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Utskick inom det utbildningshistoriska nätverk som bildades vid Svenska Historikermötet i Uppsala den 22-24 april 2005 **************************************************************************
Detta utskick går ut några gånger per termin till drygt 240 mottagare. Har du information om något arrangemang eller någon publikation som skulle kunna intressera nätverket, hör av dig till johannes.westberg@edu.uu.se. För mer info om nätverket, och dess tidigare utskick, se https://utbildningshistoria.wordpress.com/ som också samlar länkar till utbildningshistoriska forskningsmiljöer, föreningar, tidskrifter och skriftserier.

1. FEMTE EUROPEISKA SOMMARSKOLAN I UTBILDNINGSHISTORIA, 12–15 JUNI 2014 (UMEÅ)
2. CFP: UNIVERSITIES, INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETY (1914-1968)
3. CFP: THE COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL HISTORY OF SCHOOL ACCOUNTABILITY AND TESTING
4. CFP: ISCHE 36: EDUCATION, WAR AND PEACE (LONDON, JULY 2014)
5. UTBILDNINGSHISTORISKA OCH UTBILDNINGSSOCIOLOGISKA SEMINARIER I UPPSALA
6. UTBILDNINGSHISTORISKA SEMINARIER I UMEÅ
7. PUBLIKATIONER

1. FEMTE EUROPEISKA SOMMARSKOLAN I UTBILDNINGSHISTORIA, 12–15 JUNI 2014 (UMEÅ)
I sommar arrangeras den femte europeiska sommarskolan i utbildningshistoria av forskningsmiljön Historia med utbildningsvetenskaplig inriktning vid Umeå universitet (12–15/6 2014). Sommarskolan riktar sig till doktorander och nydisputerade med internationellt ledande utbildningshistoriker inbjudna för att kommentera texter och ge föreläsningar. Till Umeå kommer Ian Grosvenor, Catherine Burke, Frank Simon, Angelo van Gorp, Kate Rousmaniere och Daniel Lindmark.

Sommarskolan har tidigare hållits i Ghent, Birmingham, Lissabon och Hamburg och arrangeras av European Educational Research Association (EERA) och universiteten i Birmingham, Cambridge, Ghent och Umeå.

Call for Papers finns bifogat, och information finns även på EERA:s hemsida: http://www.eera-ecer.de/season-schools/histories-of-education-summer-school-2014/ där återfinns även ansökningsformulär. Antalet deltagare är begränsat till 30 och sista ansökningsdag är 31 december 2013.

2. CFP: UNIVERSITIES, INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETY (1914-1968) CFP: Universities, institutions and society (1914-1968): models of governance, careers, teaching and research practices compared – SISSCo National Seminar on the History of Universities; Scuola Normale Superiore 03.11.2013, Pisa, Piazza dei Cavalieri 7, 56126

Deadline paper proposal: 03.11.2013
In recent years, historians have devoted increasing attention to the study of university systems and of research and higher education institutions. A closer integration in topics and approaches of traditional intellectual history, sociology of culture and intellectual professions, and the study of institutions and public administration, is more and more frequently proposed in such research field.

However, until now the richest documentary surveys and the most thought-provoking reflections have been dedicated to the ‘long’ Nineteenth century, and especially to the European and global diffusion of the ‘Humboldtian’ model of research university. This conference, instead, will be centered on the key period from World War I, an event that disrupted traditional patterns of academic exchanges of competences, ideas, and personnel, to the widespread student protests for university reforms in the 1960s. In that period, the United States emerged as a global power in the production of advanced knowledge, while the quick and massive expansion in numbers of students, instructors and researchers required new models for an integrated organization of teaching and research activities. For these reasons, in several areas of the world, significant changes in the governance of academic systems and in the management of single institutions took place.

The conference will gather scholars from any country and field of specialization whose research work is relating to university systems and institutes for research and higher education from World War I to 1968. It aims at verifying to what extent a comparative and/or transnational study of international history of universities in the Twentieth century is possible. Proposals may take in consideration either specific case studies, national systems, or transnational dynamics. Among the key topics of the discussion, the following themes might be highlighted:
– People in universities: teachers, scholars, students, administrators.
– Disciplines and organization of studies. The emergence of new disciplines and their integration in existing teaching and study program; the role of administration and governance of academic institutions in the creation, promotion and consolidation of new areas of knowledge; ”nationalization” and ”denationalization” of patterns of production and transmission of knowledge.
– Funding and finance. Cooperation and competition of public authorities and private sector; cultural, political and social aims of the growing economic commitment in higher education.

Contributions from established scholars as well as junior researchers in all fields relevant to the broader subject, either in Italian or in English, are invited. Participants should submit a 300-word abstract of their proposed paper, a brief biographic note, and contact information, at the email address pisaconference2014@gmail.com, by November 3, 2013.

The conference will take place at Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa (Italy), on September 4-5, 2014. A selection of revised and enlarged conference papers will be collected and published in an edited volume for international circulation. For any further information, about the conference please contact either Andrea Mariuzzo (andrea.mariuzzo@gmail.com) or Paola Carlucci (p.carlucci@sns.it).

3. CFP: THE COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL HISTORY OF SCHOOL ACCOUNTABILITY AND TESTING
The current set of debates within national education systems includes significant discussion and enactment of school accountability mechanisms. While there is considerable variation among countries, the internationalization of test-based accountability is a significant and recent phenomenon. That broader pattern of accountability has a history that overlaps with both the history of testing and the broader relationship between schools and the nation and society in which they are embedded. Yet with a few exceptions, the discussion of the history of school accountability exists primarily in reference to individual nations.

