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1. DOKTORANDTJÄNSTER: FAMILJEHEMSVÅRDENS HISTORIA OCH BARNPSYKIATRINS HISTORIA (TEMA BARN, LIU)
2. DOKTORANDTJÄNSTER PEDAGOGIK, HISTORIEDIDAKTIK M.M.: MALMÖ UNIVERSITET
3. WORKSHOP: WOMEN AND EDUCATION FEBRUARY 24TH AND 25TH, 2022 AARHUS UNIVERSITY
4. CfP: ISCHE 43 – HISTORIES OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES
5. PUBLIKATIONER

1. DOKTORANDTJÄNSTER: FAMILJEHEMSVÅRDENS HISTORIA OCH BARNPSYKIATRINS HISTORIA (TEMA BARN, LIU)
Vi på tema Barn utlyser just nu två doktorandanställningar som kommer behandla historiska perspektiv. Det är en tjänst med inriktning på den svenska familjehemsvårdens historiska utveckling under efterkrigstiden och en tjänst med fokus på den svenska barnpsykiatrins historia med särskild betoning på 1900-talets andra del och millenniets inledande årtionden.

Sista ansökningsdag är 1 december och här är länkar till de båda utlysningarna:

https://liu.se/jobba-pa-liu/lediga-jobb?rmpage=job&rmjob=17243&rmlang=SE

https://liu.se/jobba-pa-liu/lediga-jobb?rmpage=job&rmjob=17242&rmlang=SE

2. DOKTORANDTJÄNSTER PEDAGOGIK, HISTORIEDIDAKTIK M.M.: MALMÖ UNIVERSITET

Doktorander i pedagogik
https://web103.reachmee.com/ext/I005/1015/job?site=6&lang=SE&validator=df9f5539db53eab37b3e3087d2a2669b&job_id=2084

Doktorander i idrottsvetenskap med inriktning humaniora och samhällsvetenskap inom forskarskolan hållbar rörelseutbildning i skola och förskola
https://web103.reachmee.com/ext/I005/1015/job?site=6&lang=SE&validator=df9f5539db53eab37b3e3087d2a2669b&job_id=2068

Doktorander i historia och historiedidaktik
https://web103.reachmee.com/ext/I005/1015/job?site=6&lang=SE&validator=df9f5539db53eab37b3e3087d2a2669b&job_id=2058

Doktorander i idrottsvetenskap med inriktning samhällsvetenskap och humaniora
https://web103.reachmee.com/ext/I005/1015/job?site=6&lang=SE&validator=df9f5539db53eab37b3e3087d2a2669b&job_id=2060

Deadline för ansökan: 2021-12-12

3. WORKSHOP: WOMEN AND EDUCATION FEBRUARY 24TH AND 25TH, 2022 AARHUS UNIVERSITY
Campus Emdrup and Zoom

Women have always been part of the world of education, both as students and as keepers and teachers of knowledge. However, women’s access to education have often differed for that of men’s and likewise, certain form of knowledge have often been coded as either feminine or masculine. Despite the fact that women have gained access to education in various ways, for example through female professions, women are not written into the traditional history of education. In this workshop, we want to explore the theme women and education by focusing on how women have gained and participated in education over time and how gender intersects with being an educated person. By extension, we are interested in how different types of knowledge becomes gendered.

The program for the workshop will be composed of keynote speakers, including Professor of History of Education at Winchester University Joyce Goodman (TBC) and Professor in Feminist Studies at University of East London Maria Tamboukou (TBC), as wells as paper presentation by researchers in the field of education, history, and gender studies. The idea is to expand our research network, to share thoughts, to give inputs and feedback and ultimately to develop and strengthen research in the field.

If you are interested in presenting your project, your article, or a research idea for a further project at the workshop, you can write to Pernille Svare Nygaard: pesv@edu.au.dk, who will organize the presentations in the program. We are open to different perspectives on the subject, as well as to different historical time periods. We would like to see a broad scientific area represented, both theoretically and methodologically.

To participate with a 10–15-minute presentation in the workshop, please write no later than January 1st, 2022.

Registration for participation in the workshop without presentation can be done by writing to Astrid Elkjær Sørensen: hisaes@edu.au.dk, no later than 1st of February 2022. The workshop is free of charge and will include lunch, afternoon coffee / tea and cake. On the last day of the workshop, we will arrange a dinner in the evening (at own expenses), for those who are interested. It is possible to participate in the workshop via Zoom.

We are Astrid Elkjær Sørensen (assistant professor), Pernille Svare Nygaard (Ph.D.-candidate) and Ning de Coninck-Smith (professor), DPU/AU. We are part of the research project Women’s University, Aarhus University 1928-2018 (https://projekter.au.dk/en/womens-university/), funded by Aarhus University Research Foundation and the faculty of Arts, AU.

4. CfP: ISCHE 43 – HISTORIES OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES
The ISCHE 43 conference in Milan (Italy), will be held at 31 August- 4 September 2022. The theme is ”Histories of Educational Technologies: Cultural and Social Dimensions of Pedagogical Objects”.

Submissions for the annual ISCHE-conference are welcome from 15 Nov 2021 – 31 January 2022. The full CfP is available at: https://www.ische.org/ische43/

6. PUBLIKATIONER
Eren Aydinlik, Badegül & Seyfi Kenan, “Between Men, Time and the State: Education of Girls during the Late Ottoman Empire (1859–1908)”, Paedagogica Historica, Vol. 57, No. 4, pp. 400–418. DOI: 10.1080/00309230.2019.1660386

Samuelsson, Johan, Niklas Gericke, Christina Olin-Scheller & Åsa Melin (2021) Practice before policy? Unpacking the black box of progressive teaching in Swedish secondary schools, Journal of Curriculum Studies, 53:4, 482-499, DOI: 10.1080/00220272.2021.1881166

Sivesind, Kirsten, Azita Afsar, and Kari E Bachmann. “Transnational Policy Transfer over Three Curriculum Reforms in Finland: The Constructions of Conditional and Purposive Programs (1994–2016).” European Educational Research Journal 15, no. 3 (May 2016): 345–65. https://doi.org/10.1177/1474904116648175.

Spjut, Lina (2021). “From Temporary Migrants to National Inclusion? The Journey from Finnish Labor Migrants to a National Minority, Visualized by Swedish Textbooks from 1954 to 2016”. In Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society Volume 13, Issue 2, Autumn 2021: 1–31 © GEI doi: 10.3167/jemms.2021.130201 ISSN 2041-6938 (Print), ISSN 2041-6946 (Online) DOI: https://doi.org/10.3167/jemms.2021.130201