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1. INFORMATION: DEN SJUENDE NORDISKE UTDANNINGSHISTORISKE KONFERANSEN
2. CALL FOR PAPERS: DISABILITY AND THE HISTORY OF EDUCATION
3. THE RESEARCHER AND HER ARCHIVE. MASTER CLASS WITH PROF. MARIA TAMBOUKOU
4. CONFERENCE: EDUCATIONAL ARCHITECTURE – EDUCATION, HERITAGE, CHALLENGES
5. NORDIC JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL HISTORY – 2018:1
6. CfP: HISTORY OF EDUCATION AT NERA 2019, UPPSALA
7. PUBLIKATIONER

1. INFORMATION: DEN SJUENDE NORDISKE UTDANNINGSHISTORISKE KONFERANSEN
Den sjuende nordiske utdanningshistoriske konferansen hölls i Trondheim, 19-20 september 2018. Konferensen, som hade mer än 100 deltagare, var mycket lyckat, med en bredd av sessioner, keynotes av Susanne Wiborg (London/NTNU) och Erling Sverdrup Sandmo (Oslo), och konferensmiddag som hölls i Herredssalen i Erkebispegården.

För mer information om konferensen se konferensens hemsida (https://www.ntnu.no/web/nordisk-utdanningshistorie-2018/hjem), och en översikt över denna och de andra konferenserna i serien återfinns här: https://utbildningshistoria.se/konferenser-workshops/

Deltagarna i konferensen är inbjudna att skicka in artiklar, baserade på sina presentationer, till Nordic Journal of Educational History. Deadline: 30 oktober 2018., se call for papers: https://www.ntnu.no/documents/1276973114/0/call-for-papers-conference+-2018.pdf/095004f8-bf3b-4dbb-8eef-905aa68bc266

Nästa konferens kommer att arrangeras 2021 av Christian Ydesen och Mette Buchardt i Ålborgs universitet, Danmark.

2. CALL FOR PAPERS: DISABILITY AND THE HISTORY OF EDUCATION
Call for Papers History of Education Quarterly Special Issue on: Disability and the History of Education. Edited by Jason Ellis, University of British Columbia and Kate Rousmaniere, Miami University, Ohio

“Disability is everywhere in history, once you begin looking for it,” Douglas Baynton has written, “but conspicuously absent in the histories that we write.” This special issue of History of Education Quarterly on Disability and the History of Education will render disability history more noticeably present in the field of educational history, building on and expanding beyond existing scholarship on the topic. The editors plan to publish 4-5 scholarly articles with an introductory historiographical essay by the two editors.

We are interested in proposals from any national context, transnational proposals, and proposals from any period of history. Proposals may address disability in any of the countless places it may be found in educational history—in schools and other institutions, families, informal educational settings, art, music, and literature, and in the metaphors that help to structure culture and society.

Topics may include, but are not limited to:
•The history of special education: its structures, legislation and case law, finance, teachers, curriculum and pedagogical methods, and technological aids.
•Approaches that follow the “new disability history” and take up disability as a justification for inequality along lines of race, gender, sexuality, class, and other identities; or, as a common metaphor for incapacity, incompetence, or brokenness in education.
•Biographical studies of people with disabilities in educational contexts: pupils, teachers and other professionals, children and adults. Disability history as a means to showcase the widest possible interpretation of disability in people’s lives, so as to portray people with disabilities in history as much more than mere diagnoses and labels but as historical actors in their own right, who encounter and make change, and who, as often as not, face barriers arising not from any physical incapacity they may have, but from the ways that societies, institutions, and individuals have historically dealt with people with disabilities
•Scholarship that employs the history of disability in education to inform practice or policy in the present, or to intervene in contemporary debates.
•Case studies of history of institutions or movements—disability history in the classroom; in the formal and informal lessons in hospitals, community institutions, and higher education; in the consciousness-raising spaces of political movements.
•Scholarship that draws on a “critical disability studies” approach in the social sciences, more traditional social histories, or other work from the range of theoretical or methodological traditions and approaches of the discipline of history.

