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Colonial Education and Anticolonial Struggles  

Ana Isabel Madeira and Luís Grosso Correia

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This chapter addresses two intertwined topics: colonial education and anticolonial intellectual struggles. The first refers to the historical period of European colonization in Africa, ... More

Conflicting Constructions of Childhood and Children in Education History  

Barbara Beatty

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Child labor and compulsory education were entwined in the context of conflicting social constructions of childhood. As public schools spread in the nineteenth-century United States, a ... More

Consensus and Revisionism in Educational History  

Gary McCulloch

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Historical interpretation is subject to change, a process often described as revisionism. This chapter distinguishes between a basic form of revisionism that changes or erases the past ... More

Curriculum History  

Daniel Tröhler

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This chapter analyzes the cultural conditions that gave rise to curriculum studies and later to curriculum history, and the ways that curriculum history could become a cooperative research ... More

Education and Migration in History  

Paul J. Ramsey

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Although the historiography of migrant education is, in many ways, problematic—especially the lack of historical literature for many regions of the world—general patterns do arise. As ... More

Education and the African Diaspora  

Christopher M. Span and Brenda N. Sanya

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Countless historians have studied the African diaspora, but one topic that has been significantly understudied is education. This chapter documents how Africans in the diaspora came to ... More

Education in Greek and Roman Antiquity  

Mark Joyal

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The conventional approach to the study of Greek and Roman education has emphasized the elements in it that are most familiar to people who approach the subject from the perspective of the ... More

Education in Medieval Europe  

Spencer E. Young

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This chapter highlights the institutions and content that characterized three crucial phases of education in the Middle Ages: Carolingian education, the twelfth-century Renaissance, and ... More

Education in Premodern China and Japan  

Conrad Schirokauer

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From earliest times, both China and Japan developed sophisticated traditions in education. China’s major educational aspiration, based on Confucianism, was centered on developing the ... More

Gendering the History of Education  

Lucy E. Bailey and Karen Graves

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Gendered analysis has enacted a radical intervention in educational history through highlighting women’s roles and experiences, exploring gendered educational forces, institutions, ... More

The German University and Its Influence  

Charles E. McClelland

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The new-model German university of the nineteenth century built upon previous efforts to reform higher education and reached its highest point of development and influence before World War ... More

Higher Education in Asia  

Anthony Welch

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This chapter examines national systems of higher education in Asia. Asia’s long history, together with its extraordinary diversity, presents dual challenges to the historian. While its ... More

Higher Education in Canada and the United States  

Philo Hutcheson

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Canadian and U.S. higher education share some commonalities, such as historical denominational influence while provincial and state governments played important roles in the development of ... More

Higher Education in Modern Europe  

Vincent Carpentier

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This chapter explores the history of higher education in Europe by considering three intersected dimensions: the global, national, and local spaces or geography of higher education; the ... More

The History of Nonformal and Informal Education  

Andrew Grunzke

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Despite being older and more pervasive than formal education, the history of nonformal and informal education is less fully examined by historians of education. This chapter explores the ... More

The History of School Teachers and Administrators  

Kate Rousmaniere

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This chapter is an overarching historical narrative of the development of the occupations of teaching and school administration, focusing on the history of educators who have worked as ... More

The History of Technology and Education  

Sevan Terzian

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Technology has intersected with education throughout human history. One prominent dimension has entailed various devices and tools for learning, such as illustrated texts, film, radio, ... More

The History of Transnational and Comparative Education  

Marcelo Caruso

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This chapter offers an overview of transnational and comparative education as a specific research perspective in the field of the history of education. Since the late twentieth century, ... More

Inequality in Education  

Judith Kafka

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This chapter reviews research on the history of inequality in education. Across the globe and since the advent of formal schooling, children from wealthier families have had access to more ... More

Introduction a multifaceted and flourishing field  

John L. Rury and Eileen H. Tamura

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The history of education is a venerable and multifaceted field of research and writing, dating from the nineteenth century as subject taught in many countries. Initially a central ... More

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