One city, many children
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Reggio Emilia, A History of the Present
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The story about the creation and the development of the preschools and infant-toddler centres in Reggio Emilia: a broad research project which joined together voices and thoughts of many different protagonists.
A collective self-biography, a passionate story interconnected with other stories in a long, thin plot made of silk threads as Loris Malaguzzi used to say: “…such a story can be presented like a story which clearly crossed the years and the seasons… instead experiences like this, so anomalous, are always walking on silk threads”.
With interviews and texts by Renzo Bonazzi, Simona Bonilauri, Ettore Borghi, Jerome Bruner, Antonio Canovi, Luciano Corradini, Gunilla Dahlberg, Graziano Delrio, Paul Ginsborg, Loris Malaguzzi, Carla Rinaldi and Vea Vecchi.
Edited by Rolando Baldini, Ilaria Cavallini and Vania Vecchi
English version edited by Peter Moss English, translation by Jane McCall
Published by Reggio Children, 2012; 272 pages.
|Dimensions||24.5 × 23 × 2 cm|
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