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  • A Mandatory Black History Curriculum in Chicago during World War II
  • 12 September 2022, HEQ&A
  • In this episode, we talk with Ashley Dennis about her recent article in History of Education Quarterly. Free read-only link to the article: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/history-of-education-quarterly/article/intellectual-emancipation-of-the-negro-madeline-morgan-and-the-mandatory-black-history-curriculum-in-chicago-during-world-war-ii/188C09CB6FB03831C4DD24C89D6A05EE/share/4536f2504b9c7aec1772a909f233ac501d60771c Transcript: Coming soon!...
  • The Fight for a Public University in Boston: Making a Public-Private Educational System
  • 15 August 2022, HEQ&A
  • In this episode, we talk with Tina Groeger about her recent article in History of Education Quarterly. Free read-only link to the article: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/history-of-education-quarterly/article/fight-for-a-public-university-in-boston-making-a-publicprivate-educational-system/288A054545FB9CBA2FBF66F1C41622D8/share/839ae33cb84fe83cfc611976be6540fc79b4641b Transcript: Coming soon!...

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Transcript for the Podcast: Orangeburg County Black Teachers and Their Community in the Immediate Post-Brown Era

Transcript for the Podcast: Not Just the Raising of Money: Hampton Institute and Relationship Fundraising, 1893–1917

Transcript for the Podcast: Marking Time, Making Community in Medieval Schools

Transcript for the Podcast: Women's Education and Literacy in England, 1066-1540

Transcript for the Podcast: A Duchess “Given to Contemplation”: The Education of Margaret Cavendish

Transcript for the Podcast: What Happened to Your College Town: The Changing Relationship of Higher Education and College Towns

Transcript for the Podcast: The Right to Residency: Mobility, Tuition, and Public Higher Education Access

Transcript for the Podcast: How Austerity Politics Led to Tuition Charges at Public Universities

Transcript for the Podcast: Subtle, Vicious Effects: Lillian Steel Proctor's Pioneering Investigation of Gifted African-American Children in Washington, DC

Transcript for the Podcast: “Racist-Blind, Not Color-Blind” by Design: Confronting Systemic Racism in Education

Transcript for the Podcast: Things Change You Know

Transcript for the Podcast: Education, Citizenship, and Civil Rights in the Appalachian Coalfields

Transcript for the Podcast: The Hemispheric and Imperial Origins of the Educational War on Poverty

Transcript for the Podcast: Loneliness, Male Violence, and the Work and Living Conditions of Female Teachers in Sweden

Transcript for the Podcast: The Highlander Folk School and the Pedagogies of the Civil Rights Movement

Transcript for the Podcast: Mercer's Belles and Sarmiento's Teachers

Transcript for the Podcast: The “School Question” in an Imperial Context

Transcript for the Podcast: School Hygiene, Body Politics, and the State in Late Imperial Russia