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Revolution And World War I Civil Rights?: Transnational Relations And Mexican Consul Records In Mexican American Educational History, 1910-1929, Victoria-María Macdonald, Gonzalo Guzmán Dec 2017

Revolution And World War I Civil Rights?: Transnational Relations And Mexican Consul Records In Mexican American Educational History, 1910-1929, Victoria-María Macdonald, Gonzalo Guzmán

Education's Histories

MacDonald and Guzmán demonstrate how the Mexican residents in the United States lobbied the Mexican government and Mexican consulates in the U.S. to secure their children's access to schooling from 1910-1929.


From The Boston Stone Jail, 1775, Jean C. O'Connor Dec 2017

From The Boston Stone Jail, 1775, Jean C. O'Connor

The Montana English Journal

Primary sources can open doors to stories we can only imagine. I share the discovery of an actual letter written by American patriot James Lovell in September of 1775, the more startling because in my research for my historical fiction novel The Cause I had already read a clerk-written version of the letter. I encourage teachers to utilize primary sources to entice their students’ development of narrative, and offer links to excellent sources from the Montana Historical Society.


Special Education As Both History And Theory: Disability And The Possibility Of Interdisciplinary Friendship: A Multilogue Response To Ellis, Osgood, And Warren, Benjamin Kelsey Kearl May 2017

Special Education As Both History And Theory: Disability And The Possibility Of Interdisciplinary Friendship: A Multilogue Response To Ellis, Osgood, And Warren, Benjamin Kelsey Kearl

Education's Histories

In his multilogue response to Ellis, Osgood, and Warren, Kearl argues that "history theorizes and theory historicizes."


"A Narrower Than Necessary Focus": Jason Ellis And Benjamin Kearl On Special Education History: A Multilogue Response To Benjamin Kelsey Kearl And Jason Ellis, Donald Warren Apr 2017

"A Narrower Than Necessary Focus": Jason Ellis And Benjamin Kearl On Special Education History: A Multilogue Response To Benjamin Kelsey Kearl And Jason Ellis, Donald Warren

Education's Histories

Donald Warren reads Benjamin Kearl's examination of special education history as an advance on the reconceptualization project,not a distraction from the historiographical work Ellis recommends.


Beyond Laggards And Morons: The Complicated World Of Special Education, Robert L. Osgood Feb 2017

Beyond Laggards And Morons: The Complicated World Of Special Education, Robert L. Osgood

Education's Histories

Robert L. Osgood responds to Benjamin Kelsey Kearl's biographical approach to special education in "Of Laggards and Morons."


Escaping Befriended Circles: A Multilogue Response To Benjamin Kelsey Kearl's "Of Laggards And Morons: Definitional Fluidity, Borderlinity, And The Theory Of Progressive Era Special Education (Parts 1 & 2)", Donald Warren Dec 2016

Escaping Befriended Circles: A Multilogue Response To Benjamin Kelsey Kearl's "Of Laggards And Morons: Definitional Fluidity, Borderlinity, And The Theory Of Progressive Era Special Education (Parts 1 & 2)", Donald Warren

Education's Histories

In this multilogue response to "Of Laggards and Morons," Warren affirms Kearl's approach to education history through philosophy and biography.


Of Laggards And Morons: Definitional Fluidity, Borderlinity, And The Theory Of Progressive Era Special Education, Benjamin Kelsey Kearl Nov 2016

Of Laggards And Morons: Definitional Fluidity, Borderlinity, And The Theory Of Progressive Era Special Education, Benjamin Kelsey Kearl

Education's Histories

Indiana University's Benjamin Kelsey Kearl uses a life history approach to study the history of special education through "the laggard" (Part 1) and "the moron" (Part 2).


Epistolary Hauntings: Working “With” And “On” Family Letters, Lucy E. Bailey Oct 2016

Epistolary Hauntings: Working “With” And “On” Family Letters, Lucy E. Bailey

Education's Histories

Lucy E. Bailey, Oklahoma State University, pursues multiple theoretical frameworks for analyzing her personal collection of family letters.


