On 26 August an online meeting was held with three short presentations and discussions, followed by the NW17 meeting.
NW 17 offered the special call at ECER 2019: History of Education in Times of Risk and Promise
The 10th History of Education Doctoral Summer School (HEDSS) will take place 13 - 16 June 2019 at Liverpool John Moores University, UK.
Network 17 held a two-part symposium, entitled "Timespacematters of Education" at ECER 2018, Bolzano, and issued teaching and learning materials on school and time both as an e-/publication and an online platform. The e-/publication and online platform "Looking Back Going Forward: School_Time in Flux and flow in Europe and Beyond" can be found here and here, respectively. A NW17 research workshop at ECER 2019, Hamburg, is anticipated to help further disseminate and expand on these project outputs.
Iveta Kestere (University of Latvia, Latvia) took over from Helena Ribeiro de Castro as new Link Convenor after ECER 2018.
The 9th History of Education Doctoral Summer School (HEDSS) was held 7 - 10 June 2018 at University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia.
The project "Looking back Going forward: School_Time in Flux and Flow in Europe and beyond" aims to create windows of opportunity for time-inflected comparative thinking and re/imagining around conditions of schooling in Europe and beyond in the form of (1) a freely and easily accessible web-based platform with online teaching and learning materials catering to the needs of diverse audiences internationally, including teachers, children and young people; (2) a round table bringing together European educational researchers across disciplinary boundaries.
The 8th History of Education Doctoral Summer School (HEDSS) was held 8 - 11 June 2017 at University of Sassari, Italy.
Supported by EERA, a joint project 'Cultural Learning, Identity and the European Project’ was introduced by members of NW17 and NW20. The focus of this project was an exploration of the interplay between two concepts being promoted within European educational policy discourse, that of the Engaged University and Cultural Learning. Results of the project will be summarised in a book welcoming contributions from both networks.
The 7th History of Education Doctoral Summer School (HEDSS) was held 9 - 12 June 2016 at University of Groningen, The Netherlands.
The Summer School "Researching Histories of Educational Spaces Discourses and Sources" was held 18-20 June 2015 at the University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg.
The Summer School "Histories of Education Summer School" was held 12-15 June 2014 at the Umeå University, Sweden.
Network 17 published an e-book "Education across Europe. A Visual Conversation" (NW17 2014), which collected contributions written by more than twenty researchers coming from all parts of Europe. It was edited by a team of former and current convenors and it can be found here.
The Summer School "Researching Histories of European Educational Spaces Discourses and Sources" was held 13-16 June 2013 at the University of Hamburg, Germany.
Helena Ribeiro de Castro (Instituto Piaget, Campus Universitário de Almada, Portugal) was elected as the new convenor.
The Summer School "Researching Histories of European Educational Spaces Discourses and Sources" was held 7-10 June 2012 at the University of Lisbon, Portugal.
The Summer School "Researching Histories of European Educational Spaces Discourses and Sources" was held 9-12 June 2011 at the University of Birmingham, UK.
The Summer School " Researching Histories of European Educational Spaces Discourses and Sources " was held 10 - 13 June 2010 at the University of Ghent, Belgium.
At ECER 2010 "Education and Cultural Change” in Helsinki, Graham Attwell and his colleagues from Pontysysgu interviewed the link convenor Angelo Van Gorp.
Angelo van Gorp (KU Leuven, Belgium) was elected as the new convenor.
Catherine Burke (University of Cambridge, UK) was elected as the new Link Convenor.
In 2006 the title of the network changed into 'Histories of Education'.
Since 2002 Ian Grosvenor acted as the only Link Convenor for network 17.
The Network was founded in 1999 and the original convenors were Frank Simon, Ian Grosvenor, Martin Lawn and Henk Van Setten.