1. SJÄTTE NORDISKA UTBILDNINGSHISTORISKA KONFERENSEN (KÖPENHAMN)
2. WORKSHOP OM BILDNINGSBEGREPPET (UMEÅ)
3. EXTENDED DEADLINE, 9 DECEMBER: ISCHE 2014 (LONDON)
4. PUBLIKATIONER

1. SJÄTTE NORDISKA UTBILDNINGSHISTORISKA KONFERENSEN (KÖPENHAMN)
Methods – Messages – Manifestations
Traditions and challenges in the history of education and childhood
The 6th Nordic Conference on the History of Education
The Department of Education, Aarhus University, Campus Emdrup, Copenhagen, 29 – 31 October 2014

Programme and call for papers
When schools and educational politics are on the agenda, so is inevitably, the history of education! An abundance of histories on childhood and institutions, on learning and discipline, and on schooling and school systems is present – directly or indirectly – when politicians, school leaders and teachers’ unions explain their positions, or even when schools and other educational institutions brand themselves.

Histories of education are also present on a more personal level. Because educational experiences form an important part of most childhoods, narratives of schools and other institutions, of teachers and learning environments, often play an essential role when individuals tell stories of their childhood or share memories of school years, which shaped their lives. Thus, histories of education and of childhood cannot be separated – neither from each other nor from the agendas of modern educational politics.

The year 2014 marks the bicentenary of the Danish School Act of 1814. As part of the commemorative celebrations, histories of education will be brought to the fore in a variety of settings. The commemoration is therefore an opportune occasion to reflect upon and discuss the ways in which the history of education is used in political and public contexts, as well as in more private and personal settings.

The 6th Nordic Conference on the History of Education (6NCHE) will explore the connections between past and present opinions on education and between histories of childhood and histories of schools and other educational institutions. The third day of the conference, 31st October, will be open to the public and research projects from the Scandinavian countries will be presented, the language will be a mix of English and the Scandinavian languages.

Keynotes
Professor Jane Humphries, University of Oxford, UK.: History from underneath: Girls growing up in the British industrial revolution

Professor Florian Waldow, Humboldt University Berlin: Using history or not? Legitimating educational agendas

More information at the conference website:
http://konferencer.au.dk/nordic-conference-on-the-history-of-education

2. WORKSHOP OM BILDNINGSBEGREPPET (UMEÅ)
Historia med utbildningsvetenskaplig inriktning vid Umeå universitet bjuder in till en work-shop om bildningsbegreppets aktualitet i rådande utbildningspolitiska klimat, 12–13 mars 2014. Verksamma forskare inom humaniora – i synnerhet doktorander – bjuds in att diskutera sin forskning i relation till bildningsbegreppet. Inbjudna forskare är Lars Lövlie, professor emeritus i pedagogisk filosofi, Universitetet i Oslo och Anders Burman, docent i idéhistoria, Södertörns högskola. Intresseanmälan och en preliminär rubrik skickas senast 15 december 2013, till Synne Myreböe (synne.myreboe@historia.umu.se), abstracts senast 15 januari 2014. Se även bifogad inbjudan: http://wp.me/a2K6cn-43

3. EXTENDED DEADLINE: ISCHE 2014 (LONDON)
Proposals are invited for panels and for individual papers for ISCHE 36. Papers should address the Education, War and Peace conference theme, which you can read more about here. Papers may be given in English, French, German or Spanish. Panel proposals are especially encouraged (further details below). Abstracts must be a maximum of 500 words including bibliography.

All proposals must be submitted using the online submission form.

The deadline for the submission of paper and panel proposals is now Monday 9 December 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.

För mer info: http://www.ische2014.org/call-for-papers

4. PUBLIKATIONER
Hammarström-Lewenhagen, B. (2013). Den unika möjligheten – en studie av den svenska förskolemodellen 1968-1998. (Doctoral dissertation). Stockholm: Department of Child and Youth Studies, Stockholm University. Fulltext: http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:su:diva-95880

Hovland, Brit Marie. ”From a Narrative of Suffering towards a Narrative of Growth: Norwegian History Textbooks in the Inter-War Period,” _Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research_ 57(6)(December 2013): 625-638.

Gisli Thorsteinsson, Brynjar Ólafsson, Otto Salomon in Nääs and his first Icelandic students in Nordic Sloyd, History of Education. Länk:

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