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  1. Session 1 – Module introduction; history of education in perspective 21 items
    1. Key reading 1 item
    2. Other readings 20 items
      If you get a chance, choose one other from below:
      1. Bagchi, B., Fuchs, E. & Rousmaniere, K. (2014) Connecting Histories of Education: Transnational Exchanges and Cross-Cultural Transfers in (Post)-colonial Education, Oxford: Berghahn Books. 

      2. History of education for the twenty-first century - Richard Aldrich, David Crook, University of London. Institute of Education 2000

        Book 

      3. Hermeneutics, history and memory - Phil Gardner 2010

        Book 

      4. Jesper Eckhardt Larsen ed (2012) Knowledge, Politics and the History of Education, Berlin: Lit Verlag

      5. History of education: major themes - Roy Lowe 2000

        Book 

      6. Women and education: major themes in education - Joyce Goodman, Jane Martin 2011

        Book 

      7. The RoutledgeFalmer reader in the history of education - Gary McCulloch 2005

        Book 

      8. Cultural history and education: critical essays on knowledge and schooling - Barry M. Franklin, Miguel A. Pereyra, Thomas S. Popkewitz 2001

        Book 

      9. New perspectives in the history of Indian education - Parimala V. Rao 2014

        Book 

      10. Education, change and the policy process - Harold Silver 1990

        Book 

  2. Session 2 - Literacy 27 items
    1. Key readings 3 items
    2. Other readings 24 items
      1. Literacy and development in the West - Carlo M. Cipolla 1969

        Book 

      2. A history of modern British adult education - Roger Fieldhouse, National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (England and Wales) 1996

        Book 

      3. Reading and writing: literacy in France from Calvin to Jules Ferry - François Furet, Jacques Ozouf 1982

        Book 

      4. Literacy in traditional societies - Jack Goody 1968

        Book 

      5. Modernism and the common writer - Christopher Hilliard 2005-9-12

        Article 

      6. Literacy and the practice of writing in the 19th century: a strange blossoming of spirit - Ursula Howard, National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (England and Wales) c2012

        Book 

      7. Literacy and education in England, 1640-1900 - L. Stone

        Chapter 

  3. Session 3 – Childhood 38 items
    1. Key readings 3 items
    2. Other readings 25 items
      1. Centuries of childhood - Philippe Ariès 1962

        Book 

      2. Children in Different and Difficult Times: The History of American Childhood, Part One - Barbara Beatty, Jacqueline S. Reinier, Priscilla Ferguson Clement, David I. Macleod 21/2000

        Article 

      3. After the death of childhood: growing up in the age of electronic media - David Buckingham, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2000 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      4. The history of childhood - Lloyd DeMause 1976

        Book 

      5. A century of childhood - Stephen Humphries, Joanna Mack, Robert Perks 1988

        Book 

      6. Re-presenting childhood - Allison James, Alan Prout

        Chapter 

      7. Children in history: concepts of nature and society - L Jordanova

        Chapter 

      8. Forgotten children: parent-child relations from 1500 to 1900 - Linda A. Pollock 1983

        Book 

      9. The disappearance of childhood - Neil Postman 1994

        Book 

      10. Childhood in the middle ages - Shulamith Shahar 1992

        Book 

    3. Childhood and literature readings 10 items
      1. Sefer masa u-merivah le-R' Alexander Ben Yitzhak Papinhofin - Alexander ben Yiẓḥak Pfaffenhofen, Chava Turniansky 1985

        Book 

      2. Evans, M. Kinnell (2000), 'Lessons in image making: schooling through children's books', History of Education Society Bulletin 65: 26-34. 

      3. An introduction to children's literature - Peter Hunt 1994

        Book 

      4. Children's literature in the 1890s and the 1990s - Kimberley Reynolds, British Council 1994

        Book 

      5. The Tidy house: little girls writing - Carolyn Steedman 1982

        Book 

  4. Session 4 – Empires, imperialism and education 28 items
    1. Key readings 3 items
    2. Other readings 25 items
      1. The State, the family and education - Miriam E. David 1980

        Book 

      2. The policing of families - Jacques Donzelot, Robert Hurley Mar. 1980

        Book 

      3. The British Empire: sunrise to sunset - Philippa Levine 2007

        Book 

      4. Culture and imperialism - Edward W. Said 1994, c1993

        Book 

  5. Session 5 – State, Nation and Education 19 items
    1. Key readings 2 items
    2. Other readings 17 items
      1. A curriculum for the nation - R. Aldrich

        Chapter 

      2. Restating the State - Andrew Gamble, Tony Wright 04/2003

        Article 

      3. History of Education: Vol 28, No 3. Special Edition, 'Education and National Identity' - R. Lowe, G. McCulloch

        Journal  Especially articles by Foster (on American textbooks) and Grosvenor (on British national identity and the assimilation of immigrants).

  6. Session 6 - Education, health and social welfare 14 items
    1. Key readings 3 items
    2. Other readings 11 items
      1. Historical child sexual abuse in England and Wales: the role of historians - Adrian Bingham, Lucy Delap, Louise Jackson, Louise Settle 03/07/2016

        Article  Also this whole special issue on ‘Marginalised children – methodological and ethical issues in the history of education and childhood.’

      2. Mothers of a new world: maternalist politics and the origins of welfare states - Seth Koven, Sonya Michel c1993

        Book 

      3. The open air schools of Bristol, 1913-1957 - Jeannie Shorey, Historical Association (Great Britain). Bristol Branch 1992

        Book 

      4. The Children of London: Attendance and welfare at school 1870-1990 - A. Susan Williams, Patrick Ivin, Caroline Morse 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      5. A breath of fresh air: Birmingham's open-air schools 1911-1970 - Frances Wilmot, Pauline Saul 1998

        Book 

  7. Session 7 - Youth movements, leisure and education 20 items
    1. Key readings 3 items
    2. Other readings 17 items
      1. Imperialism, nationalism and organized youth - M. Blanch

        Chapter 

      2. A social history of leisure since 1600 - Gary S. Cross c1990

        Book 

      3. Hooligan: a history of respectable fears - Geoffrey Pearson 1983

        Book 

      4. Youth, empire and society: British youth movements, 1883-1940 - John Springhall 1977

        Book 

      5. Coming of age: adolescence in Britain, 1860-1960 - John Springhall c1986

        Book 

      6. Leisure in Britain 1780-1939 - John K. Walton, James Walvin c1983

        Book 

  8. Session 8 – Education and the economy 24 items
    1. Key readings 3 items
    2. Other readings 21 items
      1. Education and employment: the DfEE and its place in history - Richard Aldrich, David Crook, David Watson, University of London. Institute of Education 2000

        Book 

      2. Human capital: a theoretical and empirical analysis, with special reference to education - Gary Stanley Becker, National Bureau of Economic Research c1993

        Book 

      3. The race between education and technology - Claudia Dale Goldin, Lawrence F. Katz 2008

        Book 

      4. Thinking for a living: education and the wealth of nations - Ray Marshall, Marc Tucker 1992

        Book 

      5. Education and economic decline in Britain, 1870 to the 1990s - Michael Sanderson, Economic History Society 1999 (electronic resource)

        Book 

  9. Session 9 - Urban and rural education 12 items
    1. Key readings 2 items
    2. Other readings 10 items
      1. The City and education in four nations - Ronald K. Goodenow, W. E. Marsden 1992

        Book 

      2. In search of Brazil's street children - T. Hecht

        Chapter 

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