Events

ERHISE at ISCHE 41

 

The International Standing Conference for the History of Education (ISCHE) is an academic society dedicated to fostering research and enhancing intellectual exchange and cooperation among historians of education around the globe. 

This year, the teme of the Conference is on "Place and Space of Education"  and will be hold in Porto from 16 to 21 Juily 2019. 

ERHISE's members will held five panels:

 

 

Wednesday 17 July 2019

-- INTERNATIONAL CARTOGRAPHY ON THE HISTORY OF EDUCATION (2014-2017). STATISTICAL ANALYSIS AND CRITICAL REFLECTIONS FROM SPECIALIZED SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS --

Organisation et chaire: Rita Hofstetter

International Cartography on the History of Education (2014-2017). Statistical analysis and critical reflections from specialized scientific journals, Carmen Sanchidrián Blanco (Universidad de Málaga), Antonella Cagnolati (University of Foggia)


Cartography, production and internationalization of the History of Education (2014-2017) in Continental Europe and Australia. Analysis from specialized scientific journals, José Luis Hernández Huerta (University of Valladolid), Patricia Quiroga Uceda (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia), Mariano González Delgado (Universidad de La Laguna)

Cartography, production and internationalization of the History of Education (2014-2017) in Mediterranean Europe. Analysis from specialized scientific journals Antonella Cagnolati (University of Foggia), Carmen Sanchidrián (University of Malaga), Iván Pérez Miranda (FahrenHouse)

Cartography, production and internationalization of History of Education (2014-2017) in Canada and the United States. An analysis of specialized scientific journals, Jon igelmo Zaldívar (Complutense University of Madrid)

Cartografía, producción e internacionalización de la Historia de la Educación (2014-2017) en América Latina. Análisis a partir de las revistas científicas especializadas, Andrés Payà Rico (Universidad de Valencia), Sara González Gómez (Universitat de les Illes Balears), Tatiane de Freitas Ermel (Universidade Regional Integrada do Alto Uruguai e das Missões)

 


 

Thursday 18 July 2019

-- GROWING UP IN OUT-OF-HOME CARE: HIST. OF CHILDREN IN FOSTER FAMILIES & RESIDENTIAL HOMES --
Organisation et chaire: Joelle Droux

Négocier l’accès aux archives de la protection de l’enfance: une recherche suisse romande, entre droit à l’oubli et devoir de mémoire, Joelle Droux (Geneva University), Rebecca Crettaz (Geneva University), Arnaud Frauenfelder (HETS Geneva), Olivia Vernay (Geneva University/HETS Geneva)

What former pupils tell about their lives in care. Research on outcomes of child protection in The Netherlands between 1945 and 1970, Marieke Dekker (University of Groningen)

Researching the dynamics of change and persistence in out of home care. Reflections on the combination of oral and written sources, Michaela Ralser (University of Innsbruck), Flavia Guerrini (University of Innsbruck), Ulrich Leitner (University of Innsbruck)

Puzzling history – the personal file in residential care: a source for life history and historical research, Lieselot De Wilde (Ghent University), Bruno Vanobbergen (Ghent University)

Children’s Memories of Abuse: Public Debates and the Politics of Reparations of Institutional ‘Care’ in France, David Niget (Université d'Angers)

 


 

Friday 19 July 2019

-- EDUCATIONAL INTERNATIONALISMS STRUGGLING WITH EXPANSIONIST LOGICS AND NATIONALIST RESISTANCE. --
Organisation & chaire: Rita Hofstetter (University of Geneva)

L’Institut International du cinéma éducatif de Rome: les enjeux contradictoires d’un organisme international en prises avec le fascisme mussolinien, Christel Taillibert (Université Côte d'Azur)

Expansionist internationalisms under tension. A story in three acts of the International Bureau of Education (1927-1934), Rita Hofstetter (University of Geneva), Clarice Loureiro (CAPES, Brasil), Bernard Schneuwly (University of Geneva)

Comparer, compter, universaliser. Le Bureau international d’éducation (BIE), un centre mondial d’éducation comparée (1933-47): analyse du positionnement et du processus de construction, Cécile Boss (University of Geneva)

L’expansion de l’internationalisme de la Coopération Intellectuelle au risque des nationalismes, Xavier Riondet (Université de Lorraine)

 

-- EDUCATION, A TRANSNATIONAL CAUSE? THE CONCEPTUALIZATION AND CIRCULATION OF EDUCATIONAL MODELS IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY -- 
Organisation & chaire: Émeline Brylinski (University of Geneva)
Discutante : Gita Steiner-Khamsi, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York & Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva & Director of the Network for international policies and cooperation in education and training (NORRAG).

Shaping Education as a transnational cause: states ‘contributions to the “international code for public education” and subjacent power dynamics (1934-1968), Émeline Brylinski (University of Geneva)

Making the “Good African”: Transatlantic Circulations and Educational Innovations in the Colonial and Post-colonial Era (1920-1970), Anton Tarradellas (University of Geneva)

In the heart of global higher education: International Conferences in the field of higher education and the making of transnational norms and standards in the first 20th century, Guillaume Tronchet (Ecole normale supérieure, Paris)

 

-- CIRCULATIONS AND CONNECTIONS: LOCAL, (TRANS)NATIONAL AND GLOBAL CARTOGRAPHIES --
Organisation & chair: Bernard Schneuwly (University of Geneva)

Expansionist internationalisms under tension. A story in three acts of the International Bureau of Education (1927-1934), Rita Hofstetter (University of Geneva), Bernard Schneuwly (University of Geneva), Clarice Loureiro (Capes, Brazil)

The New Education Fellowship, the Progressive Education Association and the American Department of State: South America as part of an awkward entanglement, Rafaela Silva Rabelo (University of Sao Paulo)

Exporting educational models with requirement of indigenization: The League of Nations educational mission to China in 1931, Kaiyi Li (Georg Eckert Leibniz Institute for International Textbook Research, Germany)

Testing the mind within a transnational space. The dissemination of the Scholastic Aptitude Test during the 1960s, Cristina Alarcón (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

(Re)imagining space in history of education through international relations theory and practice, Eleftherios Klerides (University of Cyprus).

 

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