At the intersection between “arts of travel” literature and pedagogical reform, a 1794 bill suggests sending deserving teenagers on what are not yet called “school trips” - thereby inventing the concept. Travel, a staple of aristocratic education, is here conceived of as a democratic, collective practice. Inspired by Rousseau's Emile (who should travel in order to realize that he does not want to change), Portiez, the author of the bill, would like to send the teenagers abroad so that they may see the superiority of Jacobin France, while their trip around France is seen as a lesson in Republican ideology.
|Cyfieithiad o deitl y cyfraniad||Travel: a republican program|
|Teitl||La république en voyage: Actes du colloque de Vizille, 2010|
|Golygyddion||P. Serna, G. Bertrand|
|Cyhoeddwr||Presses Universitaires de Rennes|
|Nifer y tudalennau||10|
|Statws||Cyhoeddwyd - 2013|