Studies on Pupils and Informal Schooling Processes in Modern Europe
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Anna Larsson is Associate Professor of the History of Science and Ideas at the Department of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies at Umea University (Sweden). Bjoern Norlin is a researcher in History at the Department of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies at Umea University (Sweden). Both are members of the Umea Research Group for Studies in History and Education.
Contents: Anna Larsson / BjContents: Anna Larsson / Bjoern Norlin: Introduction: Taking Pupils into Account in Educational History Research - Sian Roberts: "It is Better to Learn than to be Taught": Pupil Culture and Socialization in The Hazelwood Magazine in the 1820s - Esbjoern Larsson: Karlberg as a Total Institution: The Royal Swedish War Academy in the 1800s - Bjoern Norlin: The Nordic Secondary School Youth Movement: Pupil Exchange in the Era of Educational Modernization,1870-1914 - Marieke Smit: School Culture at Fons Vitae: Capturing Pupil Experiences in a Dutch Catholic Girls School, 1914-40 - Anna Larsson: Remembering School: Autobiographical Depictions of Daily School Life in Sweden, 1918-80 - Joakim Landahl: Simulating Society: The Norra Latin Summer Residence in Stockholm, 1938-65 - Emmanuel Droit: Between Identity and Stigmatization: The Socialization of East Berlin Pupils in the 1950s.