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Pruetting, Hanns (Hrsg.), Festschrift 100 Jahre Rechtswissenschaftliche Universitaet Koeln. 198 S. 2020:10 (O. Schmidt, GW) <667-715>
ISBN 978-3-504-06059-6 hard ¥13,130.- (税込) EUR 69.80

Die Universitaet zu Koeln und damit zugleich die Rechtswissenschaftliche Fakultaet feierte im Jahr 2019 ihr 100-jaehriges Bestehen. Die alte Universitaet war im Jahr 1798 von Napoleon geschlossen worden und es hat eines 120-jaehrigen Bemuehens bedurft, bis es gelungen ist, die neue Universitaet wiederum zu eroeffnen. Aus Anlass der vielfaeltigen Feiern zum Jubilaeum 2019 hatte die Rechtswissenschaftliche Fakultaet eine Vortragsreihe veranstaltet, mit der sie sich an die Koeaelner Buerger wenden wollte. Neben Beitraegen zur Geschichte der Rechtswissenschaftlichen Fakultaet finden sich unterschiedlichste Beitraege wie z.B. Weltraumschrott, Digitalisierung und Recht, Doping im Sport, Der Fall Gurlitt usw.

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Hooton, Brett / Koning, Robin / Thurston, Meaghan (eds.), With the World to Choose From: Celebrating Seven Decades of the Beatty Lecture at McGill University. 336 pp. 2021:9 (McGill-Queen's U. Pr., CN) <667-2210>
ISBN 978-0-228-00800-2 hard ¥6,023.- (税込) US$ 37.95

The Beatty Lecture, established in 1952 in honour of former Canadian Pacific Railway president and McGill chancellor Sir Edward Beatty, is McGill University's most anticipated annual event. Some of the series' greatest lectures, delivered by Nobel Prize laureates, world leaders, and cultural icons, have been forgotten, carefully stowed away in the McGill Archives.To help us understand some of the most significant moments and discoveries of our time, With the World to Choose From spotlights fifteen outstanding Beatty Lectures, spanning seven decades. Readers can discover - or rediscover - these important and inspiring lectures, all in print for the first time. One of the twentieth century's most influential visionaries, the economist Barbara Ward, opens this anthology with her future-looking 1955 lecture. Lectures from acclaimed biologist Robert Sinsheimer, former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, Nobel Prize laureate Muhammad Yunus, philosopher Charles Taylor, and author and social commentator Roxane Gay carry readers through the decades that followed and up to the present, treating subjects from the tensions of Cold War politics and the implications of genetic engineering to the origins of life in the universe and the watershed #MeToo movement. Some of today's leading academics add contextual and biographical information to each chapter, and an introduction sheds light on the history of the Beatty Lecture and the life of its notable namesake.Illustrated with a selection of photographs and ephemera, With the World to Choose From provides a historical and behind-the-scenes look at one of Canada's longest-running lecture series.

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Somerville, R. A., The Early Residential Buildings of Trinity College Dublin: Architecture, Financing, People. 288 pp. 2021:11 (Four Courts Pr., IE) <667-2212>
ISBN 978-1-84682-968-0 hard ¥11,330.- (税込) GB£ 50.00

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Crone, Rosalind, Illiterate Inmates: Educating Criminals in Nineteenth Century England. 464 pp. 2022:5 (Oxford U. Pr., UK) <667-1004>
ISBN 978-0-19-883383-3 hard ¥17,325.- (税込) GB£ 90.00

The nineteenth-century prison, we have been told, was a place of 'hard labour, hard board, and hard fare'. Yet it was also a place of education. Schemes to teach prisoners to read and write, and sometimes more besides, can be traced to the early 1800s. State-funded elementary education for prisoners pre-dated universal and compulsory education for children by fifty years. In the 1860s, when the famous maxim, just cited, became the basis of national penal policy, arithmetic was included by legislators alongside reading and writing as a core skill to be taught in English prisons. By c.1880 every prison in England used to accommodate those convicted of criminal offences had a formal education programme in which the 3Rs - reading, writing, and arithmetic - were taught, to males and females, adults and children alike. Not every programme, however, had prisoners enrolled in it. Illiterate Inmates tells the story of the emergence, at the turn of the nineteenth century, of a powerful idea - the provision of education in prisons for those accused and convicted of crime - and its execution over the century that followed. Using evidence from both local and convict prisons, the study shows how education became part of the modern penal regime. While the curriculum largely reflected that of mainstream elementary schools, the delivery of education, shaped by the penal environment, created an entirely different educational experience. At the same time, philosophies of imprisonment which prioritised punishment and deterrence over reformation undermined any socially reconstructive ambitions. Thus the period between 1800 and 1899 witnessed the rise and fall of the prison school in England.

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Salzer, Dorothea M. (Hrsg.), Juedische religioese Erziehung im Zeitalter der Emanzipation: Konzepte und Praxis. (Europaeisch-juedische Studien - Beitraege 56) 280 S. 2021:12 (de Gruyter Oldenbourg, GW) <666-398>
ISBN 978-3-11-074289-3 hard ¥22,645.- (税込) EUR 119.95

Aufklaerung und Emanzipation stellten das deutschsprachige Judentum vor die Aufgabe, ein modernes juedisches Selbstverstaendnis zu entwickeln, das den neuen gesellschaftlichen Anforderungen entsprach. Dabei war das Gebiet der Erziehung einer jener Bereiche, in denen die juedische Modernisierung zuerst zum Tragen kam. Durch die Neukonzeption des juedischen Lernens, die stark von transkulturellen Diskursen gepraegt war, entstanden neue paedagogische Konzepte und neue Lehrbuecher. Als Erziehungsmittel trugen diese einen wichtigen Teil zum Sozialisierungsprozess des sich transformierenden Judentums bei und sind somit zentrale Quellen fuer die in jener Zeit stattfindende Aushandlung eines neuen juedischen Selbstverstaendnisses. Der Sammelband beleuchtet in Ueberblicksdarstellungen und Einzelstudien die vielfaeltigen Wechselbeziehungen zwischen paedagogischen, religioesen und gesellschaftlichen Entwicklungen dieser Zeit und konturiert damit die im Hintergrund der juedischen Modernisierung stehenden Prozesse des Kulturtransfers genauer.

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Morrison, Hugh, Protestant Children, Missions and Education in the British World. (Brill Research Perspectives in Humanities and Social Sciences / Brill Research Perspectives in Religion and Education) 122 pp. 2021:9 (Brill, NE) <666-374>
ISBN 978-90-04-47103-0 paper ¥13,321.- (税込) EUR 70.00

At Christmas 1936, Presbyterian children in New Zealand raised over GBP400 for an x-ray machine in a south Chinese missionary hospital. From the early 1800s, thousands of children in the British world had engaged in similar activities, raising significant amounts of money to support missionary projects world-wide. But was money the most important thing? Hugh Morrison argues that children's education was a more important motive and outcome. This is the first book-length attempt to bring together evidence from across a range of British contexts. In particular it focuses on children's literature, the impact of imperialism and nationalism, and the role of emotions.

