Australian and New Zealand History of Education Society (ANZHES) Conference,
QUT Gardens Point Campus, Brisbane, Queensland Australia
11-13 December 2013.
Convenor: Dr Keith Moore – email@example.com
Theme: Education for all? Access, equity and exclusivity
in the history of education.
Professor Sherman Dorn
Professor of Education at the University of South Florida. His research focuses on U.S. education policy of the past 60 years.
Professor Richard Teese
Professor and Director of the Centre for Research on Education Systems in the University of Melbourne.
His research is concerned with how well education systems work and for whom. These questions are best answered historically.
Professor Tanya Fitzgerald
Professor of Educational Leadership, Management and History at La Trobe University (Australia).
Professor Kay Morris Matthews
Formerly, Professor of Education at Victoria University of Wellington, Kay returned home to Hawke’s Bay in 2007 where she is Research Professor at the Eastern Institute of Technology.
Professor Kay Whitehead
Deputy Dean of the School of Education at Flinders University in South Australia.
Associate Professor Craig Campbell
Craig Campbell holds an honorary position at the University of Sydney. He has mainly researched the social history of Australian secondary schooling.
ANZHES 2013 Documents & Downloads
ANZHES 2013 CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
General information, Keynote speakers, Conference dinner
CALL FOR PAPERS
Abstract deadline 20 November 2013
Registration opens 1 September 2013
Accommodation offers across a varied price range
HISTORY OF EDUCATION REVIEW - SPECIAL CONFERENCE EDITION
Submission deadline 31 January 2014
ISCHE 2014: To coincide with the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War in 1914, the International Standing Conference in the History of Education 36, on the theme ‘Education, war and peace’, will be held at the Institute of Education, University of London in July 2014.
For more information visit www.ische2014.org or the ISCHE website.
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