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...

Berkowitz Fellowship in History of Education

Jonathan Zimmerman, a professor of the history of education in Penn GSE’s Literacy, Culture, and International Education division, has been named the Judy & Howard Berkowitz Professor in Education. Considered one of the foremost education historians today,...

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...

Canadian History of Education Association 2020 CFP

CALL FOR PAPERS Conference Dates: October 22-25, 2020 Conference Location: Victoria, BC – Laurel Point Inn Deadline for Submissions: March 30th, 2020 Theme: One Hundred Years of Educational Stability and Change, 1920-2020 In 1920, the Canadian Marconi Company...