Historical Analysis, Presentation and Narration
Historians of education produce narratives about our educational past. In this course, we develop our ability to analyse and present the information we have gathered from our sources. This is an important ability for historians of education, childhood and psychology for several reasons. These include the expectations from the social and behavioural sciences to explain the steps taken, when performing a historical analysis, and the expectations from the historical sciences to provide the reader with a convincing and well-written historical narrative.
In this summer school, scholars from the humanities and social sciences from Netherlands, Belgium and the Nordics will hold lectures, lead seminars and workshops that provide a unique opportunity to develop your analytical skills and writing ability.
This summer school share teaching staff with the master track “Ethics of Education: philosophy, history and law”
The organizers of this course also offer the MA-track Ethics of Education.
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