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Ascenzi, A., Caroli, D., Pomante, L., & Sani, R. (2014). History of education and children’s literature in the Italian universities (1988-2013). Anatomy of a university discipline between teaching, scientific research and cultural presenceHistory of Education & Children’s Literature10(1), 825-831.

Bastos, M. H. C., Quadros, C. d., & Stephanou, M. (2015). Revista «História da Educação» da ASPHE/RS (Brasil): compartilhando estudos e pesquisas desde 1997. History of Education & Children’s Literature, 10(1), 57-64

Bastos, M. H. C., & Ermel, T. d. (2015). História da Educação/ASPHE (Brazil). In J. L. Hernández Huerta, A. Cagnolati & A. Diestro Fernández (Eds.), Connecting History of Education. Scientific Journals as International Tools for a Global World (pp. 83-94). Salamanca: FahrenHouse.

Bruno-Jofré, R., Igelmo Zaldívar, J., Mari, S. M. & Martínez Valle, J. (2015). Encounters in Theory and History of Education (Canada). In J. L. Hernández Huerta, A. Cagnolati & A. Diestro Fernández (Eds.), Connecting History of Education. Scientific Journals as International Tools for a Global World (pp. 47-56). Salamanca: FahrenHouse.

Cagnolati, A., & Hernández Huerta, J. L. (2015). Una nuova rivista nel panorama spagnolo della storia dell’educazione: Espacio, Tiempo y Educación. In G. Bandini & S. Polenghi (Eds.), Enlarging One’s Vision. Strumenti per la ricerca educativa in ambito internazionale (pp. 163-168). Milano: EDUCatt.

Hernández Huerta, J. L. (2016). Non-Spaces for Scientific Communication. Reflections on the Publication of Academic Journals in the Field of Education. Aula Magna 2.0, 1-3.

Hernández Huerta, J. L. (2016). La gestión editorial de revistas científicas hoy. La internacionalización de la comunicación científica. Aula Magna 2.0, 1-4.

Hernández Huerta, J. L. (2015). La gestión editorial de revistas científicas hoy. La revisión externa de originales y el “corte del editor”. Aula Magna 2.0.

Hernández Huerta, J. L., & Cagnolati, A. (2015). En la Historia de la Educación. La gestión editorial, las revistas de Historia de la Educación y Espacio, Tiempo y Educación. History of Education & Children’s Literature, 10(1), 39-55.

Hernández Huerta, J. L., & Cagnolati, A. (2015). Espacio, Tiempo y Educación (Spain). In J. L. Hernández Huerta, A. Cagnolati & A. Diestro Fernández (Eds.), Connecting History of Education. Scientific Journals as International Tools for a Global World (pp. 57-66). Salamanca: FahrenHouse.

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.

Hernández Huerta, J. L., Cagnolati, A., & Diestro Fernández, A. (2015). Connecting History of Education. Scientific Journals as International Tools for a Global World. Presentation. In J. L. Hernández Huerta, A. Cagnolati & A. Diestro Fernández (Eds.), Connecting History of Education. Scientific Journals as International Tools for a Global World (pp. 5-7). Salamanca: FahrenHouse.

Igelmo, J. (2016, marzo, 18). La formación de jóvenes investigadores y la edición de revistasAula Magna 2.0, 1-4.

Sani, R. (2016). The contribution of «History of Education & Children’s Literature» (HECL) to a recent international workshop on the scientific journals of history of education. History of Education & Children’s Literature, 11(1), 501-515.

Sani, R. (2015). History of Education & Children’s Literature (HECL) (Italy). In J. L. Hernández Huerta, A. Cagnolati & A. Diestro Fernández (Eds.), Connecting History of Education. Scientific Journals as International Tools for a Global World (pp. 113-130). Salamanca: FahrenHouse.

Sani, R. (Ed.). (2015). Monograph: The role of scientific journals in the development and internationalization of historical and educational research. History of Education & Children’s Literature, 10(1), 13-95.

Sani, R. (Ed.). (2015). «History of Education & Children’s Literature» and the
internationalization of historical-educational research in Italy (2006-2014)History of Education & Children’s Literature10(1), 89-95.

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