What Others Are Saying About Education’s Histories
— Barry Goldenberg (@BarryGoldenberg) March 4, 2015
@edhistories is an excellent digital platform for new scholarship on the history of education, particularly around methodology. Thank you!
— IUME TC Columbia (@iumetccolumbia) March 4, 2015
“In envisioning the institution of school itself as a Native trickster figure, Lawrence not only casts the power dynamics of Native education in new light, but also unmoors educational history from certain meta-narrative forms. The resulting scholarship is a keen mixture of theoretical rumination, narrative re-imagination, arresting imagery, self-reflexivity, and disciplinary critique.”— History of Education Graduate Student Committee, “On Our Radar: Education’s Histories,” HES Graduate Student Community, May 29, 2014. http://www.hesgraduatestudents.org/blog/on-our-radar-educations-histories.
From Educating Women, Blog of The Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History of Women’s Education, Bryn Mawr College. Education’s Histories now appears on the The Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History of Women’s Education resource guide.