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1. NYTT NUMMER NJEdH: THE NATION STATE AND THE COMPETITION STATE IN NORDIC EDUCATION
2. CfP: EXPLORING THE HISTORY OF KNOWLEDGE(S) AND EDUCATION
3. ISCHE 42 (ÖREBRO): ONLINE
4. PUBLIKATIONER

1. NYTT NUMMER NJEdH: THE NATION STATE AND THE COMPETITION STATE IN NORDIC EDUCATION
Nordic Journal of Educational History, vol. 7 No. 2 (2020): Special Issue: International Interactions – the Nation State and the Competition State in Nordic Education

Innehåll:
Pilgrims and Missionaries of Social Peace: Geneva and Pontigny as Sites of Scandinavian Internationalism in Late Interwar Europe, Andreas Mørkved Hellenes

Between Nordism and Nationalism: The Methods of the Norden Associations’ Educational Efforts, 1919–1965, Henrik Åström Elmersjö

Adelskap forplikter: Norges deltakelse i Unescos skoleforsøk 1953–1959, Christian Sæle

When Myth-Building Meets Nation-Branding: Fabricating the “Swedish Educational Model” in French Media Discourse (1964–2019), Piero Colla

A Competition State Perspective on the Development of Swedish Policies for Internationalisation of Higher Education and Research 1960s–2010s
Andreas Åkerlund

Artiklarna är fritt tillgängliga: https://journals.ub.umu.se/index.php/njedh/issue/view/18

2. CfP: EXPLORING THE HISTORY OF KNOWLEDGE(S) AND EDUCATION
Special issue of the Nordic Journal of Educational History, to be published in 2022. The history of education has traditionally focused on formal schooling and compulsory education, but in recent years the field has broadened its scope to the study of other institutions and less formal arenas of education. Meanwhile, the history of knowledge has emerged as a new and vital scholarly field examining the production, mediation, circulation and contestation of different forms of knowledge in society. From a disciplinary perspective, the history of knowledge has primarily developed in relation to the history of science and ideas, but issues concerning the distribution of different forms of knowledge, as well as the institutions and actors that shape knowledge, are also at the heart of the history of education.

For this special issue of the Nordic Journal of Educational History, we invite contributions that explore the historical relationship between knowledge and education in different periods and social contexts. By bringing researchers from these expanding subfields of historical inquiry together, our aim is to develop new perspectives that may enhance our understanding of knowledge and education in the past. We seek submissions that discuss empirical cases or address new theoretical and methodological approaches to the historical study of knowledge and education. While Northern Europe is the geographical focus of the journal, contributions may deal with any period or geographical area. Contributions may address one or more of the following themes:
• the relationship between knowledge and power in the history of education
• the agency of children, youth and other marginalized or disempowered groups in the history of education
• the connection between the production and mediation of knowledge in the history of education
• educational spaces and geographical settings involved in the circulation of knowledge
• practices involved in the circulation of knowledge in various educational settings
• the circulation of knowledge between formal and informal or extra-curricular activities

Deadline for 250 word abstracts: 31 December 2020. Deadline for 1–2 page outline: April 2021; manuscripts due September 2021; planned publication: 2022. This special issue will be edited by Björn Lundberg, Ph.D., Department of History, Lund University. Please e-mail abstracts and questions to: bjorn.lundberg@hist.lu.se.

För mer info, se https://utbildningshistoria.files.wordpress.com/2020/09/cfp_njedh_knowledge_education.pdf

3. ISCHE 42 (ÖREBRO): ONLINE
ISCHE 42, som blev flyttat till juni 2020 (https://www.oru.se/english/schools/humanities-education-and-social-sciences/conferences/ische-2020/) kommer att organiseras online i någon form. Detaljerna beslutas nu av Stiftelsen ISCHE i samråd med de lokala arrangörerna. Mer information kommer förhoppningsvis så snart möjligt.

4. PUBLIKATIONER
Buchardt, Mette (Guest editor), Special issue: ‘Social Histories of Bildung between universal and national ambitions and global emergences’, IJHE Bildungsgeschichte -International Journal for the Historiography of Education (2020), https://www.klinkhardt.de/verlagsprogramm/2403.html

Karcher, Nicola (2020) A National Socialist school for Norway: concepts of Nazification during the German occupation, Paedagogica Historica, 56:5, 662-679, DOI: 10.1080/00309230.2019.1675728

Kortekangas, Otso (2020) The nomads, the settlers and the in-betweens: Nordic clergymen on Sámi livelihoods in the early nineteenth century, History and Anthropology, DOI: 10.1080/02757206.2020.1830386

Landahl, Joakim (2020). Defending Christianity as a School Subject: Mass Petitions and the Mobilization of Public Opinion in the Swedish Sixties. I Michael Geiss & Sabineh Reh (red.) Jahrbuch für Historische Bildungsforschung Band 26 2020. Schwerpunkt: Konservatismus und Pädagogik im Europa des 20. Jahrhunderts, 99–115.

Ringarp, Johanna, Till toner av Bolero: AmuGruppens reformering från myndighet till utbildningsföretag (Summary: To the sound of Bolero: AmuGruppen’s development from government agency to state-owned educational enterprise). Historisk tidskrift 2020:4

Westberg, Johannes (2020) Combining Global and Local Narratives: A New Social History of the Expansion of Mass Education?, European Education, 52:3, 206-214, To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/10564934.2020.1727750

Westberg, Johannes & Esbjörn Larsson (2020): Winning the war by losing the battle? The marketization of the expanding preschool sector in Sweden, Journal of Education Policy, https://doi.org/10.1080/02680939.2020.1861338

Åström Elmersjö, Henrik (2020) An individualistic turn: citizenship in Swedish history and social studies syllabi, 1970–2017, History of Education, DOI: 10.1080/0046760X.2020.1826052