Parution – « Varia », Cuadernos Chilenos de Historia de la Educación, Núm. 13 (2020)

Artículos

Parution – “Historia de la Enseñanza de la Filosofía en Latinoamérica” [Histoire de l’enseignement de la philosophie en Amérique latine], Cuadernos Chilenos de Historia de la Educación, Núm. 14 (2020)

Presentación

  • Presentación Danilo Rodrigues Pimenta, Cesar Romero Amaral Vieira, Alessandro Rodrigues Pimenta 2-5

Artículos

Parution – “Varia”, History of Education Quarterly, Volume 60 – Issue 4 – November 2020

https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/history-of-education-quarterly/issue/8D08C033736DFD96679143CF1865283F

Legacies and Gifts: An Editorial Farewell

Nancy Beadie, Joy Williamson-Lott, Isaac Gottesman and Kathryn Nicholas

The Private School Pivot: The Shrouded Persistence of Massive Resistance in the Black Belt and Beyond

Matthew C. Edmonds

Reconceiving Schooling: Centering Indigenous Experimentation in Indian Education History

Meredith L. McCoy and Matthew Villeneuve

The Order of Signs: Perspectives on the Relationship between Language and Thought during the First Century of Widespread Sign Language Teaching

Sabine Arnaud

Protests and Pushback: Women ’s Rights, Student Activism, and Institutional Response in the Deep South

Timothy Reese Cain and Rachael Dier

The Patronage Dilemma: Allison Davis ’s Odyssey from Fellow to Faculty

E. Masghati

Parution – “Disability and the History of Education”, History of Education Quarterly, Volume 60 – Special Issue 3 – August 2020

Special Issue on Disability and the History of Education

Jason Ellis et Kate Rousmaniere, Guest Editors

Articles

Professor Bailyn, Meet Professor Baynton: The “New Disability History ” of Education

Jason Ellis et Kate Rousmaniere

“To give light where He made all dark”: Educating the Blind about the Natural World and God in Nineteenth Century North America

Joanna L. Pearce

“Every One of Them Are Worth It”: Blanche Van Leuven Browne and the Education of the “CrippledChild”

Leanna Duncan

“The Important Consideration, After All, Is Disability”: Physical Standards for Teachers in Los Angeles, 1930–1970

Kristen Chmielewski

Home Economics, “Handicapped Homemakers,” and Postwar America

Laura Micheletti Puaca

Enclaves of Privilege: Access and Opportunity for Students with Disabilities in Urban K-8 Schools

Christine Ashby, Julia M White, Beth Ferri, Siqi Li et Lauren Ashby

Parution – “Varia”, History of Education Quarterly Volume 60 – Issue 2 – May 2020

https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/history-of-education-quarterly/issue/22D98E58617E2BF3481270020916AFAE

To Be an Apolitical Political Scientist: A Chinese Immigrant Scholar and (Geo)politicized American Higher Education

Qing Liu

Education and National Colonialism in Postwar Taiwan: The Paradoxical Use of Private Schools to Extend State Power, 1944–1966

Ting-Hong Wong

Parution – “Higher Education in the United States”, History of Education Quarterly, Volume 61 – Issue 3 – August 2021

https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/history-of-education-quarterly/issue/1A6DBF2A140C6A164E0BBC9994F8AA16

Special Section on Higher Education in the United States

Editorial Introduction : New Directions in Higher Education History

A. J. Angulo and Jack Schneider

Articles

How Austerity Politics Led to Tuition Charges at the University of California and City University of New York

Jennifer M. Nations

The Right to Residency: Mobility, Tuition, and Public Higher Education Access

Camille Walsh

What Happened to Your College Town: The Changing Relationship of Higher Education and College Towns, 1940–2000

Kate Rousmaniere

Policy Dialogue

The Problems and Promises of Higher Education in the United States

Sara Goldrick-Rab and David Labaree


Article

“Subtle, vicious effects”: Lillian Steele Proctor’s Pioneering Investigation of Gifted African American Children in Washington, DC

Sevan G. Terzian

Parution – “Medieval and Early Modern Education”, History of Education Quarterly, Volume 61 – Special Issue 2 – May 2021

https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/history-of-education-quarterly/issue/C6AF1DB0DCE82934AA3CF0EFF3C862A1

