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Our Civilizing MissionThe Lessons of Colonial Education$
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Nicholas Harrison

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9781786941763

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: January 2020

DOI: 10.3828/liverpool/9781786941763.001.0001

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Teaching in a Time of Crisis

Teaching in a Time of Crisis

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(p.85) Chapter Three Teaching in a Time of Crisis
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Our Civilizing Mission
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Nicholas Harrison

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.3828/liverpool/9781786941763.003.0004

Against the broader backdrop of histories and debates sketched out in earlier chapters, Chapter 3 focuses in detail on the life and work of Mouloud Feraoun, touching on other important figures including Jean Amrouche and Albert Camus. Feraoun was a successful novelist who remained dedicated to his work as a teacher in a French primary school, even when his work placed his life at threat from both sides in the Algerian war of independence (during which the FLN at one point called a boycott of French schools). He finished his life working for the CSEs (Centres sociaux éducatifs) established by the French authorities during the war. The chapter tries to shed light on this heroic/anti-heroic commitment to education, and how we can understand, and perhaps justify, his decision to remain part of the colonial education system in the context of a violent anti-colonial war, despite his commitment to Algerian independence. [150]

Keywords:   Mouloud Feraoun, Algerian war of independence, colonial education, Jean Amrouche, FLN (Front de libération nationale), violence, Albert Camus, CSEs (Centres sociaux éducatifs)

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