ICHRE Online History of Education Research Conference, Thursday 9 July 2020
We are delighted to welcome you to our virtual conference! We have organised this event to help maintain contacts between researchers in the history of education in the UK and in different parts of the world, and also to highlight new research and current publications and projects in the history of education. Owing to the large level of interest, we will be running the event on Microsoft Teams with a mix of plenary sessions and parallel sessions. We have created an interactive programme to enable delegates to access each session.
Please see the interactive programme (pdf) here and interactive programme (word) here. The full book of abstracts for each session is here. You may find the following document helpful in using Teams Technical info for delegates.
Please help ICHRE plan future sessions by completing the short conference evaluation survey. Thank you!
[To join each session please click the link below – you can also access via the links on the pdf or word documents, although please be aware that for some reason the links do not work for everyone via pdf or word. All speakers should have received a Teams invite to their own session]
08.30-9.00 Access open to Teams Meeting
09.00-9.10 Opening of conference (PLENARY)
9.10-9.30 Book Launches (PLENARY)
11.30-12.00 Book Launches (PLENARY)
Parallel Session 4: Culture and Knowledge
Parallel Session 5: Teacher Training
Parallel Session 6: Teaching and Knowledge
14.30-15.00 Book Launches (PLENARY)
Parallel Session 7: Education and Migration
Parallel Session 8: Interwar Education
Parallel Session 9: Internationalism
17.00 -17.20 Book Launches (PLENARY)
Parallel Session 10: Texts and Education
Parallel Session 11: Childhood and Youth
Parallel Session 12: Education and Reform
18.20-18.30 Closing Remarks (PLENARY)
Gary McCulloch has made a short welcome video.
Slides for presentations received by 7 July are available here:
We look forward very much to providing a means to maintain contact between researchers in the history of education in the UK and around the world, and to highlighting new research, and to welcoming you to the online conference on Thursday 9 July.
Academic coordinator: Professor Gary McCulloch
Academic committee: Dr Georgina Brewis, Dr Mark Freeman, Professor Gary McCulloch, Dr Maria Williams and Dr Tom Woodin.