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Markschies, Christoph, Berolinensia: Beitraege zur Geschichte der Berliner Universitaet und ihrer Theologischen Fakultaet. (Arbeiten zur Kirchengeschichte 145) 600 S. 2021:5 (de Gruyter, GW) <666-363>
ISBN 978-3-11-071459-3 hard ¥20,742.- (税込) EUR 109.95 *

Eine neuere Gesamtdarstellung der Berliner Theologischen Fakultaet vor 1945, die wissenschaftlichen Anspruechen genuegt, fehlt. Bausteine fuer eine solche Geschichte liefert anhand von Beitraegen zu zentralen Theologen wie Schleiermacher, Harnack und Lietzmann der vorliegende Band. Die Geschichte der Berliner Theologie wird durchgaengig im Kontext der Entwicklungen an der Universitaet und in der Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften praesentiert, so dass beispielsweise auch die Brueder Humboldt oder klassische Altertumswissenschaftler wie Werner Jaeger in den Blick kommen. Dazu werden unbekannte Bilder und Texte aus privaten Nachlaessen erstmals veroeffentlicht. Auf diese Weise faellt neues Licht auf theologische und (kirchen-)politische Orientierungen, das Verhalten in den unterschiedlichen gesellschaftlichen Systemen und organisatorische Weichenstellungen, die teilweise bis heute fortwirken.

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Allender, Tim / Dussel, Ines / Grosvenor, Ian et al. (eds.), Appearances Matter: The Visual in Educational History. (Appearances - Studies in Visual Research 2) 300 S. 2021:9 (de Gruyter Oldenbourg, GW) <666-2876>
ISBN 978-3-11-063125-8 hard ¥16,365.- (税込) EUR 86.95 *

The visual turn recovers new pasts. With education as its theme, this book seeks to present a body of reflections that questions a certain historicism and renovates historiographical debate about how to conceptualize and use images and artifacts in educational history, in the process presenting new themes and methods for researchers. Images are interrogated as part of regimes of the visible, of a history of visual technologies and visual practices. Considering the socio-material quality of the image, the analysis moves away from the use of images as mere illustrations of written arguments, and takes seriously the question of the life and death of artifacts ? that is, their particular historicity. Questioning the visual and material evidence in this way means considering how, when, and in which regime of the visible it has come to be considered as a source, and what this means for the questions contemporary researchers might ask.

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Barclay, Katie, Academic Emotions: Feeling the Institution. (Elements in Histories of Emotions and the Senses) 75 pp. 2021:12 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <666-2877>
ISBN 978-1-108-96494-4 paper ¥2,887.- (税込) GB£ 15.00

The University is an institution that disciplines the academic self. As such it produces both a particular emotional culture and, at times, the emotional suffering of those who find such disciplinary practices discomforting. Drawing on a rich array of writing about the modern academy by contemporary academics, this Element explores the emotional dynamics of the academy as a disciplining institution, the production of the academic self, and the role of emotion in negotiating power in the ivory tower. Using methodologies from the History of Emotion, it seeks to further our understanding of the relationship between the institution, emotion and the self.

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Carden, Clarissa, Secularisation in Australian Education since 1910. (Brill Research Perspectives in Humanities and Social Sciences / Brill Research Perspectives in Religion and Education) 98 pp. 2021:9 (Brill, NE) <666-2878>
ISBN 978-90-04-50347-2 paper ¥13,321.- (税込) EUR 70.00

The phrase "free, compulsory, and secular" is central to Australia's understanding of its own education system. Yet the extent to which education in Australia, or anywhere else for that matter, can be described as "secular" is never clear or settled. This work examines the history of education in Australia, from 1910 through to the present, through an interdisciplinary survey of key scholarship and a series of six original case studies. It seeks to uncover the extent to which the education system has undergone a process of secularisation and argues that the very meaning of the term "secular" is always contingent and changeable.

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Herman, Frederik / Braster, Sjaak et al. (eds.), Exhibiting the Past: Public Histories of Education. (Public History from European Perspectives 2) 300 S. 2022:9 (de Gruyter Oldenbourg, GW) <666-2879>
ISBN 978-3-11-071958-1 hard ¥14,082.- (税込) EUR 74.95

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Larsen, Jesper Eckhardt / Schulte, B. et al. (eds.), Schoolteachers and the Nordic Model: Comparative and Historical Perspectives. (Oxford Studies in Comparative Education) 280 pp. 2021:12 (Routledge, UK) <666-2880>
ISBN 978-0-367-53585-8 hard ¥27,192.- (税込) GB£ 120.00

Schoolteachers and the Nordic Model examines the cultural distinctiveness of the Nordic teaching profession and teacher training compared to examples from Europe and North America. The book explores the concept of these 'teacher cultures' as various dimensions of professional identities, recruitment patterns, teachers' social status, values and knowledge. It considers how Nordic teachers? socio-cultural backgrounds and their shifting societal roles compare with continental European examples, analysing the societal consequences of teacher cultures for the current Nordic welfare states. Offering a unique focus on teachers, the book uses a shared comparative and historical approach to add new knowledge to the analysis of global convergence and divergence in educational systems. The book will be of great interest to researchers, scholars and post-graduate students in the fields of comparative education, educational policy, the sociology of education and the history of education. It will also be of interest to policy makers, teacher educators and school leaders.

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Lehmann, Lars, "Das Europa der Universitaeten": Die Europaeische Rektorenkonferenz und die internationale Politik 1955-1975. (Quellen und Darstellungen zur Zeitgeschichte 127) 288 S. 2021:3 (de Gruyter Oldenbourg, GW) <666-2881>
ISBN 978-3-11-071968-0 hard ¥7,421.- (税込) EUR 39.95 *

In juengster Zeit werden Forderungen nach einer Staerkung von Forschung und Bildung auf europaeischer Ebene laut. Die Studie legt offen, dass viele der heute diskutierten Ideen und Konzepte fuer eine vertiefte hochschulpolitische Kooperation in Europa bereits seit den 1950er Jahren existierten. Der Autor schildert eine spannungsreiche Geschichte voller Kontroversen ueber Moeglichkeiten und Grenzen der tertiaeren Bildung auf europaeischer Ebene. Europas Hochschulleiter organisierten sich und stritten mit Regierungen sowie hohen Beamten ueber das Fuer und Wider europaeischer Hochschulpolitiken. Der Gruendung der Europaeischen Rektorenkonferenz lag dabei ein Paradoxon zugrunde: Rektoren und Vizekanzler begannen ihre Zusammenarbeit zu europaeisieren, um eine Europaeisierung im Hochschulwesen zu verhindern. Erst in den 1970er Jahren aenderte sich ihre Einstellung, was in entscheidender Weise zur Herausbildung der europaeischen hochschulpolitischen Gegenwart beitrug.

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Lepri, Valentina / Facca, Danilo / Roick, M. et al. (eds.), History of Universities XXXIV/2: Teaching Ethics in Early Modern Europe. (History of Universities Series) 224 pp. 2021:12 (Oxford U. Pr., UK) <666-2882>
ISBN 978-0-19-285754-5 hard ¥10,587.- (税込) GB£ 55.00

History of Universities XXXIV/2 contains the customary mix of learned articles which makes this publication an indispensable tool for the historian of higher education. This volume offers a history of the teaching of ethics in early modern Europe.

