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Elisabeth Rotten

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Elisabeth Rotten

Elisabeth Friederike Rotten (N'ụbọchị 15 Febụwarị 1882, Berlin - 2 Mee 1964) bụ onye Quaker na-eme udo na onye na-aga n'ihu na agụmakwụkwọ.

Dị ka nwa nwanyị nke di na nwunye Switzerland Moritz na Luise Rotten, ọ gara "höhere Mädchenschule Luisenschule" n'oge 1888 ruo afọ 1898, mgbe e mesịrị gụọ akwụkwọ na Victoria-Lyzeum Berlin site n'afọ 1904. Na Septemba 1906 ọ gara Reifeprüfung na Kaiserin Augusta-Gymnasium Charlottenburg . Ọ gụsịrị akwụkwọ na ọmụmụ ya na nkà ihe ọmụma na asụsụ German na akwụkwọ na Heidelberg, Berlin, Marburg na Montpellier. Na Marburg, ọ zutere Hermann Lietz na Gustav Wyneken, nke dị mkpa maka mmepe nke echiche ya n'ọdịnihu. N'afọ 1913, o bipụtara edemede PhD ya n'okpuru isiokwu "Goethes Urphänomen und die platonische Idee" (Goethe's "Urphänomen" and the Platonic ideal) na Marburg.

N'afọ 1913, ọ malitere ịkụzi na Mahadum Cambridge na akwụkwọ German. N'afọ 1914, ọ laghachiri Berlin wee rụọ ọrụ na "Auskunfts- und Hilfsstelle für Deutsche im Ausland und Ausländer in Deutschland" ya na prọfesọ Friedrich Siegmund-Schultze. N'otu afọ ahụ, o guzobere "Bund Neues Vaterland", mgbe e mesịrị "German League for Human Rights". N'afọ 1915, ọ gara njem dị ka onye nnọchi anya na 1st International Women's Congress na The Hague ma rụọ ọrụ maka ntọala nke "Internationalen Frauenliga für Frieden und Freiheit" (International Women's League for Peace and Freedom").

N'afọ 1922, ya na Beatrice Ensor na Adolphe Ferrière guzobere New Education Fellowship, na-aghọ osote onyeisi oche ya maka mba ndị na-asụ German na onye nchịkọta akụkọ nke akwụkwọ akụkọ asụsụ German, nke a mechara kpọọ Das Werdende Zeitalter.[1] Site n'afọ 1922 ọ na-ejikọta ya na ugbo ụlọ akwụkwọ, Schulfarm Insel Scharfenberg, nke Wilhelm Blume malitere na Berlin ma bụrụ onye na-eleta Odenwaldschule nke onye na-eme mgbanwe agụmakwụkwọ Paul Geheeb guzobere n'afọ 1910.

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  1. Brehony, K. J. (2004). "A New Education for a New Era: Creating International Fellowship Through Conferences 1921-1938." Paedagogica Historica 40(5 & 6): 733-755.