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History of Education Review (HER) is the official journal of the Australian and New Zealand History of Education Society (ANZHES), publishing refereed articles on the history of education, childhood and youth, and closely related fields.
The journal is highly regarded internationally in the field of the history of education and has recently been awarded an ‘A’ ranking by the Australian Research Council.
The aim of ANZHES is to collect and distribute information relating to the study, teaching and research in the history of education. A further aim is to sponsor and support such activities as may encourage research and exchange of ideas on the history of education. Membership of ANZHES includes a subscription to History of Education Review. ANZHES has its web-site at: http://www.anzhes.com
History of Education Review is an international journal committed to the publication of high quality peer reviewed research and theoretical papers located in the history of education, childhood and youth and related studies. Published twice a year, the journal publishes papers, in English, by established, mid-career, and emerging scholars. It accepts special responsibility for publishing the work of Australian and New Zealand scholars, and focusing on Australian and New Zealand education. In addition, it welcomes, and seeks to publish regularly, scholarly studies from, and about, all parts of the world.
History of Education Review is available as part of an online subscription to the Emerald Education eJournals Collection. For more information, please email email@example.com or visit the Emerald Education eJournals Collection page.
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