04 June 2018

European Education Volume 50, 2018 - Issue 4

ARTICLES 

Teachers’ Identity in Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools in Kazakhstan.

What Happens to Policies When Assuming Institutions? A Short 
Story About Romania’s Never-Ending Educational Reform.

Fears and Difficulties Experienced by Ukrainian Nationals During Their Period of Study in Poland
Sławomir Rębisz & Paweł Grygiel

Educational Flagships as Brokers in International Policy Transfer: Learning from the Experience of Kazakhstan Aliya Kuzhabekova, Arailym Soltanbekova & Ainur Almukhambetova

Language Education for Romani Children: Human Rights and Capabilities Approaches
William New & Hristo Kyuchukov


24 May 2018

European Education Volume 50, 2018 - Issue 3


ARTICLES 

Organizational Socialization and Job Satisfaction of Faculty at Nazarbayev University in Kazakhstan.
Darkhan Bilyalov

Faculty Challenges and Barriers for Research and Publication in Tajik Higher Education.
Zumrad Kataeva & Alan J. DeYoung

Raising Research Productivity in a Post-Soviet Higher Education System:A Case From Central Asia.
Aliya Kuzhabekova & Alan Ruby

Career Aspirations of Young Academics in Russia.
Natalia Karmaeva

03 May 2018

European Education Volume 50, 2018 - Issue 2

Festschrift for Andreas Kazamias: Comparative Historian, Humanist Intellectual, and Socratic ‘Gadfly’

Contents


INTRODUCTION  

HISTORY AND COMPARATIVE EDUCATION
The Owl of Athena: History, Philosophy, and Humanism in Comparative Education.
Andreas Kazamias

The Possibilities and Potential of Transnational History: A Response to Kazamias’ Call for Historical Research.
Marianne A. Larsen

Andreas Kazamias: Socratic Gadfly of Comparative Education.
Maria Manzon

HUMANISTIC PAIDEIA IN COMPARATIVE EDUCATION
Contra Aquam Remigare*: Reimagining Humanistic Paideia Through Comparative-Historical Analysis of Education.
Yiannis Roussakis

Stories Small and Tall: A Celebration of Andreas Kazamias’s Praxis.
Nancy Kendall

Reflections on “Paideia of the Soul”.
Nelly Stromquist

The Humanist Important to Our Times.
Thomas S. Popkewitz

ANDREAS KAZAMIAS AROUND THE WORLD
 “Democratic and Humanistic/Humane Paideia in the Euro-Cypriot Polity—Prospects for Reconstruction and Modernization”: A Biographical Sociological Analysis of a Reform Initiative in a (De-)Globalizing World.
Eleftherios Klerides

Andreas Goes to Africa: A Comparative Historical Study of the Teachers for East Africa Programs.
Frances Vavrus

DOI:
  • https://doi.org/10.1080/10564934.2018.1457447


  • Histories of Romani Education in Slovakia: A Kazamian Perspective.
    William S. New, Hristo Kyuchukov & Milan Samko

    MYTHMAKING, WIZARDING, AND WITCHING
    Reflections on Comparative Education: Telling Tales in Honor of Andreas Kazamias.
    Robert Cowen

    Reflections on Andreas Kazamias and Greek Myth.
    Noah W. Sobe



    Proteus: Comparative Education and/in the Spirit of Andreas Kazamias.
    Stephen Carney

    Searching for the Soul: Athena’s Owl in the Comparative Education Cosmos.
    Iveta Silova

    13 March 2018

    European Education Volume 50, 2018 - Issue 1

    Schools, Risk, and Integration: Responding to the EU/Refugee Crisis.

    Guest Editor: Jamie A. Kowalczyk
    https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/meue20/50/1

    Contents
    INTRODUCTION 
    Schools, Risk, and Integration: Responding to the EU/Refugee Crisis. 
    Jamie A. Kowalczyk 
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/10564934.2018.1431508  

    ARTICLES
    “Risky” Subjects: Theorizing Migration as Risk and Implications for Newcomers in Schools and Societies.
    Sophia Rodriguez
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/10564934.2018.1431788  

    Breaking Barriers with Collaborative Language Practices in a Multiethnic Classroom: A Potential Model. for Immigrant Children
    Şeyda Deniz Tarım
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/10564934.2017.1394163

    Syrian Mothers Producing Counterstories in Co-Constructed School Spaces: Rethinking the Role of Schools in Engaging Refugee Families.
    Elif Karsli-Calamak
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/10564934.2017.1394164

    The “Culture” of Migrant Pupils: A Nation- and Welfare-State Historical Perspective on the European Refugee Crisis.
    Mette Buchardt
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/10564934.2017.1394162  

    BOOK REVIEW
    Early Childhood Policies and Systems in Eight Countries: Findings from IEA’s Early Childhood Education Study
    Zsuzsa Millei
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/10564934.2018.1432237