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Professeure Associée (Université de Turin, Italie)

Contact

Bureau : Via Gaudenzio Ferrari 9/11, 10124, Torino (Italia)
Courriel : monica.mincu@unito.it

Website: http://formazioneprimaria.campusnet.unito.it/do/docenti.pl/Show?_id=mmincu

Full CV: http://www.campusnet.unito.it/docenti/att/mmincu.cv.pdf?t=1450774801

Titres et diplômes

Liste de titres et diplômes

Doctorat en science de l’éducation (Université Catholique de Milan, 2002)

Maîtrise en science de l’éducation (Université de Turin, 1998)

Maîtrise en science de l’éducation (Université de Bucarest, 1996)

Carriere

Monica Mincu est Professeure Associée en Éducation Comparée depuis septembre 2015 à l’Université de Turin. Elle a été Maître de Conference depuis 2008 à 2015 et Research Fellow depuis 2002 à 2008.

Thèmes de recherche

Les travaux de recherche de Monica Mincu s’intéressent principalement à l’éducation comparée, les politiques de l’éducation et l’éducation interculturelle. Les types d’approches utilisées sont sociologiques, historiques et ethnographiques. Principaux axes de recherches:

  • Formation des enseignants en Europe
  • Politiques éducatives en Europe
  • Réformes de l’éducation en Europe

Publications et travaux

Monographs

Mincu, M. (2004). Educazione e cittadinanza nel postsocialismo. I cambiamenti nell’Europa dell’Est dopo il 1989. Torino: SEI Frontiere, « Scuola e Vita », pp. 178. [Education and citizenship in post-socialism. Educational and social transformations after 1989]

Edited Books

Mincu, M. (2012). Personalising Education: Theories, Politics and Cultural Contexts (Contributors: Michael A. Peters, Baocun Liu, Michael Fullan, Michael Fielding, Chris Watkins, Ruth Deakin-Crick, Ferran Ferrer, Concepción Naval, Dolores Conesa, Giorgio Chiosso, Qian He, Ikumi Courcier, Masahiro Nasu, Irina Horga). Rotterdam/Boston/Tai Pei: Sense Publishers.

Mincu, M. (2011). A ciascuno la sua scuola. Politiche e contesti della personalizzazione. [A school to everyone. Politics and contexts of personalisation]. Torino: SEI.

Tatto, M.T. & Mincu, M. (eds.) (2009). Reforming teaching and learning: Comparative perspectives in a global era. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers & WCCES (World Council of Comparative Education Societies).

Mincu, M. (ed.) (2007). L’educazione non neutrale. La pedagogia dopo la svolta communitarian. SEI: Torino, pp. 278. [Non-neutral education. A communitarian turning point in pedagogy]

Book Chapters

Mincu, M. (2014). Teorie della cittadinanza e spazio europeo: il contributo della ricerca comparata Formazione professionale e cittadinanza europea. In A. Saracco (coord). Le risorse socio-pedagogiche nell’azione del Fondo Sociale Europeo in Piemonte. Regione Piemonte e Dipartimento di Filosofia e Scienze dell’Educazione dell’Università degli Studi di Torino.

Beinasco: Agit Mariogros. (pp. 49-58)

Mincu, M. (2012). Mapping meanings of personalisation. In Mincu, M. (Ed). Personalising Education: Theories, Politics and Cultural Contexts. Rotterdam/Boston/Tai Pei: Sense Publishers.

Mincu, M. & Allasia, M. (2012). Recognition, interculturalism(s) and schooling in Italy: A critique from an equity perspective. In. T. Besley & M. Peters (Eds). Handbook of interculturalism, education and dialogue. New York: Peter Lang, Book Series: Global Studies in Education.

Mincu M. (2011). Comparing Theories and Politics of Personalisation: What is worth fighting for?  In: Personalisation of Education (bilingual volume, Chinese and English). Beijing, China, 13-15 August 2011, Beijing: Beijing Normal University, Ministry of Education, pp. 1-11

Mincu, M. (2011). Education and ideologies in Eastern Europe: a comparative history of Hungary, Poland and Romania. In J. Kusch (Ed). Knowledge, Differences and Harmonies in the Time of Globalization. Institutional discourse and practices. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Mincu, M. & Horga, I. (2010). The governance of teacher education in Romania: Modern professionals in the Europeanisation era? in K.G. Karras & C.C. Wolhuter (eds.) International handbook on teachers education worldwide. Training, issues and challenges for the teaching profession, (Preface: Gaston Mialaret). Athens: Atrapos Editions.

