This page provides information regarding the main activities of the graduate school, apart from the regular seminar series at respective university, and the recurrent 10%, 50% and 90% PhD seminars.
2022 – The Third year of the Graduate School
23 March-2 June, 2022. PhD-course ”International and Transnational Perspectives” (Hybrid, Stockholm University)
May 3-4, 2022. PhD Course Workshop, Stockholm University
25-27 May, 2022. Nordic Educational History Conference (Aalborg)
August 31-September 3, 2022. ISCHE 43: Histories of Educational Technologies
November 17-18, 2022. International PhD workshop (Umeå University)
2021 – The second year of the Graduate School
March-June, 2021. PhD-course ”School Systems and School Reforms” (online, Uppsala U)
April 28, 2021. Seminar: ”What does this have to do with everything else? An ecological reading of the impact of past influenza pandemics on education in five European cities”. Speakers: Angelo Van Gorp; Björn Norlin; Eulàlia Collelldemont; Ian Grosvenor; Núria Padrós
May 19, 2021. Seminar with Martin Lawn: ”Learning to be Tested: Teachers and Pupils in Systems in the 1920s-1930s”
June 2, 2021. Seminar with Lisbeth Lundahl: ”Putting the pieces of the thesis together”
November 11-12, 2021. Workshop: ”Sources and Methods” (Uppsala University)
2020 – The first year of the Graduate School
February 2020. Call for PhD positions. Calls for 9 PhD positions where distributed. More information available här.
27 March, 2020 . Presentation of the graduate school at KU Leuven. On March 27, Johannes Westberg presents the idea of an applied history of education at KU Leuven, Belgium, under the heading ”What is an Applied History of Education”. [cancelled due to covid-19]
September 15, 2020. The introductory meeting of the Graduate School in Applied History of Education
September-October 2020. PhD Course: ”Introduction to Applied History of Education”. The first PhD-course will be organized in September-October 2020. More information regarding this course is found here>>
December 8, 2020. Seminar ”Experiences of being a PhD-student”. Invited speakers: Dr. Inês Félix (Umeå University) and Dr. Lisbeth Matzer (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München).