ISSN 0046-760X (Print); ISSN 1464-5130 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
‘The business of life’: educating Catholic deaf children in late nineteenth-century England
Mangion, Carmen M.
A new approach to vocational guidance for school-leavers in the 1920s? Exploring key themes from an influential 1926 report
Gipsy Hill Training College graduates: once, always and everywhere a modern woman teacher in the interwar years
Perilous times: an oral history of teachers’ experience with school inspection in the 1930s
A new space for a new science: the transformation of the JAE Campus after the Spanish Civil War
Canales, Antonio Fco.
Back to the future or towards a sensory history of schooling
Researching emotion and affect in the history of education
Sobe, Noah W.
The right to learn: the WEA in the north of England
In defence of learning: the plight, persecution and placement of academic refugees 1933–1980s
Making socialists: Mary Bridges Adams and the fight for knowledge and power, 1855–1939
The struggle for the history of education
Cunningham, Peter; Chitty, Clyde; Robinson, Wendy