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Tables of contents

History of Education Quarterly

Volume 49 Number 3, August 2009

Articles

 

In the region of Babel: public bilingual schooling in the midwest, 1840s–1880s

Paul J. Ramsey

267–290

Singing the nation into being: teaching identity and culture at the turn of the twentieth century

Lynn M. Sargeant

291–322

Shifting authority: teachers' role in the bureaucratization of school discipline in postwar Los Angeles

Judith Kafka

323–346

'Better' people, better teaching: the vision of the National Teacher Corps, 1965–1968

Bethany Rogers

347–372

Book reviews

 

The Educational Thought of W.E.B. Du Bois: An Intellectual History by Derrick P. Alridge

Jason Young

373–376

Gender and Education: An Encyclopedia: 2v by Barbara J. Bank ed.

Christine A. Ogren

377–381

Working-Class Students at Radcliffe College, 1940–1970: The Intersection of Gender, Social Class, and Historical Context by Jennifer O'Connor Duffy

Linda Eisenmann

382–385

The Emergence of Holocaust Education in American Schools by Thomas D. Fallace

Margaret S. Crocco

386–389

See Government Grow: Education Politics from Johnson to Reagan by Gareth Davies

Dorothy W. Hewes

390–392

The Opening of University Education to Women in Ireland by Judith Harford

Johanna M. Selles

393–395

Why Community Matters: Connecting Education with Civic Life by Nicholas V. Longo

Scott J. Peters

396–399

Raising Freedom's Child: Black Children and Visions of the Future after Slavery by Mary Niall Mitchell

Patrice Preston-Grimes

400–402

Religious Liberty in America: The First Amendment in Historical and Contemporary Perspective by Bruce T. Murray

Adam Laats

403–407

Someone to Teach Them: York and the Great University Explosion 1960–1973 by John T. Saywell

James M. Pitsula

408–410

Americans All: The Cultural Gifts Movement by Diana Selig

Zoë Burkholder

411–415

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Educational Philosophy and Theory

Volume 41 Number 4, August 2009

Introduction

 

Introduction: Special issue: Patriotism and citizenship education

Guest editor: Bruce Haynes

365–377

Original Articles

 

Patriotism, history and the legitimate aims of American education

Michael S. Merry

378–398

Patriotism and democratic citizenship education in South Africa: on the (im) possibility of reconciliation and nation building

Yusef Waghid

399–409

A new patriotism? Neoliberalism, citizenship and tertiary education in New Zealand

Peter Roberts

410–423

History teaching for patriotic citizenship in Australia

Bruce Haynes

424–440

The debate on patriotic education in post-World War II Japan

Kanako Ide

441–452

Patriotism in British schools: principles, practices and press hysteria

Michael Hand & Joanne Pearce

453–465

Education for world citizenship: beyond national allegiance

Muna Golmohamad

466–486

Notes on contributors487–488
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Curriculum Inquiry

Volume 39 Number 4, September 2009

Editorial

 

Generative curricula for devastating times

Heather Sykes

489–494

'Destiny has thrown the Negro and the Filipino under the tutelage of America': race and curriculum in the Age of Empire

Roland Sintos Coloma

495–519

Uncanny exposures: a study of the wartime photojournalism of Lee Miller

Paula M. Salvio

521–536

Radical hope: or, the problem of uncertainty in history education

Lisa Farley

537–554

The promise and perils of developing democratic literacy for social justice

Connie E. North

555–579

Original articles

 

Contributors581–582
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British Journal of Educational Studies

Volume 57 Number 3, September 2009

Original articles

 

Multicultural education – good for business but not for the state? The IB curriculum and global capitalism

Julia Resnik

217–244

Selection by attainment and aptitude in English secondary schools

John Coldron, Ben Willis & Claire Wolstenholme

245–264

How talk becomes text: investigating the concept of oral rehearsal in early years' classrooms

Debra Myhill & Susan Jones

265–284

Transforming social and educational governance: trade training centres and the transition to social investment politics in Australia

Stephen Hay

285–304

Teamwork in Israeli Arab-Bedouin school-based management

Omar Mizel

305–327

Reviews

 

Literacies Across Media: Playing the Text (Second Edition) by Margaret Mackey

Victoria Fogg

328–329

Facilitating Reflective Learning in Higher Education (Second Edition) by Anne Brockbank & Ian McGill

Mike Calvert

330–331

Education and the Voice of Michael Oakeshott by Kevin Williams

Luke O'Sullivan

331–333

Transforming Religious Education: Beliefs and Values Under Scrutiny by Brian Gates

Alan Sears

333–335

How We Learn: Learning and Non-learning in School and Beyond by Knud Illeris

Amanda Naylor

335–337

Mobile Learning. A Handbook for Educators and Trainers edited by Agnes Kukulska-Hulme & John Traxler

Liliana Jacott

337–339

Changing Practices of Doctoral Education edited by David Boud and Alison Lee

Carolyn Jackson

339–341

Exploring Talk in Schools edited by Neil Mercer and Steve Hodgkinson

David Leat

341–343

International Handbook of Catholic Education: Challenges for School Systems in the 21st Century (2 Volumes) edited by Gerald R. Grace and Joseph O'Keefe, S.J.

James Arthur

343–344

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