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HEQ All-Time Top 10

To celebrate the 60th anniversary of History of Education Quarterly, the editors are asking readers to vote on their all-time favorite articles. Votes must be submitted by September 30. You may vote more than once.  Cast your vote by clicking here.

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ISEB Professional Development Webinars

The International Society for Educational Biography (ISEB) presents Professional Development Webinars-- Life Writing Methodologies in 2020: Writing and Sharing our Lived Experiences  The International Society for Educational Biography (ISEB) invites members new and...

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Ralph Kidder Muses on HES 2040

The HES annual meeting in 2040 The Fall 2040 meeting is billed as a celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the reelection of President Donald J. Trump. The Program Committee has solicited papers, symposia, poster sessions and round tables addressing a variety of...

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Bob Hampel muses on HES 2040

The HES annual meeting in 2040   Our Fall 2020 virtual meeting sparked this daydream.  We had to innovate this year.  How should we innovate in a future free of CV 19 lockdowns?  Here is my reverie: In twenty years, we’ll see more attention to teaching. ...

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Bernard Bailyn Dies at 97

Bernard Bailyn, whose 1960 book Education in the Forming of American Society exerted powerful and lasting influence on the discipline of history of education and whose mentorship of several generations of graduate students continues to shape the field, died earlier...

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Obituary: Patricia Ann Palmieri

Patricia Ann Palmieri, a gifted teacher and researcher, died suddenly of natural causes on June 12th. She was 73. Dr. Palmieri was the author of In Adamless Eden, an acclaimed portrait of the female professoriate of Wellesley College from 1890 through 1920.  At her...

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HES Affirms Centrality of #BlackLivesMatter

Dear HES Friends, In this global pandemic, amidst the tragic loss of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade, Breonna Taylor and countless persons whose names we may never know, we write to affirm the centrality of #BlackLivesMatter in our past, present and future. ...

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Gary B v. Whitmer Webinar

Those interested a webinar "Gary B. and the Right to Literacy 65 Years after Brown" to be held on Wednesday, June 17, are encouraged to click on this link to learn more: Gary B. v. Whitmer Webinar

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HES Town Hall, Apr. 20

Dear HES Membership: I hope this email finds you and yours safe and healthy in this historic moment. We acknowledge and appreciate the ways that you’ve had to adjust to increasing responsibilities these past few weeks. Many of you are also extending care to elderly...

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