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Li, Kaiyi, Transnational Education between The League of Nations and China: The Interwar Period. (Global Histories of Education) 239 pp. 2021:11 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <666-2883>
ISBN 978-3-030-82441-9 hard ¥18,839.- (税込) EUR 99.99

This volume examines transnational educational transfer between China and the League of Nations during the interwar period. By analysing the educational activities of the League of Nations with China, he book enriches the study of the history of the League of Nations by turning the focus to affairs that exceed the scope of traditional international relation and focusing on ways in which international organizations engaged in international educational endeavors. Adopting a transnational perspective, the book moves beyond conventional national-centered historiography, thus contributing to the understanding of how educational ideas, media, and policies circulate between different nations.

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Maitrarat, Penpisoot Kwan / Openshaw, Roger / Walshaw, M., The History of Higher Education in Thailand: Confronting Challenges. (Palgrave Studies in Excellence and Equity in Global Education) 217 pp. 2021:11 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <666-2884>
ISBN 978-3-030-79075-2 hard ¥20,742.- (税込) EUR 109.99

This book explores the history of higher education in Thailand, and the ways in which excellence and equity have played out over time. Classed as a developing country, Thailand has implemented wide-reaching legislative and regulatory responses relating to the purpose, character of and access to higher education. The authors investigate these changes by interrogating the mechanisms and reciprocities that have operated at the international level to trigger this decision making, and acknowledge that these changes have often run up against long-standing cultural norms and ideologies. Thailand has a highly stratified society, and maintains a strong commitment to the preservation of Thai identity and traditional values: tensions and pressures are likely to arise when history, culture and ideology are not aligned with political decree. Importantly, the push and pull between equity and excellence within the education system are likely to lie at the heart of those tensions.

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Patzuk-Russell, Ryder, The Development of Education in Medieval Iceland. (The Northern Medieval World) 326 S. 2021:2 (Medieval Institute Pub., NE) <666-2887>
ISBN 978-1-5015-1855-3 hard ¥16,365.- (税込) EUR 86.95 *

Medieval Iceland is known for the fascinating body of literary works it produced, from ornate court poetry to mythological treatises to sagas of warrior-poets and feud culture. This book investigates the institutions and practices of education which lay behind not only this literary corpus, but the whole of medieval Icelandic culture, religion, and society. By bringing together a broad spectrum of sources, including sagas, law codes, and grammatical treatises, it addresses the history of education in medieval Iceland from multiple perspectives. It shows how the slowly developing institutions of the church shaped educational practices within an entirely rural society with its own distinct vernacular culture. It emphasizes the importance of Latin, despite the lack of surviving manuscripts, and teaching and learning in a highly decentralized environment. Within this context, it explores how medieval grammatical education was adapted for bilingual clerical education, which in turn helped create a separate and fully vernacularized grammatical discourse.

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Perrillo, Jonna, Educating the Enemy: Teaching Nazis and Mexicans in the Cold War Borderlands. 216 pp. 2022:1 (U. Chicago Pr., US) <666-2888>
ISBN 978-0-226-81543-5 hard ¥13,167.- (税込) US$ 95.00
ISBN 978-0-226-81597-8 paper ¥3,742.- (税込) US$ 27.50

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Tsvetkova, Natalia, The Cold War in Universities: U.S. and Soviet Cultural Diplomacy, 1945-1990. (New Perspectives on the Cold War 9) 254 pp. 2021:9 (Brill, NE) <666-2890>
ISBN 978-90-04-47177-1 hard ¥20,933.- (税込) EUR 110.00

In Cold War in Universities: U.S. and Soviet Cultural Diplomacy, 1945-1990 Natalia Tsvetkova recounts how the United States and the Soviet Union aspired to transform overseas academic institutions according to their political aims during the Cold War. The book depicts how U.S. and Soviet attempts to impose certain values, disciplines, teaching models, structures, statutes, and personnel at universities in divided Germany, Afghanistan, Ethiopia, both Vietnams, and Cuba as well as Guatemala were foiled by sabotage, ignorance, and resistance on the part of the local academic elite, particularly professors. Often at odds with local academic communities, U.S. and Soviet university policies endured unexpected frustrations as their efforts toward Americanization and Sovietization faced developmental setbacks, grassroots resistance, and even political fear.

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Van Ruyskensvelde, Sarah / Thyssen, Geert et al. (eds.), Folds of Past, Present and Future: Reconfiguring Contemporary Histories of Education. 500 S. 2021:9 (de Gruyter Oldenbourg, GW) <666-2891>
ISBN 978-3-11-062250-8 hard ¥15,414.- (税込) EUR 81.95 *

This volume brings together important theoretical and methodological issues currently being debated in the field of history of education. The contributions shed insightful and critical light on the historiography of education, on issues of de-/colonization, on the historical development of the educational sciences and on the potentiality attached to the use of new and challenging source material.

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Zvanovec, Mikulas, Der nationale Schulkampf in Boehmen: Schulvereine als Akteure der nationalen Differenzierung (1880-1918). 290 S. 2021:7 (de Gruyter Oldenbourg, GW) <666-2892>
ISBN 978-3-11-072334-2 hard ¥18,839.- (税込) EUR 99.95 *

Erst die liberale Gesetzgebung der spaeten 1860er Jahre ermoeglichte in Oesterreich-Ungarn nationale Auseinandersetzungen. Es konstituierten sich deutsche und tschechische Schulvereine, um durch die Schaffung von nationalen Minderheitenschulen die gemischtsprachigen Regionen Cisleithaniens zu beanspruchen. Lokale Vereine wurden im Jahre 1880 von zentralen Schulvereinen abgeloest, dem Deutschen Schulverein in Wien und dem Verein Ust?edni Matice kolska in Prag. Beide wurden bald zu einflussreichen gesellschaftlichen Akteuren mit enger Anbindung an die zentrale Politik. Diese Studie beschaeftigt sich mit der Dynamik der nationalen Auseinandersetzung um das Schulwesen und vergleicht deutsche und tschechische Vereinsaktivitaeten vor dem Hintergrund der politischen Demokratisierung, der Massenmobilisierung und der sozialen Frage der Jahrhundertwende.

