History of Education Quarterly – v. 56, n. 1 (2016)

Table of Contents


Note from the Editors–Intellectual Borderlands: Charting the Future for HEQ. Nancy Beadie, Joy Williamson-Lott, and Isaac Gottesman

HES Presidential Address–Out-of-Class Project: American Teachers’ Summertime Activities, 1880s–1930s. Christine A. Ogren

From Single to Married: Feminist Teachers’ Response to Family/Work Conflict in Early Twentieth-Century New York City. Patricia A. Carter

Blurring Public and Private: The Pragmatic Desegregation Politics of an Elite Private School in Atlanta. Michelle A. Purdy

Between the School and the Academy: The Struggle to Promote Teacher Research at Columbia University’s Lincoln School, 1917–1935. Jonna Perrillo


Forum on Teaching: Constructing Historical Cases. Joy Williamson-Lott and Nancy Beadie

Defining Purpose and Process in Teaching History with Case Studies. Jack Dougherty

Case Study as Common Text: Collaborating in and Broadening the Reach of History of Education. Ansley T. Erickson

Future Teachers and Historical Habits of Mind: A Pedagogical Case Study. Heather Lewis

Civil Rights, Educational Inequality, and Transnational Takes on the U.S. History Survey. Laura K. Mu˜noz

Using Case Studies in the History of Education to Teach U.S. Women’s and Gender History. Karen Leroux

Using the Educational Histories of Individuals to Complicate Standard Historical Narratives about Expanding Citizenship Rights and Opportunity. Valinda W. Littlefield

Reconstructing the Southern Landscape: The History of Education and the Struggle for Civil Rights in Charleston, South Carolina. Jon N. Hale

The Significance of Geographic and Programmatic Context in Developing Historical Case Studies in Social Foundations in Teacher Education. Isaac Gottesman and Michael Bowman

Book Reviews

Bix, Girls Coming to Tech! A History of American Engineering Education for Women. Kim Tolley

Capshew, Herman B. Wells: The Promise of the American University. Garett Gietzen

Gram, Education at the Edge of Empire: Negotiating Pueblo Identity in New Mexico’s Indian Boarding Schools. Adrea Lawrence

Gutman, A City for Children: Women, Architecture, and the Charitable Landscapes of Oakland, 1850–1950. Karen Leroux

Hsu, The Good Immigrants: How the Yellow Peril Became the Model Minority. Eileen H. Tamura

Phillips, The New Math: A Political History. Charles Dorn

Riney-Kehrberg, The Nature of Childhood: An Environmental History of Growing Up in America Since 1865. Joseph Watras

Wellmon, Organizing Enlightenment: Information Overload and the Invention of the Modern Research University. James C. Albisetti

History of Education Quarterly – v. 56, n. 1 (2016)