1. FEMBANDS-VERKET “DANSK SKOLEHISTORIE”
2. THE TEACHER EDUCATION POLICY IN EUROPE (TEPE) NETWORK 2014 CONFERENCE (ZAGREB)
3. CFP: NATIONAL IDENTITY AND CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION: HISTORY OF EDUCATION & CHILDREN’S LITERATURE
4. CFP: HISTORY OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (ZURICH)
5. CFP: SCIENCE FOR CHILDREN: EUROPEAN SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE (LISBON)
6. PRISAD UTBILDNINGSHISTORIKER: JULIA NORDBLAD
7. SYMPOSIUM IN HONOUR OF PROF. DAVID MITCH (UPPSALA)
8. PUBLIKATIONER

1. FEMBANDS-VERKET “DANSK SKOLEHISTORIE”
De første to bind af fembindsværket Dansk skolehistorie. Hverdag, vilkår og visioner gennem 500 år, redigeret af Charlotte Appel og Ning de Coninck-Smith, er nu udkommet.

-Bind 1. Charlotte Appel og Morten Fink-Jensen: Da læreren holdt skole. Tiden før 1780
-Bind 2. Christian Larsen, Erik Nørr og Pernille Sonne: Da skolen tog form. 1780-1850

De sidste tre bind vil udkomme i løbet af 2014.
Projektet er finansieret af Carlsbergfondet, og bogværket udgives af Aarhus Universitetsforlag, hvor bøgerne kan bestilles:
http://da.unipress.dk/bogserier/dansk-skolehistorie/

Læs mere om selve projektet på hjemmesiden: http://edu.au.dk/forskning/projekter/danskskolehistorie/

2. THE TEACHER EDUCATION POLICY IN EUROPE (TEPE) NETWORK 2014 CONFERENCE (ZAGREB)
Dear Colleagues,
We are inviting you to participate in the Teacher Education Policy in
Europe (TEPE) Network 2014 conference ”Overcoming Fragmentation in Teacher
Education Policy and Practice” which will be held from 15 – 17 May 2014 in
Zagreb, Croatia.
The conference aims to explore fragmentation within and across teacher
education policy and practice, encouraging discussions on the following
themes:
– Overcoming fragmentation by linking the educational sciences with
subject methodologies
– Overcoming fragmentation between university faculty and school-based
teacher educators
– Overcoming fragmentation by bridging the gap between initial teacher
education, induction and continuous professional development
– Overcoming fragmentation by embedding the European dimension within
national contexts

The deadline for abstract submission is 3rd February 2014 and notification
of acceptance will be sent to the corresponding author by 31st March 2014.
The TEPE 2014 conference is co-organized by the Faculty of Teacher
Education, University of Zagreb and the Institute for Social Research –
Zagreb / Centre for Educational Research and Development.
More detailed information on the TEPE 2014 conference is available on the
conference website: www.idi.hr/tepe2014/<http://www.idi.hr/tepe2014/&gt;
Looking forward to your contribution and participation!
TEPE 2014 Organization Committee

3. CFP: THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE JOURNAL «HISTORY OF EDUCATION & CHILDREN’S LITERATURE»
Nineteenth- and twentieth-century schools as a laboratory for the promotion of national identity and citizenship education.
Call for Papers for the 10th anniversary of the journal «History of Education & Children’s Literature» (2006-2015)

