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Conferences & Call for Papers

Welcome to the CONFERENCES & CALL FOR PAPERS page of the "History and Education" SIG. Please send any Conference notices, Call for Papers, or journal listings relevant to members of the SIG to Robert Parkes, so he can post them below.


History of Education Review

Special Issue: Schools and the management of public health

The journal History of Education Review will publish an international special issue focusing on the historical involvement of schools in the production, management and bureaucratization of public health.

Download the full Call for Papers.

Enquiries regarding this special issue of History of Education Review may be directed to Dr Helen Proctor: helen.proctor@sydney.edu.au.


History and Edutainment

8-10 September 2014, Wrocław, Poland

The 2014 conference of the International Society for History Didactics (ISHD) will focus on history and edutainment – i.e. a combination of education and entertainment in any of its forms (including e.g. computer and board games, films, museums, historical and archeological picnics and battle reconstructions, historical magazines and TV programs, entertaining materials and activities in the school classrooms etc.). The goal of the conference is to investigate different aspects of the phenomenon of historical edutainment. We will accept papers based on theoretical, analytical or empirical research, related to edutainment in any historical period and in any country (or combination of countries).

Deadline for Abstracts: 31 January 2014

Call for papers

Use the conference form to submit your proposition.

ISHD Conference Website: http://ishd.co/conferences/

 

School vs Memory Conference

10-11 October 2014, Prague, Czech Republic

In Central European countries, a tension potentially arises between history teaching in schools and memory at the level of family, social group or community. Memory as a concept describing a plurality of modes of relating to the past has gained ground in both the humanities and social sciences. Memory replaces or complements traditional historical narratives. This conference focuses on memory from a didactic perspective. Our aim is to deal with questions such as What are the difficulties that result from the use of a memory layer in the traditional interpretative frameworks employed at schools? How does a memory layer arise and what are its sources? What role does family memory play in the creation of historical consciousness? Where are the frictions between family remembering and school history narratives formed, and under what conditions do they disappear? And last but not least: What does the impact of this memory in the classroom look like?

Deadline for Abstracts: 11 May 2014

Conference Website: http://www.schoolxmemory.eu

Organising Institutions: Charles University & The Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes

 

ANZHES Conference 2014

Theme: Knowledge, Learning and Expertise

6-8 December 2014, University of Melbourne

CALL FOR PAPERS - download here

The 2014 Conference of the Australian and New Zealand History of Education Society (ANZHES) will be held on the University of Melbourne campus in the beautiful 1888 Building. Originally a residential teacher training college for the Victorian Education Department, this building is currently listed by the National Trust of Australia and Heritage Victoria as historically and architecturally important. The conference location is only a short walk or tram ride from Melbourne's vibrant city centre.

Convenor: Dr Helen Proctor - helen.proctor@sydney.edu.au

ANZHES Conference Website: http://www.anzhes.com/conferences.html

 

Historical Encounters

Historical Encounters is a new interdisciplinary journal dedicated to the empirical and theoretical study of historical consciousness, historical cultures, and history education. Submissions from across the fields of public history, history didactics, curriculum & pedagogy studies, history of education, curriculum history, cultural studies, narrative theory, and historical theory fields are all welcome.

Register as author, reviewer, and/or reader (to receive a published issue alert)! 

The journal has one of the most impressive editorial boards of any History Education journal in the world: Click here to see the Editorial Board.

Click here to download the Call for Papers.

The last day for accepting submissions for each issue are as follows:

  • June Issue: 1 May each year
  • December Issue: 1 November each year

Submissions received after the deadline will be considered for the following issue.

Journal Website: http://hej.hermes-history.net

Editor: Robert J. Parkes

 

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