41TH INTERNATIONAL STANDING CONFERENCE FOR THE HISTORY OF EDUCATION (ISCHE 41): SPACES AND PLACES OF EDUCATION
(For additional information please see the conference website at https://www.fpce.up.pt/ische2019)
The 41th International Standing Conference for the History of Education (ISCHE 41), the 2019 annual conference, will be held at the Faculty of Psychology of the University of Porto from Tuesday 16th July 2019 to Saturday 20th July 2019. ISCHE 41 has for its theme 'Spaces and Places of Education'.
This conference seeks to engage with a ‘spatial turn’ in education attentive to the existence of multiple spaces (transversal, intersected, aligned, paradoxical, antagonistic, imagined, and virtual, for example). No matter the theoretical framework, this perspective invites scholars to address how contextualized and multi-scaled analyses of physical, conceptual, or imagined spaces and/or places can contribute to the history of education. In this fashion, ISCHE 41 encourages scholars to analyse a wide range of issues (social, cultural, political, economic, technological, pedagogical, material and subjective) that explain the production and organization of the public space of education, while also considering how educational actors read, experience and respond to specific contexts.
A consortium is responsible for the local organization of the ISCHE 41st Annual Conference:
- CIIE – Centre for Research and Intervention in Education, Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences of the University of Porto
- CIEd - Centre for Research in Education, University of Minho
- CEIS20 - Centre for 20th Century Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Coimbra
- HISTEDUP - Portuguese Association for the History of Education
The organizers welcome topics that address the following themes (including transversal approaches), included under the conference’s general theme:
- Nations, Empires and the geopolitics of knowledge and education
- Circulations and connections: local, (trans)national and global cartographies
- Contrasting spaces: urban/rural; centre/periphery; metropole/empire
- Material, textual, imagined and virtual spaces of education
- Educational places: memories, sensory and emotional experiences, interpretations
- Spaces of critique: alternative educations and pedagogies
- The politics of place: authority, citizenship, democracy, gender and empowerment
CALL FOR PAPERS
Please see https://www.fpce.up.pt/ische2019/call.html
The call for proposals for the ISCHE 41 Pre-Conference Workshops is now open and ends on 31st January, 2019.
The Pre-Conference proposals should include a 500 word abstract of the proposed workshop, followed by information on topics included within the workshop, along with information on the convenor(s).
For further details see https://www.fpce.up.pt/ische2019/workshops.html
STANDING WORKING GROUPS
The Standing Working Groups (SWG) are small, thematically organized research groups within ISCHE, designed to coordinate research and discussion on a set topic, guided by specific research goals, for a set period of time. SWGs are automatically granted two parallel session slots on the programme of each ISCHE annual conference (in ISCHE Byelaws).
The deadline for submission of papers to any SWG is January 31, 2019.
For further details see https://www.fpce.up.pt/ische2019/working_groups.html
- November 12, 2018 Proposal Submission and Registration System Opens
- January 31, 2019 Proposals Submission Deadline
- March 15, 2019 Authors Notified of Acceptance
- April 15, 2019 Conference Program Finalized
- May 10, 2019 Last day to Register at Early Registration Rates
- May 10, 2019 Last day to cancel at 100% Refund (after deduction of bank fees)
- June 10, 2019 Last day to cancel at 50% Refund (after deduction of bank fees)
- July 16, 2019 ISCHE Pre-Conference Workshops
- July 17-20, 2019 ISCHE Conference
- October 31, 2019 Article proposal for Paedagogica Historica special issue on Spaces and Places of Education
António Nóvoa is Honorary President of the University of Lisbon, of which he was President between 2006 and 2013. He holds a PhD in Education from the University of Geneva and a PhD in History from the University of Paris IV-Sorbonne. He was President of ISCHE in the 2000-2003 term. He is a researcher in the areas of history of education, comparative education and educational policies.
Catherine Burke is a Reader in History of Education and Childhood at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, UK. Her research focuses on 20th and 21st century progressive education with a particular interest in material contexts. She collaborates with architects designing schools today who are interested in drawing useful knowledge from past efforts to design schools to fit the child. She is currently working on transatlantic transferences of knowledge about the design of education during the ‘open learning’ era of the 1960s and 1970s.
