Education's Histories

methodological grist for the history of education

Archive for September, 2015

September 16th, 2015 by Jack Dougherty

Sharing Authority and Agency: A Multilogue Response to Goldenberg’s “Youth Historians in Harlem,” Part 2 of 2

Editor’s note: We sent Goldenberg’s original essay to Dougherty for peer review. Dougherty’s original review was shared with Goldenberg, who subsequently revised his essay. In turn, Dougherty has updated his review to reflect changes from the original to the revised essay. Rather than bury this behind-the-scenes exchange between the author and a reviewer, we share […]

September 3rd, 2015 by Barry M. Goldenberg

Youth Historians in Harlem: Exploring the Possibilities in Collaborative History Research Between Local Youth and Scholars (Part 2 of 2)

This is final of a two-part series by Barry M. Goldenberg focusing on methodological questions sparked by the Youth Historians in Harlem project. This Education’s Histories series will continue throughout 2015. Earlier in the year as I was searching for an accessible text that would push my high school students to think about their relationship with history, […]