During 2021, the education reform-network organizes a series of seminars (one per month) engaging with central question at present concerning reform in education, including the role of nation and nationalism in education. The seminars will be held via Zoom.
The Research network Reforms in Education aims as the main theoretical result to further development of a concept of educational reform that can be applied to different national contexts, for international comparisons and the analysis of policy or knowledge transfer over time.
May 26, 2021
Speakers: Christian Lundahl (Örebro University), Sotiria Grek (Edinburgh), Martin Lawn (Edinburgh), and Joakim Landahl (Stockholm). Commentator: Christian Ydesen (Aalborg).
Registration for the zoom session til May 21: email@example.com
August 23, 2021
”The political project of the nation state and the education systems. Reforms in Europe and the Americas”, hosted by Mette Buchardt, Centre for Education Policy Research, Aalborg University.
Nicole Gotling, University of Vienna, Austria: ”Nation-state reform crafting through historiography. Textbook narratives of the Prussian Wars, from the 1860s till the World Wars”.
Felicitas Acosta, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, Argentina: ”Nation-States and secondary education reforms in Argentina: The case of the Colegio Nacional (National School)”
Discussant: Johannes Westberg, University of Groningen, NL
Registration for the zoom session till August 20, 2021: firstname.lastname@example.org
November 16, 2021
Katie Day Good (Miami University) on the rise of educational media use in schools in the early twentieth century
Discussant: Felicitas Macgilchrist (GEI & University of Goettingen)
Chair: Patrick Bettinger & Michael Geiss (Zurich University of Teacher Education)