Vittoria Colonna Is Typical of the Educational Ideals of the Christian Renaissance
Ideals of Education of the Christian Renaissance as shown forth in the work of Vittorino da Feltre. The Education of Vittoria Colonna: curriculum; curriculum compared to that followed elsewhere in Europe; home influences, especially that of Constanza D'Avalos; atmosphere of Naples; broadening influences. The lines of activity open to women of the Renaissance Period and the sphere of their influence. Influence: as scholars; as authors; as stimulators, Social Workers, etc. Vittoria Colonna is influence upon the intellectual and social life of her day, as author, scholar and stimulator, as testified to: (a) by her contemporaries: Cardinals Sadoleto, (b) by students of History. Bembo, Ghiberti; Michelangelo, Veronica Gambara, etc.
Pedagogy|Educational evaluation|Religious education
O'Byrne, Mother Eleanor, "Vittoria Colonna Is Typical of the Educational Ideals of the Christian Renaissance" (1926). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI29281794.