Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education – v. 52, n. 5 (2016) Special Issue: Shaping European Welfare Nation-states through Professional Encounters with the Post-WW11 Immigrant

Table of Contents

Articles

Professional encounters with the post-WWII immigrant: a privileged prism for studying the shaping of European welfare nation-states. Marta Padovan-Özdemir & Christian Ydesen

Homo pontem: teachers as bridges to a multicultural Italy. Jamie A. Kowalczyk

The imperial welfare state? Decolonisation, education and professional interventions on immigrant children in Birmingham, 1948–1971. Christian Ydesen & Kevin Myers

The myth of The Phoenix: progressive education, migration and the shaping of the welfare state, 1985–2015. Cedric Goossens & Angelo Van Gorp

Racialised entanglements of teacher professionalisation and problematised immigrant schoolchildren: crafting a Danish welfare nation-state, 1970–2013. Marta Padovan-Özdemir

Profession, “performance”, and policy: teachers, examinations, and the state in England and Wales, 1846–1862. Andrew T. Knudsen

The educationalising of early childhood in Aotearoa New Zealand: tracking “free play” 1940s–2010. Sue Stover

Boys, be ambitious: William Smith Clark and the westernisation of Japanese agricultural extension in the Meiji era. Garrett Gowen, Rachel Friedensen & Ezekiel Kimball

The Catholic school and social justice in Africa: a Zambian case study. Brendan Patrick Carmody

Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education – v. 52, n. 5 (2016) Special Issue: Shaping European Welfare Nation-states through Professional Encounters with the Post-WW11 Immigrant