Paedagogica Historica. International Journal of the History of Education 58 (2022), 5

Titel der Ausgabe 
Paedagogica Historica. International Journal of the History of Education 58 (2022), 5
Weiterer Titel 
Histories of the Past and Histories of the Future: Pandemics and Historians of Education

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Paedagogica Historica. International Journal of the History of Education
Moritz Pallasch, Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin


Research Article

Histories of the past and histories of the future: pandemics and historians of education
Ian Grosvenor & Karin Priem
Pages: 581–590

Pox and parents: educational choices in the light of smallpox epidemics in seventeenth-century England
Susanne Spieker
Pages: 591–609

The Spanish flu epidemic in the press: health and education in the cities of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo (Brazil) in the years 1918–1919
Sônia Camara & Ariadne Lopes Ecar
Pages: 610–625

Echoes of the “Spanish flu” in the specialist pedagogical press El Magisterio Español (1918–1919)
Pedro Luis Moreno Martínez
Pages: 626–640

The noise of the living and the silence of the dead: public histories of education in between pandemics in the “rural” Portugal (1918–2021)
Helena Cabeleira & Ana Isabel Madeira
Pages: 641–659

COVID-19 and the emotional culture of pandemics: a retrospective and prospective view
Enric J. Novella
Pages: 660–675

Health, illness, and schools in Argentina: marks of epidemics in the history of a changing relation
Pablo Pineau & Ignacio Frechtel
Pages: 676–690

The effects on education of epidemics in Turkey
Betul Batir
Pages: 691–713

Unprecedented Times: A Historiography of Pandemics in North American Education
Kate Rousmaniere
Pages: 714–727

“What does this have to do with everything else?” An ecological reading of the impact of the 1918–19 influenza pandemic on education
Angelo Van Gorp, Eulàlia Collelldemont, Inês Félix, Ian Grosvenor, Björn Norlin & Núria Padrós Tuneu
Pages: 728–747

Are new pandemics a historical fate of human evolution? Education and the contribution from a geoethical perspective
Marta Paz, Isabel Teixeira & Dulce Lima
Pages: 748–767

Emerging ecologies and changing relations: a brief manifesto for histories of education after COVID-19
Karin Priem
Pages: 768–780

COVID-19 digital memory banks: challenges and opportunities for historians of education
Tizian Zumthurm & Stefan Krebs
Pages: 781–801

The future and the past are unevenly distributed: COVID’s educational disruptions and UNESCO’s global reports on education
Noah W. Sobe
Pages: 802–812

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