Call for expressions of interest for a Book Reviews Editor/s for the History of Education Researcher. After years of committed service, our current Book Reviews Editor, Alice Kirke, wishes to step down from the position. The History of Education Researcher is hence currently issuing a call for expressions of interest from suitably qualified applicants: Book … More Book Reviews Editor – Expression of Interest
In October I was invited by Professor Glòria Jové to carry out in Lleida University a series of activities related to my study of Bildung and Barbara Bodichon’s epistolary education. I gave two lectures, entitled “Bildung and Art: Education, Ethics and Esthetics”, where I discussed the role of art in educating citizens according to this … More Exporting Bildung and Epistolary Education
Last week I participated in the annual conference of the History of Education Society, which this year took place at Mary Immaculate College, Limerick (Ireland): http://www.hesc.mic.ul.ie/ Usually I present some elements of my research – conclusive remarks, I mean. This time in my paper, “Epistolary education: self-development at the interface of emotions and embodiment“, I brought … More Embodied Narrating Selves. A Call for Help!
On Saturday 18 May 2019 will take place in Winchester University the History of Education Society Post Graduate Research Conference, with the theme “Historical Representation: Exploring the History of Education”. Consider participating!!! You can send your 300-word abstract until 28th February 2019: Final CFP Postgraduate Conference
The Cultural Service of the University Rennes 2 (France) is currently calling for participation for their “Postal Art” activities. They are offering workshops on the art of sending letters and will make an exhibition out of all the art-letters participants will send: https://www.univ-rennes2.fr/service-culturel/info/cycle-sur-art-postal. You can send yours to Service culturel – Université Rennes 2 Campus … More L’Art Postal
The History of Education Researcher is currently calling for article submissions for our 2019 issues. We particularly welcome articles from young scholars and articles addressing methodological and theoretical questions on the history of education. To plan your submission, check our Call for Submissions October 2018 and the journal’s website: http://historyofeducation.org.uk/publications/history-of-education-researcher/ We look forward to publishing with you! … More History of Education Researcher Call for Submissions
I have recently moved in Frankfurt to do a research stay at Goethe University and I’m hoping to improve my German too. I know, my accent is thick, my grammar rough, and it takes me ages to construct a relatively intelligible sentence, but please, speak to me in German! It is very frustrating when people … More Sprechen Sie bitte auf Deutsch mit mir!
Mi favourite Spanish bookshop Traficantes de Sueños is inviting you to send them a postcard from wherever you are enjoying your most well-deserved holidays. I love the initiative! https://www.traficantes.net/actividad/este-verano-m%C3%A1ndanos-una-postal Pick up a nice postcard, copy down a paragraph you love/hate from your summer reading and send it to: Librería Traficantes de Sueños C/Duque de Alba, … More Send a Postcard!
I’m delighted to join the editorial team of the European Journal of Life Writing! http://ejlw.eu/about/editorialTeam The EJLW is an interdisciplinary journal published by the European section of the International Auto/Biography Association (IABA Europe). It publishes articles on any form of life narratives, with articles ranging from conceptual to practical and creative work. Here’s the latest … More European Journal of Life Writing
On 19th May I attended the Academic Job Boot Camp sponsored by History UK and supported by History Lab at the Institute of Historical Research in London: http://www.history-uk.ac.uk/sample-page/2018-academic-job-boot-camp/. What a great event!!! It shows a genuine willingness from the part of the organisers to make transparent and comprehensible the process of recruiting early career researchers. I … More Academic Job Boot Camp