American Educational History Journal

Volume 38 #1 & 2

Edited by:
J. Wesley Null, Baylor University

A volume in the series: American Educational History Journal. Editor(s): Donna M. Davis, University of Missouri - Kansas City.

Published 2011

The American Educational History Journal is a peer‐reviewed, national research journal devoted to the examination of educational topics using perspectives from a variety of disciplines. The editors of AEHJ encourage communication between scholars from numerous disciplines, nationalities, institutions, and backgrounds. Authors come from a variety of disciplines including political science, curriculum, history, philosophy, teacher education, and educational leadership. Acceptance for publication in AEHJ requires that each author present a well‐articulated argument that deals substantively with questions of educational history.

CONTENTS
VOLUME 38, NUMBER 1, 2011
Editor’s Introduction, J. Wesley Null. Cultivating Individual Agency in Progressive Times: The Civic Education Program at Shortridge High School 1883–1928, J. Spencer Clark. Religious Experience and Progressive Education, Jared R. Stallones. Where Has Vocational Education Gone? The Impact of Federal Legislation on the Expectations, Design, and Function of Vocational Education as Reflected in the Reauthorization of the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006, Janice Nahra Friedel. Growing Up Dystopian: The Future History of Education and Childhood, Joshua Garrison. Learning for Liberation: The Citizenship Education Program and the Freedom Struggle, David Levine. The American Dance Festival’s Departure from Connecticut College: A Casualty of Coeducation? Paul P. Marthers. Lucy Sprague Mitchell: A Geographer for All Time, Sherry L. Field and Michelle Bauml. Female Leadership and the ‘Cult of Domesticity’: The Contributions of Elizabeth Harrison and Rumah Crouse to the Chicago Kindergarten Movement, 1879–1920, Shannon Hart. ‘New’ Ideas in Old Contexts: Warren Colburn and Mathematics Curriculum and Teaching, Susan Cooper and J. Wesley Null. A House Divided: Demographic Change and the Decline of Youngstown’s Parochial Elementary Schools, Thomas G. Welsh and Deborah Campbell. Emergence of Educational Policy for Students with Emotional Disabilities: 1955 and Beyond, Beth R. Handler. The Education of Japanese-Americans, 1942–1946: The Fate of Democratic Curriculum Reform, Catherine L. Cullen. The Karankawa Mystique: Lore vs. Authenticity, Vivien L. Geneser. American Scholars Abroad: Reflections on Soviet Academic Freedom, Kelly A. Kish.

VOLUME 38, NUMBER 2, 2011
Editor’s Introduction, J. Wesley Null. Efforts toward Educational Reform in the United States since 1958: A Review of Seven Major Initiatives, Thomas A. Kessinger. The Mathematical Argument: Proponents and Opponents of a Standardized Core, Connie J. Richardson and Colleen M. Eddy. Canonic Constructions in Early 20th Century: Music Appreciation Classes, Jacob Hardesty. Gunild Keetman: Das Schulwerk, Music and Movement Education, and Critical Pedagogy, Stephanie K. Andrews. How Did Museums Change During the Cold War?: Informal Science Education After Sputnik, Anne Zandstra and J. Wesley Null. Educating with Heart, Head, and Hands: Pestalozzianism, Women Seminaries, and the Spread of Progressive Ideas in Indian Territory, Maria Laubach and Joan K. Smith. Over One Hundred Years of Misrepresentation: American Minority Groups in Children’s Books, Hani Morgan. Child of the State, Contingency and Progress: White House Conferences on Children and Youth, Theresa Richardson. Jefferson’s Classical Curriculum: An Examination of the Classical Influences on Thomas Jefferson’s Educational Philosophies, Seth Boutin and James B. Rodgers. Darulhuffaz of Nasuh Bey: A Religious School in Konya, Turkey, During the Era of Karamanid Dynasty (1256–1483) and Ottoman Empire (1299–1922), Emin Kýlýnç and Lynn M. Burlbaw. Discourse, Education and Women’s Public Culture in the Port Royal Experiment: Interpreting the Life and Work of Laura Towne, Mary-Lou Breitborde. Serving the Needs of Diverse Learners: An Examination of Michael Anagnostopoulos’ Contributions to the History of Educational Ideas, Bill Kondellas, Marcel Fredericks, Janet Fredericks, and Michael W.V. Ross. Fair Protestant Maidens and Menacing Nuns: Gender and Education in 19th Century Anti-Catholic Tracts, Lucy E. Bailey.