In this episode we speak with Prof. Dr. Johannes Westberg (University of Groningen) about his thoughts on the social role of history of education, different takes on the functions of historical narratives, and the need for the film “Die Hard 4”. Westberg, who recently co-convened ISCHE 42, one of the largest conferences in the field, […]
In this episode we speak with Dr. Rebekka Horlacher (Pädagogische Hochschule Zürich) about the role of sources and materialities in history of education. Reflecting on the potentials of different sources might just be one of the core operations of historical research activities and with Dr. Rebekka Horlacher we have a very well-versed scholar giving us […]
Chelsea A. Rodriguez, M.A., ISCHE 42’s ECR representative, and Fanny Isensee, this time in her role as a member of the coordinating team of ISCHE 42, reflect on digital conferences under pandemic circumstances. We discuss the role and relevance of conferences, how they differ in digital spaces and how all this affects the work and […]
#1 – A New Beginning
In this episode we introduce ourselves, the team behind History of Education On Air, and discuss the aims and format of the podcast. The podcast is produced by Sónia Vaz Borges, Fanny Isensee, Daniel Töpper and Josefine Wähler.