, and culture from confucianism to human rights. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Tager, Florence (1986). "Politics and Culture in anarchist Education:
The Modern School of New York and Stelton, 1911-1915," Curriculum Inquiry. Volume 16, Number 4, pp. 391-416.
Tittze, J. (2010). Francisco Ferrer: A tragedy in five acts. BiblioBazaar.
Vroede, Maurice de (1979). "Francisco Ferrer Et La Ligue Internationale Pour L'Education
Rationelle de L'Enfance." Paedagogica historica (0030-9230), 19(2), p. 278.


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