Special Issue on Medieval and Early Modern Education

Editorial Introduction

150 Trends in the History of Medieval and Early Modern Education in HEQ

Christopher Carlsmith

Articles

Marking Time, Making Community in Medieval Schools

Sarah B. Lynch

Women ’s Education and Literacy in England, 1066–1540

Megan J. Hall

A Duchess “given to contemplation”: The Education of Margaret Cavendish

E Mariah Spencer

Parution – “African American Education”, History of Education Quarterly, Volume 61 – Special Issue 1 – February 2021


https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/history-of-education-quarterly/issue/492673E793C524D1034B6E13DF9DCC23

Constancy and Change: An Editorial Introduction

A.J. Angulo and Jack Schneider

Special Issue on African American Education

Articles

Determination and Persistence: Building the African American Teacher Corps through Summer and Intermittent Teaching, 1860s–1890s

Michael Fultz

“Hell Is Popping Here in South Carolina”: Orangeburg County Black Teachers and Their Community in the Immediate Post-Brown Era

Candace Cunningham

Not Just the Raising of Money: Hampton Institute and Relationship Fundraising, 1893–1917

Troy A. Smith

Parution – Varia, “Questões metodológicas em manualística” [Questions méthodologiques dans les manuels scolaires], “Processos de emancipação e educação na América” [Processus d’émancipation et d’éducation en Amérique], Revista Brasileira de História da Educação, v. 20 n. 1 (2020)

Editorial

Artigos / Articles

Dossiê / Dossier : Questões metodológicas em manualística [Questions méthodologiques dans les manuels scolaires]

Dossiê / Dossier : Processos de emancipação e educação na América [Processus d’émancipation et d’éducation en Amérique]

Parution – “Varia”, Revista Brasileira de História da Educação, v. 21 n. 1 (2021)

https://periodicos.uem.br/ojs/index.php/rbhe/issue/view/1865

Artigos / Articles

Parution – “Emergent educational imaginaries during the Covid-19 pandemic”, South African Review of Education, vol. 26, n° 1, 2020

https://journals.co.za/toc/sare/26/1

Editorial notes – special issue : emergent educational imaginaries during the Covid-19 pandemic

Systemic shock : how Covid-19 exposes our learning challenges in education

Evidence and education policy making in South Africa during Covid-19: Promises, researchers and policymakers in an age of unpredictability

Education, Covid-19 and care : social inequality and social relations of value in South Africa and the United States

Educating for work in the time of Covid-19 : moving beyond simplistic ideas of supply and demand

In search of the ‘new normal’ : reflections on teaching and learning during Covid-19 in a South African university

Corona, crisis and curriculum : history of health education in South Africa

Every child is a national (playing) asset : a portrait of a Soweto boy’s contradictory worlds of play and performance before and during the Covid-19 lockdown

Reimagining parents’ educational involvement during the Covid-19 lockdown

School lessons from the Covid-19 lockdown

Data or bread? A policy analysis of student experiences of learning under lockdown

Parution – “International Interactions – the Nation State and the Competition State in Nordic Education”, Nordic Journal of Educational History, Vol. 7 No. 2 (2020)

https://journals.ub.umu.se/index.php/njedh/issue/view/18

Editorial

Articles

Parution – “Varia”, Nordic Journal of Educational History, Vol. 7 No. 1 (2020)

https://journals.ub.umu.se/index.php/njedh/issue/view/16

Editorial

Articles

Jean-Luc Chappey (dir.), “Usages de l’enfant sauvage”, Revue d’histoire des sciences humaines, n°38, 2021

http://www.editionsdelasorbonne.fr/fr/livre/?GCOI=28405100765550

Si l’histoire de l’enfant sauvage de l’Aveyron auquel le film de Truffaut (1970) a donné un visage, et celles des autres enfants sauvages, semblent aujourd’hui bien connues, il convient encore de questionner les raisons de leur présence, sinon leur retour régulier, depuis le XIXe siècle, dans l’écriture des sciences humaines. De l’anthropologie à la linguistique, en passant par la psychiatrie et la didactique, l’enfant sauvage s’est imposé, au sein de corpus différents, comme une sorte de passage obligé, servant pour les uns à construire un roman des origines, pour les autres à revendiquer des positions particulières au sein de leur discipline. En réunissant des spécialistes issus de différentes sciences humaines, il s’agit justement d’interroger les enjeux qui se cristallisent autour de ces réactualisations et de comprendre comment ces usages successifs peuvent participer à l’émergence de savoirs nouveaux ou, dans des contextes particuliers, contribuer à redessiner les contours des savoirs établis.

