International Centre for Historical Research in Education (ICHRE) at the UCL Institute of Education (IOE) is a leading centre for historical research into education
Here you will find recordings of the online seminars given in 2020 and 2021.
IHR Seminar, 9 December 2021, ‘Colonial state and indigenous vernacular schools in nineteenth-century India’, Parimala V. Rao (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
IHR Seminar, 25 November 2021, ‘Colonization and Jesuit education in Brazil’, Marisa Bittar (Universidade Federal de São Carlos) & Amarilio Ferreira Jr. (Universidade Federal de São Carlos)
IHR Seminar, 7 October 2021, ‘Exploring what frames our research: The ordinariness of the nation in educational epistemology’ (Daniel Tröhler, University of Vienna)
IHR Seminar, 6 May 2021, Public examinations in secondary schools in the early 20th century: What undermined radical attempts to restrict them? (Dr Andrew Watts, University of Cambridge)
IHR Seminar, 18 February 2021: ‘This paternalism was chafing’: The rise and fall of a community at Swansea University, 1945-1973 (Dr Sam Baxland, Swansea University)
IHR seminar, 21 January 2021: Child-centred education and concepts of childhood in post-war English and Welsh primary schools (Dr Laura Tisdall, Newcastle University)
IHR Seminar, 3 December 2020: Teaching Postwar British History through the History of Education
A panel exploring the Secondary Education and Social Change project with Chris Jeppesen and Annie Thwaite (University of Cambridge) and
Andrew Stacey-Chapman (Northallerton School).
IHR Seminar 5 November 2020: Tradition and Change in School Reform
Speaker: Lindsay Paterson, University of Edinburgh.
Discussants: Anja Giudici, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Oxford and Rita Nikolai, Professor for Comparative Education, University of Augsburg
IHR Seminar 9 October 2020, Hungry Children – Historical and Contemporary Reflections
A special session of the History of Education Seminar at the Institute of Historical Research organised in partnership with the Histories of Education research group at the University of Sheffield and the Institute of Lifecourse Development at the University of Greenwich.
Speakers: Heather Ellis (University of Sheffield), Gurpinder Lalli (University of Wolverhampton), Mary Clare Martin (University of Greenwich), Holly Martin (Former Gardener-in-residence, Manorfield Primary School), Gary McCulloch (UCL Institute of Education), Yinka Olusoga (University of Sheffield).