Submissions And Deadlines
Article proposal (2-3 pages), or an abstract (500-750 words) are due December 1st 2018. All proposals or abstracts received will be workshopped with the special issue editors.

Please send proposals or abstracts to Kate Rousmaniere (Rousmak@miamiohio.edu) and Jason Ellis (j.ellis@ubc.ca)

The deadline for selecting complete papers is August 15th 2019. Articles received by this deadline will be sent out for peer review.

The editors will select 4-5 articles from those that successfully pass peer review in January 2020 and selected authors must return their revised or edited manuscripts by June 15th 2020.

The special issue will be published as the November 2020 issue (Vol. 60, no. 4)

Submissions should follow the guidelines established by HEQ. For author guidelines refer to http://journals.sfu.ca/heq/index.php/heq/about/submissions#authorGuidelines.

Please submit complete papers through http://journals.sfu.ca/heq/index.php/heq/index.

Please address inquiries about this call for papers to Kate Rousmaniere (Rousmak@miamiohio.edu) and Jason Ellis (j.ellis@ubc.ca)

General inquiries about the journal HEQ should be addressed to heqedit@uw.edu.

 

3. THE RESEARCHER AND HER ARCHIVE. MASTER CLASS WITH PROF. MARIA TAMBOUKOU
Graduate School, Arts at Aarhus University

Description:
What happens in the archive – and in research in general – when/where researchers engage in work with their sources? How are we influenced by time, space and materialities in our research – and how can we think about the choices and interpretations we make as part of complex intra-actions and intra-relations?
Professor Maria Tamboukou from University of East London has published several important and compelling articles on these and related questions during the last ten years. On 30 October 2018, prof. Tamboukou will visit Aarhus University and give a public lecture on ”“Doing Archival Research””. Following this lecture, she will conduct a master class, where she will engage in a dialogue with PhD-students concerning their work. The dialogue will encourage reflections concerning the ways in which we engage with and interpret our sources, whether found in the archive or elsewhere,
At the Danish Historian’s Annual Conference in August 2018 (Elsinore), prof. Tamboukou’s work formed the point of departure for a well-attended and stimulating session on ”The researcher’s cut and the historian’s archives”. This PhD course offers a unique chance to become acquainted with her thinking and to receive inspiration for new reflections about your own research.

More information and inspiration can be found on prof. Tamboukou’s webpage.
https://www.uel.ac.uk/staff/t/maria-tamboukou

Target group: For all PhD-students, especially in history, literary history, philosophy, and related disciplines

Language: English

Application deadline:
Please apply for a spot on the course via https://auws.au.dk/researcherandherarchiveE2018 no later than 3 October 2018.

For more information, see http://phdcourses.dk/Course/63477#.W6dRIvZuKmR

 

4. CONFERENCE: EDUCATIONAL ARCHITECTURE – EDUCATION, HERITAGE, CHALLENGES
The international conference on Educational Architecture – Education, Heritage, Challenges is a three-day conference to be held in Lisbon from 6-8 May, 2019, at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

Educational Architecture – Education, Heritage and Challenges is intended to be a forum for discussing the most recent innovations, trends and concerns in this area, as well as the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the planning and design of new and existing child-centred educational environments. It will discuss the current challenges and requirements faced by educational environments, focusing on different perspectives and scales of analysis, such as the role of the educational space within the local urban fabric, its impact on the local community, and the design of informal and formal educational spaces (spatial, functional and environmental quality; spatial organisation; furniture and equipment; etc.). It will also provide an interdisciplinary platform for leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholarship holders, as well as for educators, practitioners and, policymakers from different geographies and backgrounds, who will enjoy opportunities for discussion and mutual understanding, in the pursuit of common research goals.

The aim of this three-day conference – Educational Architecture – Education, Heritage, Challenges is to provide a forum for knowledge sharing in order to understand:
1) where specific individual and collective visions/policies originate from. Do they come from architects, pedagogues, head teachers or politicians?
2) design strategies, trends, values and problems, whose different experiences can inform current challenges.