In 2015, on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of its foundation, the journal «History of Education & Children’s Literature» aims to publish a special monographic issue in which Authors are invited to address the theme: Nineteenth- and twentieth-century schools as a laboratory for the promotion of national identity and citizenship education.
Special attention will be paid, under this respect, to contributions that – on the base of the specific reality of each country and continent, and with reference to the political, social and cultural contexts that characterized the international scenario of the XIX and XX centuries – will deal with: school teaching programs in various domains (national literature and language, religion, history, geography, civics, law and so on); manuals and reading books for schools; school exercise books; finally, didactic aids used in the classroom (billboards, wall maps etc.); and all intended as sources and tools for promoting a sense of national identity as well as the concept of citizenship in pupils of schools of all levels.
The call for papers is open to scholars and researchers from countries around the world, and particularly to historians of education and historians of schools who work in universities and specialised research centres in diverse continents.
Individual proposals, describing original and previously unpublished work, will be reviewed by a Scientific Committee especially established for the purpose and chaired by the Editor-in-Chief of the journal «History of Education & Children’s Literature»; at the end of the evaluation process, the selected papers will be published within the monographic section of a special issue which will be printed out during the year 2015.

Proposal submission
Authors are invited to present via email a proposal (in form of abstract) that should be submitted to the following email address: roberto.sani@unimc.it within the deadline of February 28, 2014. The abstract should not exceed 1,000 characters (spaces included) and can be written in one of the following languages: English, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and German. The proposals must be equipped with the personal data of Authors, including the institution affiliation (University, Research centre etc.) and the position held, the personal email address and any other useful address for the purposes of the present Call for Papers. Applicants will be notified of the Committee’s decision of acceptance or rejection of proposals by March 31, 2014.

Paper submission
Selected authors of accepted proposals are asked to submit the definitive and electronic version of their papers to the email address: roberto.sani@unimc.it within the closing date December 31, 2014. Regular papers – supplied with an abstract and with (at least) five keywords – must be written in English (texts in different languages will be rejected) and should not exceed 60,000 characters (spaces included).

Guidelines for Authors
As regards the formatting guidelines and the citation style, Authors should strictly adhere to the Editorial Rules set out for authors and contributors of the journal «History of Education & Children’s Literature», and which can be freely downloaded from the web page For Authors in the journal’s website: <http://www.hecl.it/en>.
For further information regarding the present call for papers please do not hesitate to contact the Direction of the journal (roberto.sani@unimc.it).

4. CFP: HISTORY OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (ZURICH)
History of Vocational Education and Training (VET): Cases, Concepts and Challenges: International Research Conference
University of Zurich in cooperation with the University of Potsdam, September 8th and 9th, 2014

The Chair for Vocational Education and Training and Teacher Training of the
University of Zurich in cooperation with the Chair for Theory and Research
in Education of the University of Potsdam
invite contributions to their historical international research conference,
which will address the following topics:
– Cases which stress specific developments or problems of VET in a certain
country or region,
– Concepts which are discussing theoretical approaches towards
this phenomenon and
– Challenges which are contextualizing the historical perspective in
a topical policy context.

Conference Committee:
Prof. Philipp Gonon (Chair for VET and Teacher Training, University of
Zurich, Switzerland)
Dr. Esther Berner (Chair for Theory and Research in Education, University
of Potsdam, Germany)
Conference Organisation: For any correspondence: Jennifer Keller & Lea Zehnder vethistory@ife.uzh.ch

För mer information, se http://www.sgbf.ch/aktuelles/CfP_VEThistory.pdf

5. CFP: SCIENCE FOR CHILDREN: EUROPEAN SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE (LISBON)
Science for Children: CALL FOR PAPERS for a session at the ESHS
Conference, Lisbon, 4-6 September 2014.

Science for children has often been enmeshed with moral, religious and
social agendas in more or less obvious ways. In this sense, understanding
the way science has been communicated to the youngest can offer insights
into how science has been used for shaping tomorrow’s citizens. Did these
campaigns really contribute to strengthening the technological foundations
of modern societies? What do we actually know about the means, the actors,
the strategies, the contexts, and the outcomes surrounding science
communication targeted at a pre-teenage audience in various places and at
various times? While research on popular science has made significant
progress in the last decades, science for children is a topic that is, with
few exceptions, largely understudied. This session intends to bundle the
existing approaches and bringing people with various backgrounds together
to discuss “science for children” from a historical perspective.

