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  • ISSN: 0018-2680 (Print), 1748-5959 (Online)
  • Editors: Nancy Beadie University of Washington and Joy Williamson-Lott University of Washington
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The History of Education Quarterly is an international, peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to publishing high-quality scholarship on the history of education. It is the official journal of the field's leading professional society in the United States, the History of Education Society, and has been published continuously since 1960. The journal encourages submissions from a range of intersecting sub-fields in social, political, economic, intellectual, and cultural history, including (but not limited to): Urban History, Policy History, Sociology of Knowledge, Colonialism and Colonial Education, History of Childhood and Youth, Gender Studies, Ethnic History, Indigenous Education, Cultural Studies, Comparative History, and the History of Ideas.


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  • Threats to academic freedom in US history
  • 03 October 2018, Timothy Reese Cain
  • In my piece, I emphasized the external pressures placed on individuals and institutions—what the American Association of University Professors termed “the tyranny...
  • Protecting Academic Freedom: Using the Past to Chart a Path Toward the Future
  • 30 July 2018, Joy Ann Williamson-Lott
  • This blog accompanies the Forum on Academic Freedom published in History of Education Quarterly. In the past decade or so, there has been an uptick in assaults on academic freedom across the globe.  Whether through watch lists, denial of visas to travel to professional conferences, firings, or detentions and jail sentences, professors and teachers are battling for the freedom to regulate their own professional lives against government (and even administrative) officials who invoke national security and patriotism to justify suppression and enforce a particular consensus on contentious issues.…...