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Schel, Kevin M. Vander / DeJonge, M. P. (eds.), Theology, History, and the Modern German University. (Christentum in der modernen Welt 1) 380 S. 2021:11 (Mohr, GW) <665-221>
ISBN 978-3-16-161054-7 hard ¥14,082.- (税込) EUR 74.00 *

Questions surrounding the genesis, development, and viability of modern academic theology have drawn renewed and heightened interest in recent years. Over the past decade, an increasing number of detailed studies have inquired into the emergence of scientific theology ( wissenschaftliche Theologie ) in the nineteenth century and its uneasy relationship with the shifting intellectual culture of the modern research university. This volume presents a unique contribution to this developing conversation, offering a focused treatment of the many-sided debate surrounding the tasks and limitations of historical and critical theology as it develops in the modern German university during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The fifteen chapters of the volume examine the challenges of the historical study of theology and the contested concept of scientific theology in the writings of foundational figures such as Kant, Schleiermacher, Baur, Ritschl, Harnack, Troeltsch, Barth, and Bonhoeffer. Yet it also attends to ongoing debates concerning the relationship between supernatural revelation and empirical-historical research, the rise and fall of historicism in theology, the competing locales of church and university, the appropriation of historical methods within Protestant and Catholic theological faculties, and the place and function of theology in the increasingly specialized modern research university. As the essays demonstrate, the implications of this conversation continue to resound in contemporary discussions of the place of the study of theology and religion in the modern university.

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Martin, Jane, Gender and Education in England since 1770: A Social and Cultural History. (Gender and History) 305 pp. 2021:9 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <665-1952>
ISBN 978-3-030-79745-4 paper ¥9,324.- (税込) EUR 49.99

This book takes a novel approach to the topic, combining biographical approaches and local history, a synthesis of sociological and historical literature, with new research to address a variety of themes and provide a comprehensive, rounded history demonstrating the entanglement of educational experience and the influence of different modes of discrimination and prejudice. Using the lens of gender, Jane Martin reassesses the gendered nature of the modern history of education and provides an overview of intertwined aspects of education, society, politics and power. Its organisation is user friendly, providing accessible information with regard to chronologies of legislation and key events to reflect constancy and change, whilst 'mapping' the larger political, economic, social and cultural contexts, making it ideal for use as a textbook or a resource for teachers and students.

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Green, Andrew (ed.), The New Newbolt Report: One Hundred Years of Teaching English in England. (Literature and Education) 256 pp. 2021:11 (Routledge, UK) <665-1987>
ISBN 978-0-367-69458-6 hard ¥27,192.- (税込) GB£ 120.00

This book offers a pivotal re-evaluation of English teaching one century on from The Newbolt Report of 1921, responding to this seminal work and exploring its impact on issues and contemporary aims of English teaching today. Bringing together a range of experts in English higher education, the book provides a twenty-first century inflection on the enduring issues highlighted by Newbolt's original report. It examines topics including the demands of assessment, the narrowing of the literary curriculum, the impact of education reform, targets related to social mobility, class and widening participation, as well as broader questions about the function of literature and the arts in education. Chapters also consider issues surrounding the promotion of community cohesion, diversity and how technological advances might reshape literary education. This unique re-evaluation of the achievements and findings of the Newbolt Commission will be essential reading for those researching English education and the history of education.

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Hampel, Robert L., Radical Teaching in Turbulent Times: Martin Duberman's Princeton Seminars, 1966-1970. (Historical Studies in Education) 236 pp. 2021:12 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <665-1988>
ISBN 978-3-030-77058-7 hard ¥24,548.- (税込) EUR 129.99

From 1966 to 1970, historian Martin Duberman transformed his undergraduate Princeton seminar on American radicalism. This book looks closely at the seminar, drawing on interviews with former students and colleagues, conversations with Duberman, and abundant archival material in the Princeton archives and the Duberman Papers. The array of evidence makes the book a primer on how historians gather and interpret evidence while at the same time shining light on the tumultuous late 1960s in American higher education. This book will become a tool for teaching, inspiring educators to rethink the ways in which history is taught and teaching students how to reason historically through sources.

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Goffman, Carolyn McCue, Mary Mills Patrick's Cosmopolitan Mission and the Constantinople Woman's College. 244 pp. 2021:1 (Lexington Books, US) <664-3875>
ISBN 978-1-4985-9285-7 hard ¥17,094.- (税込) US$ 105.00

Mary Mills Patrick's Constantinople Woman's College was one of the most influential institutions of higher learning for women in the Middle East in the last decades of the Ottoman Empire. Patrick arrived in the 1870s to evangelize, but she gradually distanced herself from Christian proselytism in order to create a "cosmopolitan" college for all Ottoman women. Patrick was president of the Constantinople Woman's College for 34 years, protecting the institution through the Balkan Wars, World War One, the British occupation of Constantinople, the demise of the Ottoman Empire, and the founding of the Turkish Republic. Just as the late Ottoman Empire underwent extraordinary changes, so did Patrick transform herself and the Constantinople College to meet the demands of a twentieth-century Muslim state, ultimately sacrificing her "cosmopolitan," heterogeneous student body to an ethnically homogeneous one that reflected the newly racialized nationalism of the Turkish Republic. Mary Mills Patrick's Cosmopolitan Mission and the Constantinople Woman's College explores Patrick's career from the 1870s to the 1930s, tracking her personal religious struggle and her professional transformation from Protestant evangelist, to feminist educator, to advocate for Muslim women, to, finally, supporter of Turkish nationalism.

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Cain, Victoria, Schools and Screens: A Watchful History. 264 pp. 2021:10 (MIT Pr., US) <664-3964>
ISBN 978-0-262-04523-0 hard ¥4,721.- (税込) US$ 29.95 *

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Jensz, Felicity, Missionaries and Modernity: Education in the British Empire, 1830-1910. (Studies in Imperialism) 312 pp. 2022:1 (Manchester U. Pr., UK) <664-3966>
ISBN 978-1-5261-5297-8 hard ¥18,128.- (税込) GB£ 80.00

Many missionary societies established mission schools in the nineteenth century in the British Empire as a means to convert non-Europeans to Christianity. Although the details, differed in various colonial contexts, the driving ideology behind mission schools was that Christian morality was highest form of civilisation needed for non-Europeans to be useful members of colonies under British rule. This comprehensive survey of multi-colonial sites over the long time span clearly describes the missionary paradox that to draw in pupils they needed to provide secular education, but that secular education was seen to lead both to a moral crisis and to anti-British sentiments.

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Kim, Tae-Young, Historical Development of English Learning Motivation Research: Cases of Korea and Its Neighboring Countries in East Asia. 318 pp. 2021:10 (Springer, GW) <664-3967>
ISBN 978-981-16-2512-1 hard ¥24,548.- (税込) EUR 129.99

This book clarifies the fundamental difference between North America-based instrumental motivation and Korea (and East Asia)-specific competitive motivation by which the EFL learners' excessive competition to be admitted to famous universities and to be hired at a large-scale conglomerate is the main source of L2 motivation. It enables readers to understand that EFL-learning motivation reflects unique sociohistorical contexts grounded in a specific region or country. This book in turn necessitates the need to develop EFL motivation theory and research tradition which are firmly based on East Asian values and culture. ?