Mincu, M. & Chiosso, G. (2009). Imagined globalisation in Italian education: Discourse and action in initial teacher training. In Tatto, M.T. & Mincu, M. (eds.) (2009). Reforming teaching and learning: Comparative perspectives in a global era. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers & WCCES (World Council of Comparative Education Societies).

Tatto, M.T. & Mincu, M. (2009). Introduction. In Tatto, M.T. & Mincu, M. (eds.) (2009). Reforming teaching and learning: Comparative perspectives in a global era. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers & WCCES (World Council of Comparative Education Societies).

Journal Articles

PEER REVIEWED

Mincu, M. (in print). Communist Education as Modernisation Strategy? The swings of the globalisation pendulum in Eastern Europe (1947-1989), History of Education, IF 0.684 in 2014 (Q3 Education & Q1 History and Philosophy of Science 2014).

Mincu, M. (2015). La rilevanza della ricerca per lo sviluppo professionale del docente e il per il miglioramento della scuola, Pedagogia e Vita, 73, 129-14

Mincu, M. (2015). The Italian middle school in a deregulation era: Italian modernity through path-dependency

and global models, Comparative Education, 51(3), IF 1.083 (Q1 Education 2014)

Mincu, M. (2015). Teacher quality and school improvement: What is the role of research? Oxford Review of Education, Special Issue The Role of Research in Teacher Education (editors John Furlong & Maria Teresa Tatto, 41(2), IF 0.739 (Q2 Education 2014)

Mincu, M. (2013). Balancing citizenship and interculturalism: A comparison of two European policy contexts. Intercultural Education, 24(6), 521-531 (Q3 Education & Q1 Cultural Studies 2014)

Mincu, M. (2012). School Community, Parent Participation and Non-Neutrality: Globalisation challenges and communitarian responses, Spirale, 51, 141-153

Mincu, M. (2011). Tensions in recognition politics in Europe: A reading of Italian interculturalism(s) as ideology. Journal of Social Research and Policy, 2(1), 83-93.

Mincu, M. (2011). Persistent, intensified and emerging rural/urban educational stratifications: A Central and Eastern European perspective. Journal of Educational Planning and Administration, 25(1), 21-36

Mincu, M., Allasia, M. & Pia, F. (2011). Uneven equity and Italian interculturalism(s). Policy Futures in Education, 9(1), 88-95.

Mincu, M. (2009). Myth, rhetoric, and ideology in Eastern European education: Schools and citizenship in Hungary, Poland, and Romania. European Education 41(1), 55-78, Special Issue: Looking back, looking forward: Continuity and change in scholarship on European education.

Others

Mincu, M. (2009). Scoala-comunitate, participarea parintilor si non-neutralitatea: O perspectiva comunitarista. Revista e Pedagogie (10-12), 33-46.

Mincu, M. (2008). La personalizzazione, una scommessa per il futuro. Rassegna dell’Istruzione, no. 1-2, 98-105 [Personalisation: a challenge for the future]

Mincu, M. (2007). L’educazione non neutrale, La pedagogia communitarian e il problema della democrazia. Nuova Secondaria. October, nr. 2/2007. [Non-neutral Education: Communitarian Pedagogy and Democratic Principle]

Mincu, M. (2007). La riforma dell’educazione professionale in Romania: dal principio politecnico ai programmi Phare. Rivista Rassegna CNOS, March. [The Reform of Professional Education in Romania: From the Polytechnic Principle to PHARE Programmes]

Mincu, M. (2005). L’integrazione scolastica degli alunni disabili: lo stato dell’arte nei paesi postsocialisti in relazione agli sviluppi internazionali. L’integrazione scolastica e sociale, Erikcson, 4(3), 214-232. [Integrating Children with Disabilities: The State of Art in Post-socialist Countries as Related to International Developments]

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