Τετάρτη, 18 Ιουλίου 2012

History of Education

History of Education


  Vol. 41, n°4, juillet 2012
  • A place called home: educational reform in a Concord, Massachusetts School, 1897–1914, Linda C. Morice
  • Mapping a space of biography: Karl Triebold and the Waldschule of Senne I-Bielefeld (c.1923–1939), Geert Thyssen
  • The response of the Roman Catholic Church to the introduction of vocational education in Ireland 1930–1942, Marie Clarke
  • From ‘civilising the young’ to a ‘dead-end job’: gender, teaching, and the politics of colonial rule in Hong Kong (1841–1970), Anita Kit-wa Chan
  • Unionised faculty and the political left: Communism and the American Federation of Teachers on the eve of the Second World War, Timothy Reese Cain
  • Tracing radical working-class education: praxis and historical representation, Jessica Gerrard
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