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1. PÅMINNELSE: 9 DOKTORANDTJÄNSTER I UTBILDNINGSHISTORISK FORSKARSKOLA
2. KUNSKAPSHISTORISK SOMMARSKOLA, AUGUSTI 2020
3. CfP: UNIVERSITIES IN EUROPE: COMMON CONTEXTS AND LOCAL PECULIARITIES (WORKSHOP)
4. TRE-ÅRIGT STIPENDIUM: HISTORISK ORIENTERT PROSJEKT OM LÆRERNES KUNNSKAPSBASE (OSLO)
5. CfP: WAR AND EDUCATION
6. PUBLIKATIONER

1. PÅMINNELSE: 9 DOKTORANDTJÄNSTER I UTBILDNINGSHISTORISK FORSKARSKOLA
De 9 doktorandtjänsterna i forskarskolan med inriktning mot tillämpad utbildningshistoria, ligger nu sedan en tid ute på: https://appliedhistoryofeducation.school.blog/ Mer information finns där också om forskarskolans inriktning. Sprid gärna till eventuella sökanden! Notera att utlysningarna också finns på engelska på: https://appliedhistoryofeducation.school.blog/calls-for-positions/

2. KUNSKAPSHISTORISK SOMMARSKOLA, AUGUSTI 2020
Den 24–27 augusti 2020 arrangeras för första gången Kunskapshistorisk sommarskola vid Centrum för kunskapshistoria, Lunds universitet (LUCK).

Sommarskolan kommer att ge fördjupande orientering i det expanderande fältet kunskapshistoria och vänder sig till doktorander och nydisputerade. Arbetsspråket kommer att vara skandinaviska (svenska/danska/norska) och vi välkomnar sökande med historiska intressen från alla humanistiska och samhällsvetenskapliga ämnen.

Ansökningar skickas till sommarskolans koordinator anton.jansson@hist.lu.se senast den 15 mars 2020. För mer information om sommarskolan se https://newhistoryofknowledgecom.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/kunskapshistorisk-sommarskola-2020.pdf

3. CfP: UNIVERSITIES IN EUROPE: COMMON CONTEXTS AND LOCAL PECULIARITIES (WORKSHOP)

X Héloïse Workshop – European Network on Digital Academic History
Bologna 3-5 September 2020
Universities in Europe: common contexts and local peculiarities through source analysis
(origins – twentieth century)

For ten years now, the Héloïse project has brought together scholars working in areas of research on the History of Universities employing information technologies to collect and analyze data. This year, the workshop proposes conducting a general survey of the progress made by the ongoing research, calling on the scientific community for papers that will represent the main theme of the workshop, which is to place emphasis on the variety of sources employed, institutional and non, as well as papers presenting new projects and potential cross-boundary research collaborations.

Pursuing a common pathway within the university system by employing information tools typical to the Héloïse group would not be possible without a clear awareness of what brings together and what differentiates the various European experiences. Until now, the different research groups have addressed these experiences individually, and a fundamental step in the research process is to analyze both the sources currently employed as well as potential sources. The structuring of a common research project requires a preliminary step to identify a clear and, as far as possible, defined subject of enquiry. A panorama of the history of European universities spanning a long period, like that undertaken by the Héloïse research network, includes moments of continuity and rupture, common elements and local peculiarities. Universities were born in Europe and they represent a common and distinctive feature of a continent particularly fragmented during the medieval and modern periods. They are also characterized by temporal and spatial features, changes due to the exchange of people, ideas, knowledges, and institutional profiles, as well as cultural content and functions.

Taking these considerations into account, we propose dedicating the X Héloïse workshop to new materials and methods for the study of academic prosopography from the Middle Ages to the present day. To achieve this aim, we suggest certain themes we believe to be important in light of the considerations outlined above:

• databases and historiography:
• databases and computer languages:
• sources for the History of Universities:

Scholars wishing to participate at the workshop are required to submit an abstract on their proposed theme (1,000-1,500 characters) no later than 31 March 2020 to the Scientific Committee sending an email to: cisui.redazione@unibo.it (Dr. Ilaria Maggiulli).

By 15 May 2020, an initial draft of the workshop calendar will be presented and participants will be sent a relative form to arrange their travel and stay (arrival, departure, overnight stays, meals).