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Meyer zu Schlochtern, Josef (Hrsg.), Die Jesuitenuniversitaet in Paderborn: Dokumente zur Gruendung und Fruehgeschichte der Academia Theodoriana. Unter Mitwirkung von Gerhard Franke, mit Uebersetzungen von Gerhard Ludwig Kneissler. (Studien und Quellen zur Westfaelischen Geschichte 87) 480 S. 2021:10 (Schoeningh, GW) <664-3969>
ISBN 978-3-506-76046-3 hard ¥9,324.- (税込) EUR 49.90

Die 1614 gegruendete Academia Theodoriana ist die aelteste Hochschule in Westfalen. Ihre Gruendungsurkunden, Statuten und weitere Texte werden hier erstmals in einer lateinisch-deutschen Edition vorgelegt. Diese Edition der Gruendungsurkunden, Statuten und weiterer Texte zur Paderborner Jesuitenuniversitaet macht erstmals verstreute Dokumente in deutscher Uebersetzung zugaenglich. Die Quellen werden ergaenzt durch eine historische Einfuehrung, durch Informationen zur ueberlieferten Textgestalt und Erlaeuterungen des Uebersetzers. Aufschluss ueber Beweggruende zur Gruendung dieser Universitaet im Konfessionellen Zeitalter gibt ein Panegyricus zu Ehren Fuerstbischof Dietrichs von Fuerstenberg, der sie gestiftet hat. Die Dokumente ermoeglichen jetzt Vergleiche mit anderen (Jesuiten-)Universitaeten bezueglich der Studieninhalte, der Pruefungen und hinsichtlich ihrer inneren Verfassung.

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O'Doherty, Teresa / O'Donoghue, Tom, Radical Reform in Irish Schools, 1900-1922: The 'New Education' Turn. 307 pp. 2021:7 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <664-3970>
ISBN 978-3-030-74281-2 hard ¥20,742.- (税込) EUR 109.99

This book examines the radical reform that occurred during the final two decades of British rule in Ireland when William Starkie (1860-1920) presided as Resident Commissioner for the Board. Following the lead of industrialized nations, Irish members of parliament sought to encourage the establishment of a state-funded school system during the early nineteenth century. The year 1831 saw the creation of the Irish National School System. Central to its workings was the National Board of Education which had the responsibility for distributing government funds to aid in the building of schools, the payment of inspectors and teachers, the publication of textbooks, and the cost of teacher training. In the midst of radical political and cultural change within Ireland, visionaries and leaders like Starkie filled an indispensable role in Irish education. They oversaw the introduction of a radical child-centered primary school curriculum, often referred to as the 'new education'. Filling a gap in Irish history, this book provides a much needed overview of the changes that occurred in primary education during the 22 years leading up to Ireland's independence.

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アメリカの高等教育の歴史の重要史料 第2版
Thelin, John R., Essential Documents in the History of American Higher Education. 2nd ed. 440 pp. 2021:7 (Johns Hopkins U. Pr., US) <664-3971>
ISBN 978-1-4214-4146-7 paper ¥5,209.- (税込) US$ 32.95

The thoroughly updated second edition of this dynamic and thoughtful collection focuses on the issues that have shaped American higher education in the past decade.Essential Documents in the History of American Higher Education, designed to be used alongside John R. Thelin's A History of American Higher Education or on its own, presents a rich collection of primary sources that chart the social, intellectual, political, and cultural history of American colleges and universities from the seventeenth century to the present. The documents are organized in sections that parallel the chapters in A History both chronologically and thematically, and sections are introduced with brief headnotes establishing the context for each source.This updated edition of Essential Documents focuses on the issues that have shaped American higher education in the past decade, from congressional investigations into endowments and court cases about paying student-athletes to accounts of campus protests over racial discrimination and adjuncts struggling in the "gig economy." From the successful fund-raising campaigns of 2014 to the closing of campuses because of the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020, the book also includes* a new tenth chapter, "Prominence and Problems: American Higher Education since 2010," and an updated introduction;* a number of landmark documents, including the charter for the College of Rhode Island (1764), the Morrill Land Grand Act (1862), the GI Bill (1944), and the Knight Commission Report on College Sports (2010); and * lively firsthand accounts by students and teachers that tell what it was like to be a Harvard student in the 1700s, to participate in the campus riots of the 1960s, to be a female college athlete in the 1970s, or to enroll at UCLA as an economically disadvantaged Latina in the 1990s.Thelin even stretches the usual bounds of documentary sources, incorporating popular pieces by Robert Benchley and James Thurber on their own college days as well as an excerpt from Groucho Marx's screwball film Horse Feathers. What emerges is a complex and nuanced collection that reflects the richness of more than three centuries of American higher education.

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Watters, Audrey, Teaching Machines: The History of Personalized Learning. 328 pp. 2021:8 (MIT Pr., US) <664-3972>
ISBN 978-0-262-04569-8 hard ¥5,535.- (税込) US$ 34.95

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Masalha, Nur, Palestine Across Millennia: A History of Literacy, Learning and Educational Revolutions. 368 pp. 2021:12 (I. B. Tauris, UK) <664-3121>
ISBN 978-0-7556-4294-6 hard ¥20,394.- (税込) GB£ 90.00
ISBN 978-0-7556-4295-3 paper ¥6,344.- (税込) GB£ 28.99

Palestine, of all countries on earth, is one of the most densely saturated places of cultural and religious significance. But its remarkable history of scholarship and education has been overlooked and replaced by the perception - often advocated by Zionist narratives - that for centuries the country was a 'black hole' of nothingness, devoid of literacy and education. In this magisterial cultural history of the Palestinians, Nur Masalha illuminates the entire history of Palestinian learning with specific reference to writing, education, literary production and the intellectual revolutions in the country. The book introduces this long cultural heritage to demonstrate that Palestine was not just a 'holy land' for the four monotheistic religions - Islam, Christianity Judaism and Samaritanism - rather, the country evolved to become a major international site of classical education and knowledge production in multiple languages including Greek, Syriac, Arabic, Hebrew and Latin. The cultural saturation of the country is found then, not solely in landmark mosques, churches and synagogues, but in scholarship, historic schools, colleges, famous international libraries and archival centres. This unique book unites these renowned institutions, movements and multiple historical periods together for the first time, presenting them as part of a cumulative and incremental intellectual advancement and not disconnected periods of educational excellence. In doing so, this multifaceted intellectual history transforms the orientations of scholarly research on Palestine and propels current historical knowledge on education and literacy in Palestine to new heights.

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Wellman, Kathleen, Hijacking History: How the Christian Right Teaches the Past and Why It Matters. 384 pp. 2021:11 (Oxford U. Pr., US) <663-P689>
ISBN 978-0-19-757923-7 hard ¥4,712.- (税込) US$ 34.95

The teaching of history has long been the subject of partisan warfare. Religion often plays a prominent role in these debates, as secular progressives and conservative Christians disagree over which historical figures are worthy of study, how (or whether) certain events should be portrayed, and ultimately how tax dollars should be spent. But what about students who are educated outside the public schools, either in religious schools or at home? How are they learning history, and what effect does that have on our democracy? Hijacking History analyzes the high school world history textbooks produced by the three most influential publishers of Christian educational materials. In these books, the historian, informed by his faith, tells the allegedly unbiased story of God's actions as interpreted through the Bible. History becomes a weapon to judge and condemn civilizations that do not accept the true God or adopt "biblical" positions. In their treatment of the modern world, these texts identify ungodly ideas to be vanquished-evolution, humanism, biblical modernism, socialism, and climate science among them. The judgments found in these textbooks, Kathleen Wellman shows, are rooted in the history of American evangelicals and fundamentalists and the battles they fought against the tide of secularism. In assuming that God sanctions fundamentalist positions on social, political, and economic issues, students are led to believe that that the ultimate mission of America is to succeed as a nation that advances evangelical Christianity and capitalism throughout the world. The Christianity presented in these textbooks is proselytizing, intolerant of other religions and non-evangelical Christians, and unquestionably anchored to the political right. As Hijacking History argues, the ideas these textbooks promote have significant implications for contemporary debates about religion, politics, and education, and pose a direct challenge to the values of a pluralistic democracy.

