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Paedagogica Historica, Volume 50, Issue 6, December 2014 is now available online

Special Issue: Shaping the history of education? The first 50 years of Paedagogica Historica

This new issue contains the following articles:

Shaping the history of education? The first 50 years of Paedagogica Historica – introduction
Jeroen J.H. Dekker & Frank Simon
Pages: 707-716

The journal and the discipline
Paedagogica Historica: trendsetter or follower?
Rebecca Rogers
Pages: 717-736

The International Standing Conference for the History of Education and Paedagogica Historica: a historical view on institutional strategies and practices
Eckhardt Fuchs
Pages: 737-755

National and transnational developments
The mythology of schooling: the historiography of American and European education in comparative perspective
Matthew Gardner Kelly
Pages: 756-773

History of education in Canada: historiographic “turns” and widening horizons
Rosa Bruno-Jofré
Pages: 774-785

Cinquante années de débats et de recherches sur l’école française
Pierre Caspard & Jean-François Condette
Pages: 786-796

From internal unravelling to transnational assembling: histories of education in Mexico
Elsie Rockwell
Pages: 797-804

History of education research in Australia: some current trends and possible directions for the future
Tom O’Donoghue
Pages: 805-812

Connected and entangled histories: writing histories of education in the Indian context
Barnita Bagchi
Pages: 813-821

History of education in Brazil: the construction of a knowledge field
José Gonçalves Gondra, Carlos Eduardo Vieira, Regina Helena Silva Simões & Claudia Engler Cury
Pages: 822-829

Shaping new trends
From dictatorship to democracy: history of education in Spain
Antonio Viñao
Pages: 830-843

History of education and the struggle for intellectual liberation in post-Soviet Baltic space after the fall of the Berlin Wall
Iveta ?estere
Pages: 844-851

Nature, nurture and neuroscience: some future directions for historians of education
Richard Aldrich
Pages: 852-860

Towards a history of e-ducation? Exploring the possibilities of digital humanities for the history of education
Sarah Van Ruyskensvelde
Pages: 861-870

Mapping the discipline history of education
Rita Hofstetter, Alexandre Fontaine, Solenn Huitric & Emmanuelle Picard
Pages: 871-880