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This issue p. 9

The role of scientific journals in the development and
internationalization of historical-educational research

edited by Roberto Sani

Carlos Eduardo Vieira, José Gonçalves Gondra, «Revista Brasileira de História da Educação»: trajetória e os desafios da internacionalização (2001-2014)   pp. 13-21
Eckhardt Fuchs, Rebekka Horlacher, Jürgen Oelkers,
Daniel Tröhler, Challenging national boundaries in the history of education. An outline of the journal «Bildungsgeschichte: International
Journal for the Historiography of Education» (IJHE)   pp. 23-27
Décio Gatti Júnior, The role and current challenges of the Brazilian periodical «Cadernos de História da Educação?» in scientific publishing in the history of education in the twenty-first century   pp. 29-37
José Luis Hernández Huerta, Antonella Cagnolati, En la Historia de la Educación. La gestión editorial, las revistas de Historia de la Educación y «Espacio, Tiempo y Educación»   pp. 39-55
Maria Helena Camara Bastos, Claudemir de Quadros,
Maria Stephanou, Revista «História da Educação» da ASPHE/RS (Brasil): compartilhando estudos e pesquisas desde 1997    pp. 57-63
Marta Ruiz-Corbella, Arturo Galán, Alfonso Diestro, Las revistas científicas en educación ante la exigencia de la sociedad en red   pp. 65-71
Antonio Viñao Frago, Revistas científicas e historia de la educación: una reflexión personal    pp. 73-87
Roberto Sani, «History of Education & Children’s Literature» and the
internationalization of historical-educational research in Italy (2006-2014)  pp. 89-95

Nineteenth- and twentieth-century schools as a laboratory for the
promotion of national identity and citizenship education / Part One
Call for Papers for the 10th anniversary of the journal «History of
Education & Children’s Literature» (2006-2015)

edited by Roberto Sani

Ingrid Brühwiler, Citizenship education in Switzerland before, during and after the First World War  pp. 99-120
Ina Katharina Uphoff, The construction of Heimat on German wallcharts in the early 20th century, and the part it played in creating a national identity  pp. 121-138
Elaine Cátia Falcade Maschio, Celebrating Italianità: the teaching of the Italian language and culture in ethnic schools in Paraná, Brazil  pp. 139-154
Ramona Caramelea, A school subject serving the nation. Geography textbooks in Romania (1864-1945)  pp. 155-176
Alla Salnikova, Zhanna Khamitova, School architecture as a way of promotion of Soviet identity in the 1930s’ Stalinist Russia   pp. 177-194
Lucia Wanjiku, 19th and 20th-century school as a laboratory for national identity and citizenship education: the case of Uganda   pp. 195-214
Paulí Dávila, Iñaki Zabaleta, Joxe Garmendia, The construction of the Basque Fatherland: religion, nationalism and education (1895-1931)  pp. 215-234
Adriana Kičková, Mária Kiššová, Czechoslovak identity and history course books in the Czechoslovak Republic (1918-1939)  pp. 235-249
Tomáš Kasper, Dana Kasperová, National, state and civic education in the Czech lands of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and, after 1918, in Czechoslovakia  pp. 251-278
Anna Ascenzi, Roberto Sani, The teaching of Rights and Duties in the schools of united Italy: between ideological control, social discipline and citizenship education (1861-1900). Part One  pp. 279-298
Cecilia Axell, Jonas Hallström, Technology and the shaping of a Swedish national identity in the educational work of Selma Lagerlöf, 1900-1907  pp. 299-316
Blanka Kudláčová, National character of the Educational Reform Movement in Slovakia in the interwar period  pp. 317-337
Joaquim Pintassilgo, Carlos Manique da Silva, School military education and the construction of a national identity in Portugal in the passage from the 19th to the 20th Century  pp. 339-359
Xavier Tornafoch Yuste, Isavena Opisso Atienza, National identity, civic values and school textbooks in Spain: La Enciclopedia cíclico-pedagógica and El libro de España (1931-1957)  pp. 361-367
Evelina Scaglia, The Regents’ System of Marco Agosti between Fascism and democracy  pp. 369-391
Guillemette Tison, French pupils between the two wars of 1870-1871 and 1914-1918. Reading books and their patriotic consciousness  pp. 393-409
Eliane Mimesse Prado, Obstacles to teaching the Portuguese language in elementary schools in the city of São Paulo (Brazil) in the early 20th century  pp. 411-425
Vučina Zorić, Fundamentals of John Dewey’s concept of civic education  pp. 427-445
Mirella D’Ascenzo, Nation building in the school prize giving ceremonies of the first decades after Italian Unification. A case study of post-unification Bologna  pp. 447-468
Miguel Beas Miranda, Erika González García, Study and interpretation of citizens’ multiple identities in Spanish schoolbooks on «Education for Citizenship and Human Rights»  pp.  469-488
Anthony L. Smyrnaios, The slow nationalization of Greek education through history teaching in the 19th Century  pp. 489-504
Branko Šuštar, The historical development of the formation of the elite in the south of the Habsburg Empire. Slovenes and the schooling of the intellectual class in the late 1800s and early 1900s  pp. 505-526
Dorena Caroli, Russian schools abroad. National identity, Soviet reforms and cosmopolitan education by Sergei I. Hessen (1887-1950)  pp. 527-553
Elisabeth Erdmann, The functionalization of history and social studies education in Germany from the 19th century until today  pp. 555-581
Pablo Toro Blanco, Towards a new Chile through the heart: aspects on the construction of a nationalist emotionology in school textbooks during Pinochet years (c.1974-c.1984)  pp. 583-600
Edvard Protner, The process of the Slovenian pedagogy gaining independence under the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy  pp. 601-624
Agustín Escolano Benito, The identity of the schoolbook as textual genre and as mediation of cultural construction of the educated citizenship  pp. 625-641
Giorgia Grilli, English public schools and the moulding of the ‘Englishman’  pp. 643-667

International Referees’ Committee (2015)  p. 669