A comparative and international history of school accountability can explore the relationships among individual national histories of accountability policy and discourse and broader questions of international trends and patterns. This is both a question of longer-term historical patterns and contemporary debates within the field of comparative education over the extent of broad international patterns of school change.

Education Policy Analysis Archives (EPAA) announces a call for papers for a special issue exploring the comparative and international history of school accountability and testing. The editors of the special issue seek manuscripts that address this history either at the national or at the international level. At the scale of individual societies, what have been important factors in that history? When examined comparatively, what has shaped international patterns and international variation? What repertoires of testing and accountability systems have been available for individual societies and national or local education systems? How have the limits of acceptable practices changed over the decades and centuries? How has the development of school accountability systems changed the relationship between formal schooling and broader cultures?

About the Journal: Celebrating its 20th year, EPAA is a peer-reviewed, open-access, international, multilingual, and multidisciplinary journal designed for researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and development analysts concerned with education policies. EPAA/AAPE accepts unpublished original manuscripts in English, Spanish and Portuguese without restriction as to conceptual and methodological perspectives, time or place.

Submission Information: All manuscripts should be submitted electronically through the EPAA website and follow the Journal’s submission guidelines: http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/. We will not consider manuscripts submitted for publication or published elsewhere.

Deadline: January 27th, 2014

Publication date: October 6th, 2014

Early submissions are encouraged.

Guest Editors: Sherman Dorn, University of South Florida, dorn@usf.edu; Christian Ydesen, Aalborg University, cy@learning.aau.dk

4. CFP: ISCHE 36: EDUCATION, WAR AND PEACE (LONDON, JULY 2014)
Call for papers
Proposals are invited for panels and for individual papers for ISCHE 36 in London in July 2014. You can read more about the Education, War and Peace theme here. Papers may be in English, French, German or Spanish. Panel proposals are especially encouraged (further details below). Abstracts must be a maximum of 500 words including bibliography.
(Please note that this is the main call for papers. To see the call for papers for the ISCHE Standing Working Group: Gender and Education, visit http://www.ische2014.org/call-for-papers/swggender.)
All proposals for the main conference must be submitted using the online submission form at https://www.conference-service.com/ische2014/welcome.cgi .
The deadline for the submission of paper and panel proposals is 30 November 2013. Applicants will be notified of the acceptance or rejection of proposals by 31 January 2014.
For those presenting papers and/or convening panels at the conference, the deadline for registration is 30 April 2014. Failure to register by this deadline will result in removal from the conference programme and book of abstracts.
Panel proposals should include threepapers from diverse research teams and different countries. Use the separate panel section of the online submission form. Each member of the panel should also submit her/his paper using the abstract submission form, following the instructions on the page.
For more information, see http://www.ische2014.org/.

5. UTBILDNINGSHISTORISKA OCH UTBILDNINGSSOCIOLOGISKA SEMINARIER I UPPSALA
Utbildningshistoriska och utbildningssociologiska seminarier i Uppsala finns listade på http://www.skeptron.uu.se/broady/sec/eve-13.htm. Utbildningshistoriska seminarier hålls i regel den första torsdagen varje månad, kl. 13-15.

För frågor om de utbildningshistoriska seminarierna, eller om ni vill ventilera papers på seminariet kommande termin, kontakta esbjorn.larsson@edu.uu.se eller johannes.westberg@edu.uu.se

6. UTBILDNINGSHISTORISKA SEMINARIER I UMEÅ
Seminariet ”Historia med utbildningsvetenskaplig inriktning”, onsdagar kl. 13.15-14.45, Norra beteendevetarhuset, Plan 3, Rum 3031.

I seminariet presenteras utbildningshistorisk och historiedidaktisk forskning. Det innefattar områden som fostran, bildning och utbildning samt historieämnets och andra skolämnens utformning och förmedling. Det innefattar också områden som historiekultur, historiemedvetande och historiebruk utanför i samhället i stort som del i skapandet av olika slags identiteter. För schema, se http://www.idesam.umu.se/digitalAssets/127/127739_seminarieschema-hiutbvet-ht13-2.pdf

7. PUBLIKATIONER
Buchardt, M., Markkola, P. & Valtonen, H. (eds.): Education, state and citizenship. A perspective in the Nordic Welfare State History, in NordWel Studies in Historical Welfare State Research: Helsinki 2013.

Hellström, Agnes (2013). Att vara utan att synas: [om riksinternaten Lundsberg, Sigtuna och Grenna]. Stockholm: Forum

Joakim Landahl & Christian Lundahl (2013) “(Mis-)Trust in Numbers: shape shifting and directions in the modern history of data in Swedish educational reform.” I Martin Lawn (red.) The Rise of Data in Education Systems. Collection, visualization and use. Oxford: Symposion books.

Paksuniemi, Merja, Satu Uusiautti, and Kaarina Määttä. ”From Teachers into Multiply Skilled Persons: How was Art Education Implemented at a Finnish Teacher Training College in 1921-1970?” _International Journal of Research Studies in Education_ 2(2)(2013): 71-82. Online open access here: http://www.consortiacademia.org/index.php/ijrse/article/view/143

Christian Ydesen, Educational testing as an accountability measure: drawing on twentieth-century Danish history of education experiences. Paedagogica Historica Vol. 49, Iss. 5, 2013

Morten Fink-Jensen & Charlotte Appel, Da læreren holdt skole. Tiden før 1780. Aarhus universitet, 2013.

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