For further information about the Héloïse network, please visit: https://heloise.hypotheses.org/ and http://heloisenetwork.eu/.
For further information about Cisui, please visit: https://centri.unibo.it/cisui/it
For more info on the workshop: https://centri.unibo.it/cisui/it/agenda/call-for-papers

4. TRE-ÅRIGT STIPENDIUM: HISTORISK ORIENTERT PROSJEKT OM LÆRERNES KUNNSKAPSBASE (OSLO)
Ved Senter for profesjonsstudier, OsloMet (Oslo Metropolitan University ) er det ledig en treårig stilling som stipendiat på et historisk orientert prosjekt om lærernes kunnskapsbase. Doktorgradsstipendet er en del av prosjektet «Renewed Perspectives on Research Use in Education (REPOSE)», finansiert av Norges forskningsråd. Stipendiaten skal jobbe innenfor prosjektets arbeidspakke 3, «Pedagogisk forskning, lærerutdanning og ‘kunnskap for endring’», som studerer samspillet mellom pedagogikk og lærerutdanning fra mellomkrigstiden til i dag. Søknadsfrist 15. mars 2020.

Utlysningsteksten finner du her: https://www.oslomet.no/om/ledige-stillinger/stipendiat-i-profesjonsstudier2

5. CfP: WAR AND EDUCATION
Eds.: Bernhard Hemetsberger (University of Vienna, Austria), Frank Jacob (Nord University, Norway), Sebastian Engelmann (University of Tübingen, Germany)

Wars are disruptions in social life and usually determine changes in many different ways. Education on the other hand, at least since the age of Enlightenment, has been in charge of addressing, even solving social problems for a better future. Both of these elements of human history are, however, closes interconnected. Education is here understood comprehensively as an intergenerational socially directed activity, found in different non-/institutionalized settings and periods, reflected upon in paradigmatic and ordinary categories. Bodies as well as minds are addressed in educative settings alike. The planned anthology to be published in 2021 by Schöningh/Brill as a contribution to the series War (Hi) Stories will highlight educational issues in their respective relation to war, not only from a historical, but especially from a cultural perspective.

Therefore, papers should address questions related to one of the following main categories of interest:

1. education for war: The ‘production’ of able bodies and ‘ready’ minds to win a possible conflict is recurrently seen in pre-war periods. Public discourse and political propaganda that address education are of special interest for its materialization and sedimentation.
2. wartime education: In order to compensate, maintain or (re)direct social order, as resembled by signs of deterioration and resistance, wars are evoked and still penetrate educative settings and demand a reconsideration of pedagogical aims and values.
3. post-war periods: Chapters in this section could analyze the social handling of victory or defeat in educational settings, including inter alia reform programs, reeducation programs or pedagogical innovations

The volume will address these three main categories, although proposals can be sent for theoretical and methodical approaches alike, as well as for all possible historical periods and geographical contexts.

The deadline for submitting a proposal (short paper-abstract, max. 500 words with a reference to at least one of the three categories, and a short bio) is May 1, 2020. Proposals should be sent to Dr. Sebastian Engelmann:
sebastian.engelmann@uni-tuebingen.de

A first response about acceptance will be sent by May 15, 2020. Final papers, ranging between 6,000 and 8,500 words should be submitted by August 31, 2020.

Contact Info:
Sebastian Engelmann, Tübingen University sebastian.engelmann@uni-tuebingen.de
Frank Jacob, Nord University frank.jacob@nord.no
Contact Email: frank.jacob@nord.no

6. PUBLIKATIONER
de Coninck-Smith, Ning, ”Transnational arkitektoniske møder. Unesco og skolebyggeri i Asien 1960-1972”, Tidskriftet kulturstudier 2019:2. http://tidsskriftetkulturstudier.dk/tidsskriftet/2019-2/2-december/transnationale-arkitektoniske-moder/

Lilliedahl, Jonathan (2020): Specialised music classes in comprehensive education: a case study of the Swedish shift from social-democratic uniformity to neoliberal diversity, Journal of Educational Administration and History, DOI: 10.1080/00220620.2020.1718620

Westberg, Johannes (2020) Combining Global and Local Narratives: A New Social History of the Expansion of Mass Education?, European Education, https://doi.org/10.1080/10564934.2020.1727750