Katharina Rutschky

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Katharina Rutschky (January 25, 1941, Berlin – January 14, 2010, [1] Berlin) was a German educationalist and author. She coined the term Schwarze Pädagogik (literally black pedagogy) in her eponymous book from 1977, describing physical and psychical violence as part of education (a notion elaborated upon some years later by Alice Miller). Until her death, Rutschky lived in Berlin with her husband Michael Rutschky.


  • Schwarze Pädagogik, originally published in 1977.[2]
  • Deutsche Kinder-Chronik: Wunsch- und Schreckensbilder aus vier Jahrhunderten, originally published in 1983.[3]
  • Deutsche Schul-Chronik: Lernen und Erziehen in vier Jahrhunderten, originally published in 1991.[4]
  • Erregte Aufklärung: Kindesmissbrauch: Fakten & Fiktionen, originally published in 1992.[5]
  • Handbuch sexueller Missbrauch, originally published in 1994.[6]
  • Emma and her Sisters, originally published in 1999.[7]
  • Der Stadthund: von Menschen an der Leine, originally published in 2001.[8]

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