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  Irish Schools and Education in Latin America

Guest Editor: María José Roger


Jennie Austin Cummins (centre) with English-language students at the public school of San Pedro, Buenos Aires province, 1937
(Centro Argentino Irlandés de San Pedro, Images of the Camp People)

Ireland, Latin America and Education: an Introduction, by María José Roger

Education in Values: The Experience of Two Irish-Argentine Schools, by Carla Battezzati 

Irish Passionist Nuns at Michael Ham: their legacy to Argentine education, by Damasia Becu-Villalobos

Much More than a Competition, by Desmond Kelleher

'We wanted to go on thinking, working, developing our skills': Interview with Hilda Sabato, by Edmundo Murray

The Spanish Language in Ireland, by David Barnwell

When Ireland landed in the Pampas: the Irish in Argentina Project in the University of La Pampa (2007-2009), by María Graciela Eliggi, María Graciela Adamoli and Enrique Alejandro Basabe

Review of Alfredo Sepúlveda Cereceda's Bernardo: Una biografía de Bernardo O’Higgins, by Fabián Gaspar Bustamante, and Author's Reply

Review of Juan Pablo Young and Pablo Zubizarreta’s documentary film 4 de julio: La masacre de San Patricio (Fourth of July: The Massacre at St. Patrick’s), by Catherine Leen, and Author's Reply

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