Participants are invited to address issues such as:
– Sources: Books, juvenile encyclopedias, comics, serials, sticker
collections, newspapers, science toys and games, television programs and
films for children. Science topics covered. Ways of representing science.
Popular science books for children versus popular science books for
adults.
– Reception: Children as an audience: children´s reception of popular
science books in public libraries. Children´s reception of television
science shows. Preferred topics.
– Actors: Children as authors. Ways of representing science. Editors and
educators. Parents and politicians.
– Institutions: Science education for children (curricula, text books).
Science clubs, science fairs and science museums for children.
– Strategies: Popular science books versus school science textbooks for
children. Opening minds to new ideas versus framing minds for learning?
Iconography, literary styles, rhetorical devices and types of discourse
used in science texts for children.
– Ideologies: Influence of political, religious, moral and social codes
on the way science is communicated to children.
– International circulation and local appropriation.
This call is open for other tantalizing questions. Please, feel free to
make your contribution.

Deadline for submission of paper proposals: 1 January 2014
Please send me an abstract in English (maximum 400-words, including title,
name(s) & affiliation(s) of the author(s)) (isabel.zilhao@gmail.com).

6. PRISAD UTBILDNINGSHISTORIKER: JULIA NORDBLAD
Nätverket gratulerar Julia Nordblad, för närvarande vikarierande lektor i utbildningshistoria vid lärarutbildningen i Uppsala, som denna höst har tilldelats Stiftelsen Övralids pris till Kate Bangs minne, för avhandlingen ”Jämlikhetens villkor: demos, imperium och pedagogik i Bretagne, Tunisien, Tornedalen och Lappmarken, 1880-1925” (Göteborgs universitet). Detta pris är ett av Sveriges största pris till unga humanistiska forskare, och delas ut i samarbete med Linköpings universitet. Prissumman är 100 tkr.

Prismotiveringen lyder: ”För att hon med analytisk skärpa och historisk inlevelse skildrat hur man runt sekelskiftet 1900 hanterade frågor om demokrati, jämlikhet, integration och mångfald och för att hon tankeväckande påvisat hur detta förflutna pyr i vår samtid.”

Om stiftelsen Övralid, se http://www.ovralid.net/

7. SYMPOSIUM IN HONOUR OF PROF. DAVID MITCH (UPPSALA)
Wednesday 22 January, 09.15-12.00.
Department of Education, 12:128
För mer info, se http://www.skeptron.uu.se/broady/sec/eve-14.htm#mitch

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Short introduction
Johannes Westberg

”How money makes academics go around: The impact of private and public funding on Swedish international academic exchange”
Andreas Åkerlund

The Economic Landscape of Swedish Higher Education, 1998-2006
Martin Gustavsson & Andreas Melldahl

Coffee-break

Monitorial Education and Literacy: a Study of Educational Change in the 1820s
Esbjörn Larsson

Teachers’ homesteads and the funding of mass education, c. 1838-1900
Johannes Westberg

The financing of Swedish popular education, 1872–1991: Economic governance, standards and practices between the public and voluntary sectors
Anne Berg, Samuel Edquist

The Field of Stockholm Upper Secondary Education: Analysing the Effects of School Choice Policy on Social Structure and School Competition
Håkan Forsberg

Concluding comments by prof. David Mitch
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8. PUBLIKATIONER
Hultén, Magnus, ‘Technology for all: turning a keyword into a school subject in post-war Sweden’, in History of Education (Routledge, 2013). Se DOI:10.1080/0046760X.2013.832410

Keld Grinder-Hansen: Den gode, den onde og den engagerede. 1000 år med den danske lærer. (Muusmann Forlag, 2013).

Sjöberg, J. & Andersson, M. (Eds.). (2013). Till häst: Ridundervisningen vid Uppsala universitet 350 år. Uppsala: Uppsala universitet. För information om boken, se lite info om boken: http://www.svd.se/kultur/understrecket/den-adlaste-vannen-vid-universitetet_8571068.svd

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