Abstracts for papers (500-600 words) should be submitted online until 30 November 2018 through the following link.
For other information please contact through the following e-mail address: educational-architecture@civil.tecnico.ulisboa.pt

Important Dates
Final date for submission of abstracts: 30 November, 2018
Notification of acceptance of abstracts: 10 January, 2019
Registration: 31 January, 2019
Conference: May, 2019

For more information, see http://asap-ehc.tecnico.ulisboa.pt/conference/

5. NORDIC JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL HISTORY – 2018:1
Nordic Journal of Educational History’s nya nummer är nästan färdig för tryck. Läs de fyra artiklarna och den fullmatade recensionsavdelningen här: http://ojs.ub.umu.se/index.php/njedh/issue/view/9

Följande recensioner ingår i det kommande numret (för närvarande):

Review (Swedish): Fredrik Bertilsson, Frihetstida policyskapande: Uppfostringskommissionen och de akademiska konstitutionerna 1738–1766
Henrik Ågren

Review (Swedish): Jörgen Gustafsson, Historielärobokens föreställningar: Påbjuden identifikation och genreförändring i den obligatoriska skolan 1870–2000
Henrik Åström Elmersjö

Review (Danish): Peter Bernhardsson, I privat och offentligt: Undervisningen i moderna språk i Stockholm 1800–1880
Charlotte Appel

Review (Swedish): Tobias Dalberg, Mot lärdomens topp: Svenska humanisters och samhällsvetares ursprung, utbildning och yrkesbana under 1900-talets första hälft
Per Wisselgren

Review (English): Otso Kortekangas, Tools of teaching and means of managing
Stefan Johann Schatz

Review (English): Martin Malmström, Synen på skrivande: Föreställningar om skrivande i mediadebatter och gymnasieskolans läroplaner
Johan Samuelsson

Review (Swedish): Germund Larsson, Förbrytelser och förvisningar: Bestraffningssystemet i de svenska läroverken 1905–1961
Johanna Sköld

Review (Swedish): Nina Volckmar (red.), Utdanningshistorie: Grunnskolen som samfunns- integrerende institusjon
Ulf P. Lundgren

Review (Swedish): Viktor Aldrin, Skolavslutningar i kyrkan och spelet om religion i svensk skola
Olof Franck

Review (English): Sofia Kotilainen, Literary Skills as Local Intangible Capital: The History of a Rural Lending Library c. 1860–1920
Kerstin Rydbeck

Review (English): Christine Quarfood, Montessoris pedagogiska imperium: Kulturkritik och politik i mellankrigstidens Montessorirörelse
Emma Vikström

 

6. CfP: HISTORY OF EDUCATION AT NERA 2019, UPPSALA
Invitation to the NERA 2019 Congress.

On behalf of the NERA 2019 local organising committee at Uppsala University, I am pleased to invite you to attend and participate at the NERA Congress on March 6-8, 2019 at Uppsala University, Sweden.

The theme of the NERA 2018 Congress is: Education in a globalized world.

The call for abstracts is open, as of 15 September until 1 November 2018. Please submit your abstract and register for NERA 2019 at the congress website http://www.nera2019.com/.

Please direct any questions to the conference email nera2019@akademikonferens.se.

The network on historical research at the NERA is organized by Petter Sandgren, Stockholm University (petter.sandgren@edu.su.se).

We look forward to seeing you in Uppsala!

On the behalf of the Local organising committee
/Jonas Almqvist (chair)

 

7. PUBLIKATIONER
Hellstrand, Sandra (2018). Perceptions of the economics of apprenticeship in Sweden c. 1900, Scandinavian Economic History Review. https://doi.org/10.1080/03585522.2018.1511467

Nieminen, Marjo. ”Teachers’ Written School Memories and the Change to the Comprehensive School System in Finland in the 1970s.” Paedagogica Historica (2018): 1-24.

Sundevall, Fia, 2018, ”Money, Gender and Military Training: Women as Economic Agents in Military Affairs (Sweden 1924–1942)”, Militärhistorisk Tidskrift för 2017, s. 60-89

Wickman, Annicka, 2018, Filmen i försvarets tjänst: Undervisningsfilm i svensk militär utbildning 1920–1939. Diss. (Stockholm: Stockholms universitet, Humanistiska fakulteten, Institutionen för mediestudier)

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