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1. CFP: ECER 2019: HISTORY OF EDUCATION IN TIMES OF RISK AND PROMISE
2. CfP: LITERARY CITIZENSHIP (OSLO)
3. CfP: ISCHE 2019 (PORTO): SPACES AND PLACES OF EDUCATION
4. CfA: 10th HISTORY OF EDUCATION DOCTORAL SUMMER SCHOOL (LIVERPOOL)
5. ETTÅRIG FORSKARTJÄNST I UTBILDNINGSHISTORIA (UPPSALA)
6. NORDIC JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL HISTORY 2018:1 – FÄRSKT NUMMER!
7. PUBLIKATIONER

1. CFP: ECER 2019: HISTORY OF EDUCATION IN TIMES OF RISK AND PROMISE
The ECER-conference is held in Hamburg, 3-6 September 2019.

The role, state and position of education have always been subject to societies’ conditions. The contemporary situation is characterised by seemingly fundamental changes – and struggles. Historically, however, education has often faced uncertainties, “risks”, and new possibilities. This is true also for history of education as a discipline and related researcher “identities”.

Network 17 invites proposals for the European Conference on Educational Research, which will be held at the University of Hamburg, Germany. Proposals for papers, symposia, roundtables, workshops and posters can be submitted via the ECER website. The Network is open to any contribution related to the conference theme.

Network 17 welcomes proposals for papers, panels and posters, but especially also roundtables and workshops. The Network is open to any contribution related to the conference theme.

Deadline for abstract submissions: 31 January

Contact person: Iveta Kestere (iveta.kestere(at)lu.lv)

For more information, see https://eera-ecer.de/networks/17-histories-of-education/ecer-2019-nw-17-special-call/nw-17-histories-of-education-history-of-education-in-times-of-risk-and-promise/

2. CfP: LITERARY CITIZENSHIP (OSLO)
25–27 September 2019, National Library of Norway, Oslo

The history of the book is one of global and complex encounters, and the book trade has from its very outset been a transnational enterprise. Today, in part due to digitization, the production, distribution and consumption of books are becoming increasingly international, as books are made accessible worldwide. How does this tangle of transnational and transmedial characteristics inform the way we understand and study books and other printed materials? In what ways do local and global conditions shape what may be termed literary citizenship; how the act of writing, publishing and reading can foster social identity and agency?

The concluding conference of Literary Citizens of the World (LitCit), an international research project financed by the Research Council of Norway and hosted by the National Library, will be held in Oslo 25–27 September 2019. The conference is one in a series of events marking the 500th anniversary of printed books in Norway. The first ‘Norwegian’ book was printed in Paris in 1519, in Latin. Today, most ‘Norwegian’ books are printed in the Baltics, and the holdings of the National Library are digitized and made publicly accessible from around the world. The intermediate 500 years of Norwegian book history display similar transnational and transmedial characteristics.

We welcome papers (20 min) that explore aspects of both the local and the transnational nature and impact of the book or other printed materials. Our interests are historical as well as contemporary, and we welcome topics related to Norway, the Nordic countries or beyond, from the 16th century onwards. We also invite reflections on how the history of information packaging and control, (re)distribution, entertainment, reading practices and reading communities can help us to reflect on similar patterns and phenomena shaping society today. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

*literary citizenships: reading cultures, readerships, print cultures, the public sphere
*migrating books: translations, adaptations, transactions, trajectories, exchanges
*the book industry: book trade, production, promotion, consumption, distribution
*the materiality of books: print, illustrations, binding, media, digital culture
*the politics of books: contexts, censorship, copyright, usages of books

We are pleased to announce our keynote speakers:
*Roger Chartier, Professor of Early Modern European History and Culture, at École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris, Collège de France in Paris and the University of Pennsylvania
*Ann Thomson, Professor of European Intellectual History at the European University Institute in Florence
*Daniel Bellingradt, Professor at the Institute for the Study of the Book at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Submission guidelines
Deadline for submission of abstracts (200–300 words): 15 February 2019
Notification of acceptance: 31 March 2019
Paper presentations should not exceed 20 minutes. Please email abstracts, or any enquiries regarding the programme, to litcit@nb.no
Papers from the conference may be submitted for an edited volume, due to be published in 2020/2021.
For more information about the project and the conference, please visit Literary Citizens of the World. Tracing the Transnational Crossroads of Books in Early Modern Norway.
We look forward to seeing you at the Literary Citizenship conference in Oslo!
Sincerely,

The LitCit organising committee:
Ruth Hemstad (National Library of Norway), Janicke S. Kaasa (University of Oslo) and Ellen Krefting (University of Oslo)

3. CfP: ISCHE 2019 (PORTO): SPACES AND PLACES OF EDUCATION
The terms ‘space’ and ‘place’ convey a myriad of meanings and connotations that should not be understood as one-dimensional, isolated, static, or immutable, but rather as terms to be understood within the framework of social relations and situated historically. The conference seeks to engage with a “spatial turn” in education attentive to the existence of multiple spaces (transversal, intersected, aligned, paradoxical, antagonistic, imagined, and virtual, for example). No matter the theoretical framework, this perspective invites scholars to address how contextualized and multi-scaled analyses of physical, conceptual, or imagined spaces and/or places can contribute to the history of education. In this fashion, ISCHE 41 encourages scholars to analyse a wide range of issues (social, cultural, political, economic, technological, pedagogical, material and subjective) that explain the production and organization of the public space of education, while also considering how educational actors read, experience and respond to specific contexts.