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Maddicott, John, Between Scholarship and Church Politics: The Lives of John Prideaux, 1578-1650. (History of Universities Series) 368 pp. 2021:12 (Oxford U. Pr., UK) <663-P571>
ISBN 978-0-19-289610-0 hard ¥14,437.- (税込) GB£ 75.00

Between Scholarship and Church Politics describes the life and career of John Prideaux, rector of Exeter College, Oxford, 1612-1642, regius professor of divinity, 1615-1642, and bishop of Worcester, 1641-1646. Prideaux was the leading representative of the 'old guard' in the Church of England - Calvinist believers in the doctrines of grace and predestination, who set themselves against the growing power of the Arminian modernisers within the Church, largely the followers of Archbishop Laud. But Prideaux was also an outstandingly successful head of his Oxford college and made it a home for foreign scholars and students. Devoted to teaching, the writers of numerous books for undergraduates and theology students, and thoroughly involved in his College's everyday affairs, he was a model rector. In this study, John Maddicott addresses at length both with Prideaux's political and ecclesiastical career and his role in the College, while also paying particular attention to his personality, his family life (he was twice married and had nine children), and to his wide circle of relatives, colleagues, and allies. Born the son of a Devonshire yeoman and brought up on a farm on the edge of Dartmoor, he rose to occupy some of the highest offices in the university of Oxford and in the church: a result of his intellectual power, his ambition, his learning and scholarship, and his capacity for hard work. Between Scholarship and Church Politics is as much a study of character as a contribution to the political and church history of early Stuart England.

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Dowler, Wayne, A History of Education in Modern Russia: Aims, Ways, Outcomes. (The Bloomsbury History of Modern Russia Series) 248 pp. 2021:9 (Bloomsbury Academic, UK) <663-P4820>
ISBN 978-1-350-10132-6 hard ¥19,261.- (税込) GB£ 85.00 *

A History of Education in Modern Russia is the first book to trace the significance of education in Russia from Peter the Great's reign all the way through to Vladimir Putin and the present day. Individual chapters open with an overview of the political, social, diplomatic and cultural environment of the period in order to orient the reader. Dowler then goes on to analyse the aims of education initiatives in each era before considering the ways in which Russians experienced education, both as students and as teachers. Each chapter concludes with an assessment of the outcomes and consequences of education policies in the period, both the successes and failures as well as the impact of education on the cultural, social, economic and ultimately political environments. The chronologically arranged book also traces and then summarises underlying key themes like the tension between an open system of education and an estate-based system; the push and pull between utility and the broader goal of human development; and the effects of centralized, authoritarian control that for much of the period limited local initiative and starved the regions of adequate resources.

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Segal, Theodore D., Point of Reckoning: The Fight for Racial Justice at Duke University. 400 pp. 2021:2 (Duke U. Pr., US) <663-P4824>
ISBN 978-1-4780-1040-1 hard ¥17,745.- (税込) US$ 109.95 *
ISBN 978-1-4780-1142-2 paper ¥4,721.- (税込) US$ 29.95 *

On the morning of February 13, 1969, members of Duke University's Afro-American Society barricaded themselves inside the Allen administration building. That evening, police were summoned to clear the building, firing tear gas at students in the melee that followed. When it was over, nearly twenty people were taken to the hospital, and many more injured. In Point of Reckoning, Theodore D. Segal narrates the contested fight for racial justice at Duke from the enrollment of the first Black undergraduates in 1963 to the events that led to the Allen Building takeover and beyond. Segal shows that Duke's first Black students quickly recognized that the university was unwilling to acknowledge their presence or fully address its segregationist past. By exposing the tortuous dynamics that played out as racial progress stalled at Duke, Segal tells both a local and national story about the challenges that historically white colleges and universities throughout the country have faced and continue to face.

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ドイツの幼児教育-歴史的展開と理論的諸問題
Bloch, Bianca / Kuhn, Melanie / Schulz, Marc et al. (eds.), Early Childhood Education in Germany: Exploring Historical Developments and Theoretical Issues. (Routledge Research in Early Childhood Education) 292 pp. 2021:9 (Routledge, UK) <663-P4819>
ISBN 978-0-367-22554-4 hard ¥27,192.- (税込) GB£ 120.00 *

This book draws on the perspectives of leading German scholars to provide a systematic overview of early childhood education and care (ECEC) in Germany, furthering international understanding of the complexities involved in ECEC topics in Germany. The book provides a unique insight into parts of German ECEC rarely seen outside of the country. Offering in-depth insights into historical developments, theoretical approaches and empirical research, the volume discusses Germany's long tradition in ECEC against the backdrop of Froebel and other pedagogues and traditions. Chapters consider ECEC in Germany from the perspectives of theory, institutions and professionalization. The book draws on international literature and current debates to highlight the features and peculiarities of ECEC in Germany, contributing to dialogue on research into early childhood education and care. Providing a much-needed, internationally relevant insight into ECEC in Germany, this text will be essential reading for academics, researchers and post-graduate students involved in the field of early childhood education, international education, educational theory, and those researching educational policy and politics more widely.

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Poulson, Stephen C., Racism on Campus: A Visual History of Prominent Virginia Colleges and Howard University. 272 pp. 2021:9 (Routledge, UK) <663-P4594>
ISBN 978-0-367-68157-9 hard ¥27,192.- (税込) GB£ 120.00 *
ISBN 978-0-367-68156-2 paper ¥7,704.- (税込) GB£ 34.99 *

Drawing on content from yearbooks published by prominent colleges in Virginia, this book explores changes in race relations that have occurred at universities in the United States since the late 19th century. It juxtaposes the content published in predominantly White university yearbooks to that published by Howard University, a historically Black college. The study is a work of visual sociology, with photographs, line drawings and historical prints that provide a visual account of the institutional racism that existed at these colleges over time. It employs Bonilla-Silva's concept of structural racism to shed light on how race ordered all aspects of social life on campuses from the period of post-Civil War Reconstruction to the present. It examines the lives of the Black men and women who worked at these schools and the racial attitudes of the White men and women who attended them. As such, Racism on Campus will appeal to scholars of sociology, history and anthropology with interests in race, racism and visual methods.

