Education's Histories

methodological grist for the history of education
May 2nd, 2014 by Adrea Lawrence

Articles and Essays

For Vol. 1 & 2 (2014-15) Articles and Essays, visit the Education’s Histories archive.


Vol. 4 | 2017


> May

Special Education as both History and Theory: Disability and the Possibility of Interdisciplinary Friendship: A Multilogue Response to Ellis, Osgood, and Warren

Recommended Citation: Benjamin Kelsey Kearl. “Special Education as both History and Theory: Disability and the Possibility of Interdisciplinary Friendship: A Multilogue Response to Ellis, Osgood, and Warren.” Education’s Histories, May 31, 2017. http://www.educationshistories.org/special-education-history-theory/

> April

“A Narrower than Necessary Focus”: Jason Ellis and Benjamin Kearl on Special Education History: A Multilogue Response to Benjamin Kelsey Kearl and Jason Ellis

Recommended Citation: Warren, Donald. “‘A Narrower than Necessary Focus’: Jason Ellis and Benjamin Kearl on Special Education History: A Multilogue Response to Benjamin Kelsey Kearl and Jason Ellis.” Education’s Histories, April 5, 2017. http://www.educationshistories.org/narrower-than-necessary-focus/.

> February

Beyond Laggards and Morons: The Complicated World of Special Education

Recommended Citation: Osgood, Robert. “Beyond Laggards and Morons: The Complicated World of Special Education.”Education’s Histories, http://www.educationshistories.org/beyond-laggards-and-morons-the-complicated-world-of-special-education/.

> January

The Theory of Special Education and the Necessity of Historicizing: A Multilogue Response to Benjamin Kelsey Kearl and Donald Warren

Recommended Citation: Jason Ellis. “The Theory of Special Education and the Necessity of Historicizing: A Multilogue Response to Benjamin Kelsey Kearl and Donald Warren.'” Education’s Histories, January 31, 2017. http://www.educationshistories.org/the-theory-of-special-education-and-the-necessity-of-historicizing-a-multilogue-response-to-benjamin-kelsey-kearl-and-donald-warren/.

 


Vol. 3 | 2016


> December

Escaping Befriended Circles: A Multilogue Response to Benjamin Kelsey Kearl’s “Of Laggards and Morons: Definitional Fluidity, Borderlinity, and the Theory of Progressive Era Special Education”

Recommended Citation: Donald Warren. “Escaping Befriended Circles: A Multilogue Response to Benjamin Kelsey Kearl’s ‘Of Laggards and Morons: Definitional Fluidity, Borderlinity, and the Theory of Progressive Era Special Education.'” Education’s Histories, December 14, 2016. http://www.educationshistories.org/escaping-befriended-circles-a-multilogue-response-to-benjamin-kelsey-kearls-of-laggards-and-morons-definitional-fluidity-borderlinity-and-the-theory-of-progressive-era-special-education/.

> November

Of Laggards and Morons: Definitional Fluidity, Borderlinity, and the Theory of Progressive Era Special Education (Part 2)

Recommended Citation: Benjamin Kelsey Kearl. “Of Laggards and Morons: Definitional Fluidity, Borderlinity, and the Theory of Progressive Era Special Education (Part 2).” Education’s Histories, November 17, 2016. http://www.educationshistories.org/laggards-morons-definitional-fluidity-borderlinity-theory-progressive-era-special-education-part-2/.

 

Of Laggards and Morons: Definitional Fluidity, Borderlinity, and the Theory of Progressive Era Special Education (Part 1)

Recommended Citation: Benjamin Kelsey Kearl. “Of Laggards and Morons: Definitional Fluidity, Borderlinity, and the Theory of Progressive Era Special Education (Part 1).” Education’s Histories, November 15, 2016. http://www.educationshistories.org/laggards-morons-definitional-fluidity-borderlinity-theory-progressive-era-special-education-part-1/.

> October

Dear Lucy: A Multilogue Response to Lucy E. Bailey’s “Epistolary Hauntings”

Recommended Citation: Naomi Norquay. “Dear Lucy: A Multilogue Response to Lucy E. Bailey’s ‘Epistolary Hauntings.'” Education’s Histories, October 20, 2016. http://www.educationshistories.org/dear-lucy/.

 

Epistolary Hauntings: Working “With” and “On” Family Letters

Recommended Citation: Lucy E. Bailey. “Epistolary Hauntings: Working “With” and “On” Family Letters.” Education’s Histories, October 13, 2016. http://www.educationshistories.org/epistolary-hauntings-working-with-and-on-family-letters/.