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Connecting History of Education Working Group will participate in ISCHE 2018 (Berlin)

SWG Mapping the Discipline History of Education. ISCHE Berlin – August 29 to 1 September 2018

Panel 3: Becoming global? How are history of education journals changing? – Chair and discussant: Rebecca Rogers (à confirmer)

Are we all transnational now? Disciplinary norms and networks in history of education journals- the case of Australia– Julie McLeod (University of Melbourne, Australia), Helen Proctor (University of Sydney, Australia) & Tamson Pietsch, (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)

The impact of internationalisation on History of Education journals. Empirical evidence and critical reflections – José Luis Hernández Huerta (University of Valladolid, Spain) & Andrés Payà Rico (University of Valencia, Spain)

The Processes of Internationalization of Periodicals on History of Education in Brazil (1997-2016)– Maria H. C. Bastos (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil), Décio J.R. Gatti (Universidade Federal de Uberlândia, Brazil), José G. Gondra (Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) & Carlos E. Viera (Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil) (more…)

Caroli, D., & Pomante, L. (Eds.) (2016). International Bibliography of History of Education and Children’s Literature (2014). Macerata: Edizioni Università di Macerata

international-bibliography-of-history-of-education-and-childrens-literature-2014aThe present overview International Bibliography of the history of education and children’s literature about the year 2014 is the third of a serie, which has been published in 2012 and 2103 on the international journal «History of Education & Children’s Literature» and concerned the four years period 2010-2012 and 2013; it was followed by the publication of two volumes about the same period. This specialized bibliographical overview includes researches and studies about the history of education edited around the world (articles published in journals, monographs, collections of essays, proceedings and textbooks). In order to build the present work tool, (more…)

Connecting History of Education Working Group will participate in ISCHE 2016 (Chicago)

SWG Mapping the Discipline History of Education ISCHE Chicago August 17-19, 2016

Roundtable:

The internationalization of History of Education Journals and the external peer review process

Chair and discussant : Jon Igelmo & Simonetta Polenghi

(Organization: Antonella Cagnolati & José Luis Hernández Huerta) (more…)

Caroli, D., & Pomante, L. (Eds.) (2015). International Bibliography of History of Education and Children’s Literature (2013). Macerata: Edizioni Università di Macerata

Caroli, D., & Pomante, L. (Eds.) (2015). International Bibliography of History of Education and Children’s Literature (2013). Macerata: Edizioni Università di Macerata

HistoEdu

logoyletrassombraHistoedu es la primera red social vertical, para la participación de la comunidad educativa en la docencia e investigación de la historia de la educación y el patrimonio educativo.

Caroli, D., & Sani, L. (Eds.). International Bibliography of History of Education and Children’s Literature (2010-2012). Macerata: Edizioni Università di Macerata. (2014)

Caroli, D., & Sani, L. (Eds.). International Bibliography of History of Education and Children’s Literature (2010-2012). Macerata: Edizioni Università di Macerata. (2014).

Hernández Huerta, J. L., Cagnolati, A., & Diestro Fernández, A. (Eds.). (2015). Connecting History of Education. Scientific Journals as International Tools for a Global World. Salamanca: FahrenHouse

Connecting History of Education bookcSpecialized journals in History of Education are facing some challenges of great significance and importance, in some cases touching core and fundamental aspects of the publishing projects that do not differ much from Social Sciences and Humanities. Questions are many: how the models of editorial management influence the forms and styles of scientific production? Which role could social media play in the dissemination of progress, developments and results of the journals? Does the evaluation formulas of editorial quality take into account the peculiarities of the discipline? (more…)