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Du voyage pédagogique à la pédagogie viatique : le cas de Ḥasan Tawfīq al-ʿAdl

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This article deals with different relations between travel and pedagogy in al-Riḥla ilā Birlīn and Rasāʾil al-bušrā fī l-siyāḥa bi Almāniyā wa-Swīsrā, two travel accounts written by Ḥasan Tawfīq al-ʿAdl and published in Egypt between 1887 and 1892. The study allows to show how these texts tend to a pedagogy book. This pedagogical thought of author is combined with a practice. As a teacher as well as a learner, he communicates to the reader not only a big material of teaching but also his experience of learning. In these two travel accounts, the pedagogy is looking as a metaphoric extension of trip. Itinerary, mobility, urge to have a guide, contact with the other one and several elements relating to travel account are appealed to define the pedagogical activity and to practise it.

Affiliations: 1: Université du Caire


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