History of Education Review – v. 45, n. 1 (2016)

Table of Contents


The role of universities in nation-building in 1950s Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand. Catherine Manathunga

Access and exclusivity in nineteenth-century Victorian schools. Carole Hooper (pp. 16 – 27)

“Among the Boer Children”: Australian women teachers in South African concentration camp schools, 1901-1904. Nicole Anae 

Inclusive education in New Zealand: rhetoric and reality. Judith Anne Selvaraj 

No regrets in the evening of life: Access, equity and exclusivity at Junction Park State School in the early twentieth century. Neville Douglas Buch , Beryl Roberts 

Privileged knowledge, privileged access: early universities in Australia. Sue North 

“Raw, free”, and “almost rude”: educating warders’ children on St Helena Penal Establishment. Tony James Brady 

The Western Australian Art and Crafts Superintendents’ advocacy for years k-12 Visual Arts in education. Geoffrey William Lummis , Julia Elizabeth Morris , Graeme Lock 

Book Review

For the CommonWeal: The Public High School in Victoria 1910-2010. Craig Campbell 

Midwives of Progressive Education: The Bureau of Educational Experiments 1916-1919. Suzanne Manning 

Symposium report

Symposium report. Marta Brunelli , Juri Meda

History of Education Review – v. 45, n. 1 (2016)