Eugenia Roldán Vera is a Professor of History of Education at the Department of Educational Research, Center for Research and Advanced Studies in Mexico City. Her work deals with the history of education in Mexico and Latin America in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, especially the history of textbooks, transnational dissemination of educational models, history of concepts in education, and the ritual and performative aspects of schooling. She is currently the Director of the Revista Mexicana de Historia de la Educación.
Gita Steiner-Khamsi is professor of comparative and international education at Teachers College, Columbia University, New York. In addition, she has been seconded by the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (Geneva) to serve as faculty member and director of NORRAG for a period of four years. As a result, she spends the fall semesters in New York, and the spring semesters in Geneva. A former president of the Comparative and International Society, she carries out research and publishes on topics related to comparative education, policy studies, globalization, and development studies. She is editor or co-editor of three book series (Routledge, E. Elgar, Teachers College Press).
LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE
- José António Afonso, CIEd and University of Minho firstname.lastname@example.org
- Francisco Miguel Araújo, HISTEDUP and University of Porto email@example.com
- Luís Grosso Correia, CIIE and University of Portolgrosso@letras.up.pt
- Margarida Louro Felgueiras, CIIE-FPCE/University of Porto firstname.lastname@example.org
- António Gomes Ferreira, CEIS20 and University of Coimbra email@example.com
- Luís Mota, CEIS20 and Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra firstname.lastname@example.org
- Joaquim Pintassilgo, HISTEDUP and University of Lisbon email@example.com
- Cláudia Pinto Ribeiro, HISTEDUP and University of Porto firstname.lastname@example.org
- Felicitas Acosta, General Sarmiento University, Argentina
- Luis Alberto Alves, University of Porto, Portugal
- Adelina Arredondo, Autonomous University of the State of Morelos, Mexico
- Maria Helena da Câmara Bastos, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
- Luciana Bellatalla, Ferrara University, Italy
- Antonio Canales Serrano, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
- Clémence Cardon Quint, University of Bordeaux, France
- Marcelo Caruso, Humboldt University - Berlin, Germany
- Linda Chisholm, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
- Alicia Civera, Centre for Research and Advanced Studies - National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico
- Francisca Comas, University of the Balearic Islands, Spain
- Jeroen Dekker, University of Groningen, Netherlands
- Klaus Dittrich, Education University of Hong Kong, Honk Kong
- Décio Gatti Júnior, Federal University of Uberlândia, Brazil
- Joyce Goodman, University of Winchester, United Kingdom
- Frederik Herman, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland
- Rita Hofstetter, University of Geneva, Switzerland
- Rebekka Horlacher, University of Zurich, Switzerland
- Iveta Kestere, University of Latvia, Latvia
- Joakim Landahl, University of Stockholm, Sweden
- Daniel Lindmark, Umeå University, Sweden
- Ana Isabel Madeira, University of Lisbon, Portugal
- Kira Mahamud Angulo, National Distance Education University, Spain
- Damiano Matasci, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
- Josephine May, University of Newcastle, Australia
- Gary McCulloch, University College London Institute of Education, United Kingdom
- Julie McLeod, University of Melbourne, Australia
- Juri Meda, University of Macerata, Italy
- Maria João Mogarro, University of Lisbon, Portugal
- Attila Nobik, University of Szeged, Hungary
- Emmanuelle Picard, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France
- Pablo Pineau, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Maria del Mar del Pozo Andrés, University of Alcalá, Spain
- André Robert, Lumière University - Lyon 2, France
- Adriana Maria Paulo Silva, Federal University of Pernambuco Brazil
- Pablo Toro Blanco, Alberto Hurtado University, Chile
- Angelo Van Gorp, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
- Cynthia Greive Veiga, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil
- Johannes Westberg, Örebro University, Sweden
- William Whyte, St John’s College - Oxford, United Kingdom
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.
For additional information please see www.ische.org/