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Fontaine, Juliette, Vichy face aux instituteurs: reformer les politiques scolaires en contexte autoritaire. (Nouvelle bibliotheque de theses. Science politique 46) 500 p. 2021:4 (Dalloz, FR) <663-P1880>
ISBN 978-2-247-20745-9 paper ¥12,369.- (税込) EUR 65.00

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Becker, Hans-Juergen, Die neue Koelner Rechtswissenschaftliche Fakultaet von 1919 bis 1950. (Beitraege zur Rechtsgeschichte des 20. Jahrhunderts 118) XIII, 588 S. 2021:5 (Mohr, GW) <663-P1769>
ISBN 978-3-16-160196-5 hard ¥11,227.- (税込) EUR 59.00 *

Die Neugruendung der Universitaet zu Koeln und ihrer rechtswissenschaftlichen Fakultaet im Jahr 1919 ist eng mit Konrad Adenauer verbunden. In Nachbarschaft zur Bonner Universitaet gelang es, eine zweite Hochschule in den preussischen Rheinlanden zu errichten. Man strebte u.a. mit einer Aufteilung zwischen Forschungsaufgaben (Instituten) und Unterrichtsaufgaben (Seminaren) einen neuen Hochschultyp an. Zugleich legte man grossen Wert auf weltanschauliche und wissenschaftsmethodische Pluralitaet. Fuer die Entwicklung der Fakultaet war es wichtig, dass es gelang, bedeutende Professoren wie z. B. Fritz Stier-Somlo, Godehard Josef Ebers, Heinrich Lehmann, Hans Planitz, Andreas von Tuhr und Arthur Baumgarten zu gewinnen. Nach kurzer Bluete stand die Fakultaet allerdings als Folge des Nationalsozialismus am Rand des Abgrunds: Das Aufeinandertreffen der Fakultaetskollegen Hans Kelsen und Carl Schmitt 1932/33 stellte sich als Fanal dar. In der Folge wurden die Professoren Godehard Josef Ebers, Walter Goldschmidt, Franz Haymann, Hans Kelsen, Ludwig Waldecker und Alfred Wieruszowski aus der Fakultaet vertrieben. 1945 musste Konrad Adenauer erneut helfend bei der Wiedereroeffnung der Universitaet eingreifen. Nach der "Entnazifizierung" gelang es, die Universitaet und mit ihr die Fakultaet neu aufzubauen. Tatkraeftig konnten Juristen wie Hans Carl Nipperdey, Hermann Jahrreiss, Gerhard Kegel und Bernhard Rehfeld die Faecherstruktur der Fakultaet erneuern. Glueckliche Berufungen von Wissenschaftlern, u.a. Ernst von Hippel, Hans Peters, Ottmar Buehler und Alex Meyer, machten es moeglich, dass bis zum Jahre 1950 erneut eine angesehene Fakultaet entstand. Zu den Mitgliedern der Fakultaet gehoerten auch die spaeteren Bundespraesidenten Gustav Heinemann und Karl Carstens.

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近世イタリアにおける修道会とその学校1500~1800年
Salomoni, David, Educating the Catholic People: Religious Orders and Their Schools in Early Modern Italy (1500-1800). (History of Early Modern Educational Thought 3) 2021:8 (Brill, NE) <662-P849>
ISBN 978-90-04-43646-6 hard ¥18,839.- (税込) EUR 99.00 *

In Educating the Catholic People, David Salomoni reconstructs the complex educational landscape that arose in sixteenth-century Italy and lasted until the French Revolution. Over three centuries, various religious orders, both male and female, took on the educational needs of cities and states on the Italian peninsula, renewing the traditional humanist pedagogy. Historians, however, have not attempted to produce a synthesis on this topic, focusing mainly on the pedagogical activities of the Jesuits and neglecting the contributions and innovations of other groups. This book addresses this historiographical gap, providing a new chapter in the comparative study of pre-modern education.

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Oates, Mary J., Pursuing Truth: How Gender Shaped Catholic Education at the College of Notre Dame of Maryland. (Cushwa Center Studies of Catholicism in Twentieth-Century America) 300 pp. 2021:3 (Cornell U. Pr., US) <662-P804>
ISBN 978-1-5017-5379-4 paper ¥3,093.- (税込) US$ 19.95

In Pursuing Truth, Mary J. Oates explores the roles that religious women played in teaching generations of college and university students amid slow societal change that brought the grudging acceptance of Catholics in public life. Across the twentieth century, Catholic women's colleges modeled themselves on, and sometimes positioned themselves against, elite secular colleges. Oates describes these critical pedagogical practices by focusing on Notre Dame of Maryland University, formerly known as the College of Notre Dame of Maryland, the first Catholic college in the United States to award female students four-year degrees.The sisters and laywomen on the faculty and in the administration at Notre Dame of Maryland persevered in their work while facing challenges from the establishment of the Catholic Church, mainline Protestant churches, and secular institutions. Pursuing Truth presents the stories of the institution's female founders, administrators, and professors whose labors led it through phases of diversification. The pattern of institutional development regarding the place of religious identity, gender and sexuality, and race that Oates finds at Notre Dame of Maryland is a paradigmatic story of change in US higher education. Similarly representative is her account of the school's effort, from the late 1960s to the present, to maintain its identity as a women's liberal arts college.Thanks to generous funding from the Cushwa Center at the University of Notre Dame, the ebook editions of this book are available as Open Access (OA) volumes from Cornell Open (cornellopen.org) and other Open Access repositories.

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アメリカの大学の魂再考-プロテスタントからポスト世俗まで-第2版
Marsden, George M., The Soul of the American University Revisited: From Protestant to Postsecular. 2nd ed. 488 pp. 2021:5 (Oxford U. Pr., US) <662-P774>
ISBN 978-0-19-007331-2 hard ¥17,325.- (税込) US$ 125.00
ISBN 978-0-19-760724-4 paper ¥4,019.- (税込) US$ 29.95 *

The Soul of the American University is a classic and much discussed account of the changing roles of Christianity in shaping American higher education, presented here in a newly revised edition to offer insights for a modern era. As late as the World War II era, it was not unusual even for state schools to offer chapel services or for leading universities to refer to themselves as "Christian" institutions. From the 1630s through the 1950s, when Protestantism provided an informal religious establishment, colleges were expected to offer religious and moral guidance. Following reactions in the 1960s against the WASP establishment and concerns for diversity, this specifically religious heritage quickly disappeared and various secular viewpoints predominated. In this updated edition of a landmark volume, George Marsden explores the history of the changing roles of Protestantism in relation to other cultural and intellectual factors shaping American higher education. Far from a lament for a lost golden age, Marsden offers a penetrating analysis of the changing ways in which Protestantism intersected with collegiate life, intellectual inquiry, and broader cultural developments. He tells the stories of many of the nation's pace-setting universities at defining moments in their histories. By the late nineteenth-century when modern universities emerged, debates over Darwinism and higher criticism of the Bible were reshaping conceptions of Protestantism; in the twentieth century important concerns regarding diversity and inclusion were leading toward ever-broader conceptions of Christianity; then followed attacks on the traditional WASP establishment which brought dramatic disestablishment of earlier religious privilege. By the late twentieth century, exclusive secular viewpoints had become the gold standard in higher education, while our current era is arguably "post-secular". The Soul of the American University Revisited deftly examines American higher education as it exists in the twenty-first century.

