Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education – v. 52, n. 6 (2016) Special Issue: Transnationalising the history of education in modern Korea

Table of Contents

Editorial

Transnationalising the history of education in modern Korea. Klaus Dittrich & Yoonmi Lee

Articles

Guns, farms, and foreign languages: the introduction of western learning and the first government schools in late nineteenth-century Korea. Leighanne Yuh

Religion, modernity and politics: colonial education and the Australian mission in Korea, 1910–1941. Yoonmi Lee

Assimilating Korea: Japanese Protestants, “East Asian Christianity” and the education of Koreans in Japan, 1905–1920. Dolf-Alexander Neuhaus

“The finest ‘bunch’ of children to be found anywhere”: educating European and American youths in Korea, 1880s–1940s. Klaus Dittrich

Literacy education and orthography in the Spanish Golden Age, 1531–1631. Alejandro Gómez Camacho & Jesús Casado Rodrigo

Priority, politics and pedagogical science. Bruce Curtis

Writing in the field of education: the Inquiry on Portuguese schools (1875). Justino Magalhães

Consequences of the 1873 economic crisis for the Argentinian State educational design. Oscar Daniel Duarte

Representations of race and racism in the textbooks used in southern black schools during the American Civil War and Reconstruction era, 1861–1876. AnneMarie Brosnan

The origins and evolution of child protection in terms of the history of ideas. Juha Hämäläinen

Californian genius: Lewis Terman’s gifted child in regional perspective. Clémentine Beauvais

Laboratory

Laboratory / laboratoire / labor. Ian Grosvenor

Capacity building and communitas in the history of education. Susanne Spieker & Angelo Van Gorp

Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education – v. 52, n. 6 (2016) Special Issue: Transnationalising the history of education in modern Korea