Paedagogica Historica

(The TQCC of Paedagogica Historica is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
History pedagogic practices in Greek supplementary schools in England, past and present5
From Pestalozzi’s intuition principle to classrooms: the counting frame and innovations in the teaching of mathematics (Spain, nineteenth century)4
Piaget, diplomat of educational internationalism. From the International Bureau of Education to UNESCO (1929–1968)4
Breaking boundaries: women in higher education3
Discovering Bowlby: infant homes and attachment theory in West Germany after the Second World War3
Revival or bilingualism? The impact of European nationalist thinking on Irish language curricular policy around the advent of political independence in Ireland3
Spaces and places of education: prelude3
Are new pandemics a historical fate of human evolution? Education and the contribution from a geoethical perspective3
The history and politics of schooling in Myanmar3
How the influenza pandemic 1918/19 affected teacher education and schools in several ways − a case study from Switzerland2
“Feeling strange” ‒ oral histories of newly arrived migrant children’s experiences of schooling in Denmark from the 1970s2
“Wake up for education”: colonialism, social transformation, and the beginnings of the anti-caste movement in India2
Reading Mateřídouška: children’s culture and children’s subjectivities in socialist Czechoslovakia2
Educational expansion and socio-geographical inequality (Belgium, 1961–2011)2
Appropriating the New: Progressive Education and its (re)constructions by Spanish schoolteachers2
“A glorious future” for Africa: development, higher education and the making of African elites in the United States (1961–1971)2
Each from their own soil: an exploration of the creation of two Steiner schools in 1980s Victoria, Australia2
Emerging ecologies and changing relations: a brief manifesto for histories of education after COVID-192
Educating the Volksgemeinschaft: authoritarian ideals and school reforms in Europe’s fascist era2
The noise of the living and the silence of the dead: public histories of education in between pandemics in the “rural” Portugal (1918–2021)2
The transnational dissemination of the infant school to the periphery of Europe: the role of primary schools, religion, travels, and handbooks in the case of nineteenth-century Sweden2
Representations of the Spanish Hunger Years (1939–1952) in recent secondary school history textbooks2
An entangled history of postcolonial and socialist education: institutional transfer for educational equality and national development2
Historicising inclusion: how science curricular differentiation produced populations of concern in the United States and West Germany (1960s–1980s)2
An exploration of liminal pockets of contestation and delight in school spaces2
Réformer l’Empire: éducation de base et développement en Afrique coloniale française (1945–1956)2
The future and the past are unevenly distributed: COVID’s educational disruptions and UNESCO’s global reports on education2
Observatory for the History of Education: looking at the past, analysing the present and reflecting on the future – a transnational perspective2
Was educational reform in China’s New Policies “genuine reform”? The critical role of political ideology (1901–1904)2
Nkrumah’s Elite: Ghanaian students in the Soviet Union in the Cold War2
The early dramatic works of Johann Amos Comenius in the context of his Pansophic pedagogical system: a reconciliation1
Development of history of education as a school and study course in Slovenia through the reception of J. F. Herbart1
Freedom behind a fence: outer place and inner space in Dutch classic primers (1902–1913)1
500 years of Danish school history : methodologies, agencies, and connecting narratives1
Afterword: histories of women’s higher education, time, and temporalities1
The Swedish Sámi boarding school reforms in the era of educational democratisation, 1956 to 19691
Sex, death, and alienation: the burdened history of classroom pets in the American curriculum1
Investigating the potential of cultural-historical activity theory for studying specific transitions in the history of education1
Pox and parents: educational choices in the light of smallpox epidemics in seventeenth-century England1
Des réfugiés pour éduquer les enfants réfugiés d’Europe? Trajectoires de participants étrangers au Cours international de moniteurs pour homes d’enfants victimes de la guerre Genève 1944–19451
Referentes literarios en los manuales escolares de la España democrática: diagnóstico del androcentrismo mediante el Análisis Crítico del Discurso1
Governance in the periphery through schooling: educational policies and Nusayri/‘Alawi children in late Ottoman Syria1
Policies and practices for the professionalization of the teaching profession in the late Ottoman Empire (1839-1920)1
Providing teachers with slides. Educational lantern slide lending services in Belgium (1895–1940)1
Travel, translation, and governing in education: the role of Swedish actors in the shaping of the European education space1
Histories of the past and histories of the future: pandemics and historians of education1
100 years of inequality?: Irish educational policy since the foundation of the state1
The OECD again: legitimization of a new vocationalism in the educational policies in Portugal (1979–1993)1
The Abitur as a bureaucratic phenomenon: on the history of a Prussian examination practice and its ritualised inscription (1890–1970)1
Transformations in the concept of quality at the beginning of the educational privatisation process in Chile: a historical study (1985–1990)1
Between Democratic Ideals and Local Conditions: Elementary School Teachers’ Narratives of Progressive Teaching in Sweden in the 1940s1
The slow dichotomization of elementary classroom roles. 'Grammar of schooling' and the estrangement of classrooms in Western Europe (1830-1900)1
Students’ identity development in Greek supplementary schools in England from 1950s to 2010s1
History of education. State of the art in East and South East Europe: introducing the special issue1
“Passing the baton”: legacy and leadership in convent schools in India and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan1
Foreign-language teachers’ associations’ journey from the Soviet period to the XXI century: the Estonian case1
“Pacemakers report”: GDR pedagogical innovators and the collection of Pädagogische Lesungen, 1952–19891
Civilisation and the Italian school toilet: insights for the cultural history of education1
Polish Junak Schools in the USSR in 1941–19421
Conflicting views on the teacher’s role as model citizens in Finland, 1900–19501
The situation of “vernacular languages” in the Francoist primary education. Pressures, claims and debates on the inclusion of these languages in the General Education Act of the Spanish State (1970)1
Pedagogical knowledge as a distinct object in the history of education: the example of Ontario, Canada1
Diligent and docile workers: descriptions of the working poor and the social order in the Läsebok för folkskolan, 1868–1920s1
The system of professional training for foreign language teachers in Bukovina (1918–1940): the history of the fragmented land1
The New Education Fellowship, the Progressive Education Association, and the US Department of State: South America as part of a complex entanglement1
Echoes of the “Spanish flu” in the specialist pedagogical press El Magisterio Español (1918–1919)1
Power relations, preservation and voice. Introducing the special issue on writing histories of education with autobiographical materials1
Early childhood education, politics, and memory: tracing social imaginaries in Reggio Emilia schools’ diaries of the 1970s1
COVID-19 and the emotional culture of pandemics: a retrospective and prospective view1
Geographical education in the eighteenth-century German-speaking territories1
Authoritarianism and education in the interwar period: a history and its renewal1
The “Haunting Silence”: autobiographical accounts of secondary teaching in twentieth-century Ireland1
Transform the world or adapt the student: discursive shifts in the constructions of teachers’ roles and pedagogy in the Russian Federation1
Hegemonic: the trajectory of political theory at Makerere University College, 1949–19681
Towards a racial justice project: oral history methodology, critical race theory, and African American education1
Hybrid spaces: Japanese teachers in Korean rural schools during the wartime mobilisation (1931–1945)1