The History of Education Society (UK) sponsors the publication of two peer-reviewed journals: History of Education and History of Education Researcher.
History of Education
History of Education has established itself as a leading, international, peer-reviewed journal, focusing on the history of education in all parts of the world. The journal is recognised as a key resource for both educationists and social historians alike.
The journal publishes original research and major reviews of books in the history of education. Papers dealing with both formal and informal education systems, comparative education, policy-making, the politics and experience of education and pedagogy are welcomed.
The journal also includes a section entitled Sources and Interpretations, which examines historical sources and debates around their interpretation in research and practice.Special Issues have focused on:
- feminism, femininity and feminization
- the second world war
- education and economic performance
- education and national identity
- education in Wales and Scandinavia
- ways of seeing education and schooling emerging historiographies
- reforming lives: progressivism, leadership and educational change
Peer Review Policy:
All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymized refereeing by at least two anonymous referees.Disclaimer for Scientific, Technical and Social Science publications:
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Historians of education, policy researchers, administrative researchers and sociologists of education.
Further information on the History of Education journal can be found at http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/0046760X.asp.
History of Education Researcher
The History of Education Researcher, (previously the History of Education Society Bulletin), edited by Dr Tom Woodin (Institute of Education) and Dr Susannah Wright (Oxford Brookes University) is a peer refereed journal which publishes shorter articles on the history of education. It is published twice a year in May and November and distributed to all members of History of Education Society (UK).
We welcome submissions from new researchers and from established researchers beginning work on new material. Constructive feedback is offered to those approaching publication for the first time. The Researcher includes items on archives and acquisitions in addition to news of the Society, notices of forthcoming events and book reviews.
Contributions should be sent in the first instance to Dr Tom Woodin, EFPS, Institute of Education, University of London, 20 Bedford Way, London, WV1H 0AL, UK. Manuscripts, of which two copies must be submitted, should be typed with double spacing and wide margins. Articles should not exceed 5000 words including notes. Footnotes should be presented as a separate list at the end of the article. Footnotes should be numbered consecutively within the text with superscript numerals, placed outside punctuation.
Books should be cited as follows: N. Hans, New Trends in Education in the Eighteenth Century (Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1951) 52-53.
Journal papers should be cited thus: R. N. Carver, ‘The Work of Kay Ryley on the Birkdale School Board 1889-1902’, History of Education Society Bulletin, 38 (1986) 46-48.
Theses and dissertations: G. U. Blatt, The system of education in Germany since the war (unpublished M.Ed., University of Leeds, 1931) 49-51.
Quotations of 50 words or more should begin on a new line of text without quotation marks. Shorter quotations should be enclosed within the text in SINGLE quotation marks.