tudy, teaching and research in the history of education

VOLUME 38 NUMBER 1 - 2009

Louise Shaw
Volume 38 Issue 1
More than the ordinary domestic drudge: women and technical education in Auckland 1895–1922

Vivien Caughley
Her civilising mission: discovering Hannah King through her textiles

Francis Lee
Learning in nowhere: individualism in correspondence education in 1938 and 1950

Richard Ely
Countrymindedness and the democratic intellect: permutations and combinations in a Victorian country state school, 1853 to 2007

Keith Crawford
When the English began to hate: the manufacture of German demonisation in British school history textbooks 1900-1930

Edgar Burns
Urged for more than fifty years: veterinary education in New Zealand, c1900-1964

Pieter Verstraete
The politics of activity: emergence and development of educational programs for people with disabilities between 1750 and 1860

Keith Crawford
The politics of activity: emergence and development of educational programs for people with disabilities between 1750 and 1860