Parution – “Modelos de financiación, instituciones estatales y tendencias económicas en las universidades (siglos XIV – XVI)” [Modèles de financement, institutions étatiques et tendances économiques des universités (XIVe-XVIe siècles)], CIAN- Revista de Historia de las Universidades, Vol. 24, Núm. 1 (2021)

https://e-revistas.uc3m.es/index.php/CIAN/issue/view/640

Presentación

Modelos de financiación, instituciones estatales y tendencias económicas en las universidades (siglos XIV – XVI)
Hermenegildo Fernandes
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5-13

Dossier

La financiación de la Universidad de Roma (siglos XIV-XV)
Carla Frova
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4-33
La financiación de la Universidad de Perugia (siglos XIV-XV)
Stefania Zucchini
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34-62
Las universidades papales: fuentes y perspectivas de investigación sobre finanzas y financiación en Bolonia en la temprana Edad Moderna
Maria Teresa Guerrini
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63-81
El papel socioeconómico de las universidades parisinas medievales a través de la base de datos Studium Parisiense
Jean-Philippe Genet, Thierry Kouamé, Stéphane Lamassé
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82-125
La financiación de las universidades hispanas durante el período medieval (siglos XIII-XV)
Susana Guijarro González
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126-149

Parution – Varia, revue CIAN-Revista de Historia de las Universidades, Vol. 23, Núm. 2 (2020)

https://e-revistas.uc3m.es/index.php/CIAN/issue/view/624

La educación superior desde arriba y desde abajo: el caso del Hostos Community College en la ciudad de Nueva York
José E. Cruz
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181-211
La Historia de la Universidad en la Fiesta de la Ciencia en España
José María Hernández Díaz
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213-237
Una experiencia efímera: Enrique de Benito y el Instituto de Estudios Penales de la Universidad de Valencia (1928-1930)
María Pilar Hernando Serra
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239-263
Los Institutos Politécnicos de Educación Superior (IPES) como una alternativa a la creación de nuevas universidades en la década de 1970 en la Argentina
Mariana Mendonça
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265-289
Espacios para la investigación y la transferencia: una apuesta de la Universidad de Salamanca en el siglo XXI
María Nieves Rupérez Almajano
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291-325

Parution – “La oposición política al franquismo en la Universidad” [L’opposition politique au franquisme dans l’Université], revue CIAN-Revista de Historia de las Universidades, Vol. 23, Núm. 1 (2020)

Presentación. La oposición política al franquismo en la Universidad
Alberto Carrillo-Linares
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11-20
La represión de la protesta estudiantil durante el franquismo (1936-1976)
Eduardo González Calleja
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21-54
Universitarias en el antifranquismo. Mujeres, movilización estudiantil y feminismo, 1960-1975
Mónica Moreno Seco
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55-85
La prensa estudiantil bajo dictadura. Apuntes para un estudio comparativo entre España y Argentina
Guadalupe A. Seia
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87-117
La Universidad de Santiago de Compostela (1939-1969): de la indiferencia y la “no adhesión” al antifranquismo
Ricardo Gurriarán Rodríguez
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119-147
Movimiento estudiantil antifranquista en Andalucía
Alberto Carrillo-Linares
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149-178

Parution – “Mujeres y enseñanza superior: une perspectiva internacional” [Les femmes et l’enseignement supérieur : une perspective internationale], Revue CIAN-Revista de Historia de las Universidades, Vol. 22, Núm. 1 (2019)

Presentación. Las mujeres querían ser doctoras, abogadas, y mucho más
Josefina Cuesta Bustillo
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11-18
Barreras ante las pioneras universitarias: una mirada transnacional
Consuelo Flecha García
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19-59
Las Escuelas de Medicina de Mujeres de Nueva York y Londres. Estrategia de las pioneras para el acceso al estudio y práctica de la Medicina
Pilar Iglesias Aparicio
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61-85
Mujeres abriendo camino en la universidad: el proyecto de Eugenie A. Leonard en Estados Unidos
Inmaculada Alva
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87-99
¿Reduciendo la brecha (de género) atlántica? Mujeres fulbrighters y transferencias culturales hispano-estadounidense, 1959-1964
Moisés Rodríguez Escobar
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101-124

Parution – Revue CIAN- Revista de Historia de las Universidades, Vol. 22, Núm. 2 (2019)

“Hacer mayorazgo infalible de consejeros y ministros graves”. El Señorío de Vizcaya y el proyec­to de fundar un colegio en Salamanca (1638-c. 1660)
Imanol Merino Malillos
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127-152
La Universidad de Valencia: semblanza de profesores (1596 – 1611)
José Seguí Cantos
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153-183
Los primeros cursos de verano en la Universidad española: Jaca, 1927-1936
Alberto Sabio Alcutén
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185-209
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