History of Educacion. Journal of the History of Education Society – v. 45, n. 4 (2016) Special Issue: Marginalized children – methodological and ethical issues in the history of education and childhood

Table of Contents

Editorial

Marginalized children: methodological and ethical issues in the history of education and childhood. Johanna Sköld & Kaisa Vehkalahti

Articles

Historical child sexual abuse in England and Wales: the role of historians. Adrian Bingham, Lucy Delap, Louise Jackson & Louise Settle

Dusting the archives of childhood: child welfare records as historical sources. Kaisa Vehkalahti

Avoiding the agency trap: caveats for historians of children, youth, and education. Mona Gleason

Abuse of foster children in nineteenth-century Australia: why did it happen then, and why does it matter now? Nell Musgrove

The ‘truth’ about idiocy: revisiting files of children in the Dutch ‘School for Idiots’ in the nineteenth century. Annemieke van Drenth

The truth about abuse? A comparative approach to inquiry narratives on historical institutional child abuse. Johanna Sköld

History of Educacion. Journal of the History of Education Society – v. 45, n. 4 (2016) Special Issue: Marginalized children – methodological and ethical issues in the history of education and childhood