Silences & Images: The Social History of the Classroom

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Ian Grosvenor, Martin Lawn, Kate Rousmaniere
P. Lang, 1999 - Education - 274 pages
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This collection of essays is drawn from a series of international seminars in which participants explored different methodologies for writing the social history of the classroom. Essays in the collection address questions of research methodology and approach in writing the history of education, drawing on oral history, photographs, architecture, letters, and diaries. The authors explore the different ways in which historians might use different methodologies and sources. In so doing they raise different questions about history and historical practice.

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The Editors: Ian Grosvenor is Lecturer in Education at University of Birmingham, United Kingdom.
Martin Lawn is Reader in Education at Westhill College, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
Kate Rousmaniere is Associate Professor of Education at Miami University, Ohio, United States.

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