H-Education seeks to link participants with shared interests in the history of education, broadly defined as a recognized field covering both formal and informal institutions and processes regarding teaching and learning. We anticipate that our audience will consist of university professors, independent scholars, educators, and graduate students, from diverse fields of study.

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History of Education Research in Current Periodicals (#233)

EDUCATION HISTORY ARTICLES in CURRENT PERIODICALS (#233) Below is a list of recent publications relating to the History of Education. As always, we focus on studies relating to the History of Education (“the history of instruction”) rather than History Education (“the instruction of History”).

CFP: Australia New Zealand History of Education Society (ANZHES) 2020 Conference

CALL FOR PAPERS

ANZHES Conference 2020

University of Melbourne
November 19-22, 2020

Conference theme: Generations and Generational Change

Conference convenors: Professor Julie McLeod, University of Melbourne and Associate Professor Helen Proctor, University of Sydney.

CfP: "Where are the Wonder Girls? Heroines and Persistence in Campus Novels" MLA Session

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[H-Education editor note]  This may be of interest to subscribers who study the history of academic culture, particularly as depicted in campus novels (ex. Lucky Jim, PorterHouse Blue, White Noise, Stoner, works of David Lodge, etc.). 
 
 
 
 

2020 AERA Division F Mentoring Seminar Call for Applications- Deadline Extended to March 6

This year's Division F Mentoring Seminar, "Historians and the Call to Action: Leadership and Public Engagement in the History of Education,"  will be held in San Francisco, CA on Thursday, April 16th from 6:15-9:00pm and Friday, April 17th from 8:00-11:45am. The mentoring seminar will address critical issues stemming from a shifting social, political, and economic context that demands exemplary research, teaching, and service from historians of education. This seminar will provide panel discussions by distinguished leaders in the field.

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