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北欧の教育における教科書と文化的変化の研究 1536~2020年
Roos, Merethe / Berge, Kjell Lars / Edgren, H. et al., Exploring Textbooks and Cultural Change in Nordic Education 1536-2020. 388 pp. 2021:2 (Brill, NE) <662-P6122>
ISBN 978-90-04-44954-1 hard ¥25,690.- (税込) EUR 135.00
ISBN 978-90-04-44953-4 paper ¥9,515.- (税込) EUR 50.00

This volume addresses a gap in previous research and explores Nordic textbooks chronologically and empirically from the Protestant Reformation to our present time. The chapters are written by scholars from universities in Finland, Denmark, Sweden and Norway, countries that distinguish themselves with a rich tradition of textbook research. The authors represent different academic traditions and use a wide range of scholarly methods and perspectives. The overall objective is to highlight how textbooks reflect national cultural politics and legislation. The various chapters cast light on how textbooks are integrated in national politics and demonstrate how they have contributed to nation-building and to strengthening the nations' core values and other major political projects. Contributors are: Karl Christian Alvestad, Norunn Askeland, Kjell Lars Berge, Peter Bernhardsson, Kerstin Bornholdt, Mads B. Claudi, Henrik Edgren, Morten Fink-Jensen, Stig Toke Gissel, Thomas Illum Hansen, Pirjo Hiidenmaa, Marthe Hommerstad, Axel Hoerstedt, Kari-Anne Jorgensen-Vitterso, Tujia Laine, Esbjoern Larsson, Ragnhild Elisabeth Lund, Christina Matthiesen, Eva Maagero, Tuva Skjelbred Nodeland, Kari H. Nordberg, Merethe Roos, Henriette Hogga Siljan, Johan Laurits Tonnesson and Janne Varjo.

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Schneider, William H., The Indiana University School of Medicine: A History. (Well House Books) 544 pp. 2021:3 (Indiana U. Pr., US) <662-P6124>
ISBN 978-0-253-05050-2 hard ¥5,698.- (税込) US$ 35.00

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Shermer, Elizabeth Tandy, Indentured Students: How Government-Guaranteed Loans Left Generations Drowning in College Debt. 400 pp. 2021:9 (Harvard U. Pr., US) <662-P6125>
ISBN 978-0-674-25148-9 hard ¥4,721.- (税込) US$ 29.95 *

The untold history of how America's student-loan program turned the pursuit of higher education into a pathway to poverty.It didn't always take thirty years to pay off the cost of a bachelor's degree. Elizabeth Tandy Shermer untangles the history that brought us here and discovers that the story of skyrocketing college debt is not merely one of good intentions gone wrong. In fact, the federal student loan program was never supposed to make college affordable.The earliest federal proposals for college affordability sought to replace tuition with taxpayer funding of institutions. But Southern whites feared that lower costs would undermine segregation, Catholic colleges objected to state support of secular institutions, professors worried that federal dollars would come with regulations hindering academic freedom, and elite-university presidents recoiled at the idea of mass higher education. Cold War congressional fights eventually made access more important than affordability. Rather than freeing colleges from their dependence on tuition, the government created a loan instrument that made college accessible in the short term but even costlier in the long term by charging an interest penalty only to needy students. In the mid-1960s, as bankers wavered over the prospect of uncollected debt, Congress backstopped the loans, provoking runaway inflation in college tuition and resulting in immense lender profits.Today 45 million Americans owe more than $1.5 trillion in college debt, with the burdens falling disproportionately on borrowers of color, particularly women. Reformers, meanwhile, have been frustrated by colleges and lenders too rich and powerful to contain. Indentured Students makes clear that these are not unforeseen consequences. The federal student loan system is working as designed.

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Terhoeven, Petra / Schumann, Dirk (Hrsg.), Strategien der Selbstbehauptung: Vergangenheitspolitische Kommunikation an der Universitaet Goettingen. (Veroeffentlichungen des zeitgeschichtlichen Arbeitskreises Niedersachsen 36) 432 S. 2021:4 (Wallstein Vlg., GW) <662-P6127>
ISBN 978-3-8353-3836-4 hard ¥6,470.- (税込) EUR 34.00

Das akademische Goettingen nach 1945: ein Neuanfang? Das akademische Goettingen nach 1945 laesst sich als ≫Laboratorium der Selbstbehauptung≪ verstehen, in dem die lokale Hochschulelite ungeachtet ihrer NS-Belastung am Anspruch auf Weltdeutungskompetenz festhielt. Die Beitraege des Bandes untersuchen die vergangenheitspolitische Kommunikation, mit der zentrale Akteure vor allem aus der Physik und der Geschichtswissenschaft seit der Wiedereroeffnung der Universitaet ihre Rolle im ≫Dritten Reich≪ zu ueberschreiben versuchten. Aus dem Inhalt: - Bernd Weisbrod: Akademische Schuld und biographische Illusion. Zum universitaeren Neuanfang 1945 - Kerstin Thieler: Gemischtes Doppel. Die Auseinandersetzung des Historikers Percy Ernst Schramm und seiner Frau Ehrengard mit dem NS zwischen Schuld, Verdraengung und Verantwortung - Desiree Schauz: Vergangenheitspolitische Kommunikation im Privaten. Aufzeichnungen und Korrespondenzen des Biochemikers Adolf Windaus (1945-1949) - Jan Renken: Erinnerung als Lebensaufgabe. Versoehnliche Wiederannaeherung und politischer Widerspruch der Remigranten Max und Hedwig Born in der Bundesrepublik

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学校での共産主義プロパガンダ-ソ連ブロックの読本の世界 1949~89年-
Wojdon, Joanna, Communist Propaganda at School: The World of the Reading Primers from the Soviet Bloc, 1949-1989. (Routledge Histories of Central and Eastern Europe) 154 pp. 2021:5 (Routledge, UK) <662-P6128>
ISBN 978-0-367-74063-4 hard ¥27,192.- (税込) GB£ 120.00 *

Communist Propaganda at School is based on an analysis of reading primers from the Soviet bloc and recreates the world as presented to the youngest schoolchildren who started their education between 1949 and 1989 across the nine Eastern European countries. The author argues that those first textbooks, from their first to last pages, were heavily laden with communist propaganda, and that they share similar concepts, techniques and even contents, even if some national specificities can be observed. ? This volume reconstructs the image of the world presented to schoolchildren in the first books they were required to read in their school life, and argues that the image was charged with communist propaganda. The book is based on the analysis of over sixty reading primers from nine countries of the Soviet bloc: Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, the German Democratic Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia from the period. ? Written with simplicity and straightforwardness, this book will be a valuable resource, not only to international academics dealing with the issues of propaganda, censorship, education, childhood and everyday life under communism in Eastern and Central Europe, but can also academics dealing with education under communism or with the content of primary education. It also brings educational experiences of the Soviet bloc to international researchers, in particular to researchers of education under totalitarian and authoritarian regimes.

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