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Australian & New Zealand History of Education Society (ANZHES) Established in 1971

The aim of ANZHES is to collect and distribute information relating to the study, teaching and research in the history of education.

A further aim is to sponsor and support such activities as may encourage research and exchange of ideas on the history of education.

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History Of Education Review
Australia & New Zealand History Of Education Review
News & Upcoming Events

Call for papers: Curriculum of the body and the school as clinic: Histories of public health and schooling, 1900-2020.

ANZHES member Helen Proctor and Kellie Burns (Sydney University) have recently obtained provisional approval from a commercial press for an…

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Previous ANZHES Conferences 1965- onwards

A comprehensive list of all ANZHES conferences has been compiled by Jo May. Click the link to read more.ANZHES Conferences…

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SOCEY (Studies of Childhood, Education & Youth) & Discussion Paper on Archiving of Qualitative Datas

  Members of ANZHES may be interested in the work of SOCEY and the recently developed the SOCEY Repository. Along…

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Educational Historians Interview Series: Dr Hannah Forsyth

Dr Hannah Forsyth is Senior Lecturer in History and ARC DECRA Fellow at the Australian Catholic University. Follow Hannah on…

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Call for papers: History of Education Review special issue the history of knowledge and the history of education

History of Education Review special issue: the history of knowledge and the history of education In recent years, the history…

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ANZHES 2020 cancelled

With much regret, the ANZHES 2020 Conference convenors, Julie McLeod and Helen Proctor, have to announce that this year's conference…

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