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Not Simply Academic: Perspectives on the Politics of Knowledge

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  24 July 2020

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The History of Education Quarterly is celebrating its sixtieth year of publication in 2020. During that time, it has published over 1,500 articles and extended reviews. An examination of these articles reveals several enduring themes that have shaped the field and that will likely continue to do so as HEQ moves into its seventh decade. Given this, the editors have asked scholars to envision that future. Using select articles from the past as starting points, Volume 60 features a series of forums in which historians of education consider future avenues of research related to designated themes.

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1 Dzuback, Mary Ann, “Gender and the Politics of Knowledge,” History of Education Quarterly 43, no. 2 (Summer 2003), 171–95CrossRefGoogle Scholar; Anderson, James D., “Race, Meritocracy, and the American Academy during the Immediate Post—World War II Era,” History of Education Quarterly, 33, no. 2 (Summer 1993), 151–75CrossRefGoogle Scholar; and Lagemann, Ellen Condliffe, “The Politics of Knowledge: The Carnegie Corporation and the Formulation of Public Policy,” 27, no. 2 (Summer 1987), 205–20Google Scholar.

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