In this blog two historians reflect on their decisions to devote more than a decade to their respective books. They alert their colleagues to the risks and rewards of staying with a project for so long.Read More
The History of Education Society Program Committee is proud to sponsor the first in a series of blog essays to highlight the themes of our 2018 conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico from October 31 to November 4. The themes this year are 1) the history of teachers in teaching, 2) ideas and ideology in educational policy and practice, and 3) methods and methodology in the history of education. Please join us in Albuquerque and consider submitting a blog essay prior to the conference.
The first blog essay by Professor Jon Hale explores student activism during the civil rights era and, in many ways, speaks cogently to contemporary student activism in bringing about social change.Read More
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The History of Education Society is introducing HES BLOG ESSAYS, a new resource for its members and the profession generally. The first essays in this new series are meant to highlight the themes of our 2018 HES conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico from October 31 to November 4. Click here to read more.Read More