- For complete information, see the Call for Chapters.
EERA Network 17. Histories of Education is developing a book publication to mark the thirty-fifth anniversary of EERA, which coincides with the twenty-fifth anniversary of the network. The publication is envisaged as a transdisciplinary one, suited to the EERA-supported Springer book series on Transdisciplinary Perspectives in Educational Research. If you are interested in contributing to the proposed new volume, edited by the Link Convenor and the Convenors of Network 17, please send a (max. 500) word abstract to Geert Thyssen by October 31, 2023 for consideration: Geert.Thyssen(at)hvl.no.
Network 17 has reached out to the U.K. History of Education Society to encourage mutual exchange and expansion in a more formalised manner, which has been greeted with enthusiasm by said Society. The new Network Link Convenor will also seek to establish new, stronger ties with the International Standing Conference for the History of Education (ISCHE) through its newly elected President.
While Network 17 does not have any formal links to existing journals, its new Link Convenor has been elected fourth editor of History of Education (Taylor and Francis) and will use ECER, among other conferences and channels, to source contributions to a new disciplinary boundary-pushing section for which he is henceforth responsible.
Network 17 is also planning a book project to be proposed for EERA's Book Series, as well as a related Network funding bid, hoping to attract 'edgy', historically infused cross-disciplinary scholarship from a variety of areas and contexts, especially also from traditionally less represented regions and from across the career spectrum. Network 17 would welcome any potential contributions considered for this from any other EERA Network.
Network 17 has plans to further improve its conference reviewing process, so as to ensure continued attraction of quality contributions. As mentioned, the network also plans to publish a book as part of EERA's Book Series and to submit a related Network funding bid, hoping to attract 'edgy', historically infused cross-disciplinary scholarship from a variety of areas and contexts, especially also from traditionally less represented regions and from across the career spectrum.
Below please find NW 17's e-/publications:
- "Looking Back Going Forward: School_Time in Flux and Flow in Europe and Beyond" (new!)
- "Education Across Europe: A Visual Conversation"