AàC – ISCHE Standing Working Groups

https://convegni.unicatt.it/ische43-swgs

The Standing Working Groups (SWG) are small, thematically organized research groups within ISCHE, designed to coordinate research and discussion on a set topic, guided by specific research goals, for a set period of time. SWGs are automatically granted two parallel session slots on the programme of each ISCHE annual conference (in ISCHE Byelaws).

Proposals should be a maximum of 500 words excluding bibliography.

Please note that all proposals must be submitted through the conference electronic system by selecting the respective SWG.

You can find more on any below-mentioned SWG here.

Gendering Local, National, Regional, Transnational and Supra-National Histories of Education

Convenors: Nelleke Bakker (Netherlands), Deirdre Raftery (Ireland), Stephanie Spencer (United Kingdom), Tali Tadmor-Shimony (Israel), Kay Whitehead (Australia)

Visit the 2022 call for papers here.

Observatory for the History of Education (2019-2024)

Convenors: Thérèse Hamel (Canada), Lajos Somogyvári (Hungary), Marisa Bittar (Brazil)

Visit the 2022 call for papers here.

Growing up in out-of-home care: Histories of children and youths in foster families and residential homes

Convenors: Joëlle Droux (Switzerland), Jeroen J.H. Dekker (Netherlands), Els Dumortier (Belgium), Aurore François (Belgium), David Niget (France)

Visit the 2022 call for papers here.

The History of Educational Funding: Models, Debates and Policies in an International Perspective (1800-2000)

Convenors: Clémence Cardon-Quint (France), Damiano Matasci (Switzerland), Johannes Westberg (Netherlands)

Visit the 2022 call for papers here.

Material Hermeneutics and Remediation as Challenges in Visual Studies in Histories of Education

Convenors: Tim Allender (Australia), Inés Dussel (Mexico), Ian Grosvenor (United Kingdom), Karin Priem (Luxenbourg)

Visit the 2022 call for papers here.


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