Constructing worlds of education: A historical perspective

@article{Droux2015ConstructingWO,
  title={Constructing worlds of education: A historical perspective},
  author={Joelle Droux and Rita Hofstetter},
  journal={PROSPECTS},
  year={2015},
  volume={45},
  pages={5-14}
}
Over the past two decades, historians have dedicated a growing amount of research to the history of globalization. This introduction shows how the articles in this issue contribute to this dynamic, aiming to illustrate its heuristic potential in historicizing educational phenomena. The field of education is presented as a relevant platform for an analysis of transnational dynamics, a fact which is demonstrated in the various articles in this issue: they offer a diversity of original case… 

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