History of Education Review (v. 47, n. 1, 2018) Powerful narratives and compelling explanations

New Issue

Special Issue: Powerful narratives and compelling explanations.

Guest editors: Craig Campbell and Dorothy Kass.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

GUEST EDITORIAL

Powerful narratives and compelling explanations: educational historians and museums at work

Craig Campbell, Dorothy Kass

MUSEUMS AND POPULAR HISTORY

The partnering of museums and academics: working together on history that matters

Eloise Wallace, Kay Morris Matthews

Affective practices and the prison visit: learning at Port Arthur and the Cascades Female Factory

Amy McKernan

EDUCATION AND ITS ROLE IN NATION BUILDING

“The system of compulsory education is failing”: Assimilation, mobility and Aboriginal students in Victorian State schools, 1961-1968

Beth Marsden

Totalitarian school politics during fascism in Italy and their transgenerational effects

Annemarie Augschöll

Australian education policy from the 1970s: an autobiographical approach

Craig Campbell, Lyndsay Connors

BIOGRAPHY AND HISTORY

The unsaintly behaviour of Mary Mackillop: her early teaching career at Portland

Carole Hooper

The national in the transnational: The compelling story of Anna Marie Hlawaczek in the New South Wales colonial teaching service

Josephine May

Lucky or privileged? Working with memory and reflexivity

Christine Trimingham Jack

New Education beyond the school: Rosemarie Benjamin’s Theatre for Children, 1937-1957

John Alexander McIntyre

BOOK REVIEWS

University Jubilees and University History Writing: A Challenging Relationship

James Waghorne

Committed to Learning: A History of Education at the University of Melbourne

Geoffrey Sherington

Class Wars. Money, Schools and Power in Modern Australia

Richard Teese

“The Right Thing to Read”: A History of Australian Girl-Readers, 1910–1960

Emily Gallagher

Empathy and History: Historical Understanding in Re-enactment, Hermeneutics and Education

Matilda Keynes

The Color of Mind: Why the Origins of the Achievement Gap Matter for Justice

ArCasia D. James-Gallaway