Τετάρτη, 28 Οκτωβρίου 2015

History of Education

History of Education


 Vol. 44, n°6, novembre 2015

 Transnationalism, Gender and Teaching.

 
  • Transnationalism, gender and teaching: perspectives from the history of education, Deirdre Raftery & Marie Clarke
  • Gender, cosmopolitanism, and transnational space and time: Kasuya Yoshi and girls’ secondary education, Joyce Goodman
  • Our Boys: the Christian Brothers and the formation of youth in the ‘new Ireland’ 1914–1944, Daire Keogh
  • Teaching Sisters and transnational networks: recruitment and education expansion in the long nineteenth century, Deirdre Raftery
  • Teacher mobility and transnational, ‘British World’ space: the League of the Empire’s ‘Interchange of Home and Dominion Teachers’, 1907–1931, Jody Crutchley
  • William Graham Brooke (1835–1907): advocate of girls’ superior schooling in nineteenth-century Ireland, Christopher F. McCormack


http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/thed20/44/6#.VjCQL4T4lBw

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