Themes
The organizers welcome topics that address the following themes (including transversal approaches), included under the conference’s general theme:
• Nations, Empires and the geopolitics of knowledge and education
• Circulations and connections: local, (trans)national and global cartographies
• Contrasting spaces: urban/rural; center/periphery; metropole/empire
• Material, textual, imagined and virtual spaces of education
• Educational places: memories, sensory and emotional experiences, interpretations
• Spaces of critique: alternative educations and pedagogies
• The politics of place: authority, citizenship, democracy, gender and empowerment

For more information, see https://www.fpce.up.pt/ische2019/call.html

4. CfA: 10th HISTORY OF EDUCATION DOCTORAL SUMMER SCHOOL (LIVERPOOL)
This conference invites applications from postgraduate students in the history of Education with an interest in the histories of educational spaces and discourses and new ways of working with images, artefacts, and archives. Leading international historians of education will give lectures and workshops, and offer advice concerning the research process. There will be opportunities for students to discuss their dissertation projects with fellow doctoral candidates and receive comments from prominent scholars in the field.

Tutors: Heather Ellis (University of Sheffield, UK), Joyce Goodman (University of Winchester, UK), Ian Grosvenor and Siân Roberts (University of Birmingham, UK), Rebecca Rogers (Université Paris Descartes, France), Frank Simon (Ghent University, Belgium), Angelo Van Gorp (University of Koblenz-Landau, Campus Landau, Germany).

Local organisers: Geert Thyssen (chair), Craig Hammond, David Clampin, Jess Delaney, Ellen Thacker

Closing date for applications is 31 December 2018. Successful applicants will be notified in February 2019.

More information?
Contact Angelo Van Gorp (vangorp@uni-landau.de) for queries regarding application, eligibility and selection criteria; Geert Thyssen (g.thyssen@ljmu.ac.uk) for queries on practical issues, e.g. regarding travel, accommodation and venue.

See also: https://www.ische.org/call-for-applications-10th-hedss/

5. ETTÅRIG FORSKARTJÄNST I UTBILDNINGSHISTORIA (UPPSALA)
Arbetsuppgifter: Forskning inom ramen för institutionens forskningsmiljöer inom utbildningshistoria. I arbetsuppgifterna ingår i huvudsak forskning, författande av forskningsartiklar och rapporter, att söka externa forskningsmedel inom forskningsfältet, samt viss administration. Anställningen förutsätter en kontinuerlig närvaro vid institutionen, aktivt deltagande i seminarieverksamhet, fortlöpande presentation av egen forskning. I tjänsten kan undervisning upp till 20 % förkomma.

Kvalifikationskrav: Behörig att anställas är den som har avlagt doktorsexamen eller har uppnått motsvarande vetenskaplig kompetens inom forskningsfältet, har visat pedagogisk skicklighet samt har de personliga egenskaper som krävs för att fullfölja anställningen väl. Den sökande skall ha dokumenterad förmåga att bedriva självständig forskning och god förmåga att uttrycka sig väl i tal och skrift.

Meriterande: Särskilt meriterande är egen historisk forskning av betydelse för det utbildningshistoriska området.

Välkommen med din ansökan senast den 12 december 2018

För mer information, se http://edu.uu.se/institutionen/jobba-hos-oss/?positionId=239181

6. NORDIC JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL HISTORY 2018:1
Första numret av Nordic Journal of Educational History för 2018 finns nu tillgängligt i pdf på: http://ojs.ub.umu.se/index.php/njedh/issue/viewIssue/9/11

Innehåll:
Tidlige skoleforbindelser: Svensk-norsk ideutveksling på skolens område rundt midten av det 19. århundre og dannelsen av tekstkulturer over kjølen, Merethe Roos

Vocational Education and Industrial Relations: Sweden 1910–1975, Tobias Karlsson, Fay Lundh Nilsson, Anders Nilsson

(Inter)nationalistisk folkbildning: Säkerhetspolitik, nationalism och opinionsbildning i den svenska folkhögskolans mobilisering för utvecklingsfrågor 1950–1969, Sofia Österborg Wiklund

Differentiation of Students in the Early Danish Welfare State: Professional Entanglements Between Educational Psychologists and Psychiatrists, Christian Ydesen, Bjørn Hamre, Karen E. Andreasen

Narratives of Sámi School History in Finland: The Histories of Assimilation Made Visible, Jukka Nyyssönen

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

7. PUBLIKATIONER
Grunditz, Sofia. (2018). Vilan i förskolan 1910-2013: Visuella material och visuell metodologi. Stockholms universitet, Stockholm. http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:su:diva-161336

Karcher, Nicole, Kampen om skolen: nazifisering og lærernes motstand i det okkuperte Norge. Dreyers forl., 2018. https://www.haugenbok.no/Generell-litteratur/Historie/Kampen-om-skolen/I9788282654555

Karlsohn T. Digital Technology and Rhetoric in Swedish Educational History. Uppsala: Institutionen för idé- och lärdomshistoria; 2018. Available from: http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:uu:diva-360578

Karlsson Sjögren, Åsa, Esbjörn Larsson & Stefan Rimm (2018): Agents and subjects: schooling and conceptions of citizenship in early nineteenth-century Sweden, History of Education (published online) https://doi.org/10.1080/0046760X.2018.1541482

Malmström, Martin (2018), ”Kan våra studenter svenska? En undersökning av gymnasisters lösningar av det centrala/nationella provets skrivdel 1976-2012”, EDUCARE 2018:2. https://ojs.mau.se/index.php/educare/article/view/378/353

Westberg, Johannes, “Från natura- till penninghushållning? Den svenska folkskolans finansiering, 1840–1900”, Historisk tidskrift 2018, no. 4: 619–648.

Wiell, Karolina (2018). Bad mot Lort och Sjukdom: Den privathygieniska utvecklingen i Sverige 1880–1949. Diss. Uppsala : Uppsala universitet, 2018

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