Flattening Hierarchies In A Round World: A Multilogue Response To Goldenberg’S “Youth Historians In Harlem (Part 2 Of 2)”, Michael Bowman Dec 2015

Flattening Hierarchies In A Round World: A Multilogue Response To Goldenberg’S “Youth Historians In Harlem (Part 2 Of 2)”, Michael Bowman

Education's Histories

Michael Bowman continues the discussion of Barry Goldenberg's work, asking what history does and who benefits from flattening hierarchies.


Sharing Authority And Agency: A Multilogue Response To Goldenberg’S “Youth Historians In Harlem,” Part 2 Of 2, Jack Dougherty Sep 2015

Sharing Authority And Agency: A Multilogue Response To Goldenberg’S “Youth Historians In Harlem,” Part 2 Of 2, Jack Dougherty

Education's Histories

Jack Dougherty (Trinity College) provides a multilogue response to Part 2 of Barry M. Goldenberg's Youth Historians in Harlem series.


Youth Historians In Harlem: Exploring The Possibilities In Collaborative History Research Between Local Youth And Scholars, Barry M. Goldenberg Sep 2015

Youth Historians In Harlem: Exploring The Possibilities In Collaborative History Research Between Local Youth And Scholars, Barry M. Goldenberg

Education's Histories

During 2014-15 academic year, high school students and Barry M. Goldenberg work together to study the history of education in Harlem.


Remembering In Order To Forget, Sara Clark Jul 2015

Remembering In Order To Forget, Sara Clark

Education's Histories

In this multilogue, Sara Clark lists 10 qualities of education histories using Donald Warren's methodological hypothesis.


Comfortable Inaction, In Action, Mike Suarez Jul 2015

Comfortable Inaction, In Action, Mike Suarez

Education's Histories

Mike Suarez reviews Dionne Danns' (2014) Desegregating Chicago's Public Schools: Policy Implementation, Politics, and Protest, 1965-1985.


Remedying Our Amnesia, Adrea Lawrence Jun 2015

Remedying Our Amnesia, Adrea Lawrence

Education's Histories

In this multilogue response, Lawrence discusses four methodolgical contributions of Donald Warren's "Waging War on Education" essay.


We Are All Historical Actors: A Multilogue Response To Goldenberg’S “Youth Historians In Harlem,” Part 1 Of 2, Mike Suarez Apr 2015

We Are All Historical Actors: A Multilogue Response To Goldenberg’S “Youth Historians In Harlem,” Part 1 Of 2, Mike Suarez

Education's Histories

Mike Suarez responds to Barry M. Goldenberg's "Youth Historians in Harlem (Part 1 of 3)" in an open peer review, multilogue format.


Race, Power, And Education In Early America, John Frederick Bell Feb 2015

Race, Power, And Education In Early America, John Frederick Bell

Education's Histories

Craig Steven Wilder. Ebony and Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America's Universities. New York: Bloomsbury Press, 2013. 423 pp. $30.00.


Time For A New Revisionism, Charles Tesconi Feb 2015

Time For A New Revisionism, Charles Tesconi

Education's Histories

Charles Tesconi provides a multilogue response to Donald Warren's "Waging War on Education: American Indian Versions."


Waging War On Education: American Indian Versions, Donald Warren Jan 2015

Waging War On Education: American Indian Versions, Donald Warren

Education's Histories

Article excerpt: "America Indian histories as analytical levers...case studies of what happens methodologically when education historians attempt to cleanse their methods of ethnocentrism and similar predispositions."


Questions Of Methodology: A Review Of The August 2014 History Of Education Quarterly Special Issue, Abigail Gundlach-Graham Dec 2014

Questions Of Methodology: A Review Of The August 2014 History Of Education Quarterly Special Issue, Abigail Gundlach-Graham

Education's Histories

This methodological review examines the August 2014 issue of History of Education Quarterly, which focuses on American Indian education history.


Our Trickster, The School, Adrea Lawrence May 2014

Our Trickster, The School, Adrea Lawrence

Education's Histories

This serialized essay examines the school as a trickster in the history of education, calling upon the history of American Indian education as a test case.