Welcome to the first ISCHE online History of Education Salon! Over the month of April 2017 we invite you to join a discussion on education and the body. Please provide comments on the initial videos in which leading scholars offer thoughts, provocations and questions. Or, contribute your own blog post in any of the ISCHE languages (English, French, Spanish or German).

Bienvenu au premier Salon en histoire de l’éducation en ligne d’ISCHE ! Au cours du mois d’avril 2017, nous vous invitons à participer à une discussion sur « L’éducation et le corps ». Prenez le temps de déposer des commentaires en réaction aux différentes vidéos des chercheur.e.s renommé.e.s qui ont partagé leurs idées, leurs provocations et leur questions avec nous. Ou contribuez au dialogue par votre propre article de blog dans l’une des quatre langues d’ISCHE (français, anglais, espagnol, allemand).

Herzlich willkommen zum ersten bildungsgeschichtlichen Online-Salon der ISCHE. Während des gesamten Monats April laden wir Sie dazu ein, an einer Diskussion zum Thema “Bildung und Körper” teilzunehmen. Wir freuen uns über direkte Kommentare zu unseren Videos, in denen führende Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler Gedanken, Provokationen und Fragen zum Thema äußern. Eine andre Möglichkeit der Teilnahme sind 'blog posts’ in einer der vier offiziellen Sprachen der ISCHE (deutsch, französisch, englisch, spanisch).

Bienvenida/os a la primera edición del Salón Historia de la Educación online de la ISCHE! Invitamos a todos y todas a participar de las discusiones sobre educación y cuerpo que se desarrollarán en el mes de abril. Esperamos sus comentarios a los vídeos iniciales en los cuales académica/os reconocida/os presentan ideas, provocaciones e interrogantes. También es posible contribuir con su propio post en el blog en cualquiera de los cuatro idiomas oficiales de la ISCHE (español, inglés, francés o alemán).

body fallacies (blog post from Pablo Scharagrodsky)

I have listened and, above all, felt beautiful problematizations from Georges Vigarello, a classic author that always worth re-reading, Mona Gleason, Pieter Verstraete, Rebecca Rogers and Inés Dussel. From different approaches and questions, the authors problematize bodies and, in particular, their materiality, accepting in some way Foucault s sentence: “Historically, bodies have been objects and targets of power.” From re-significations

le corps saisi (blog post from Rebecca Rogers)

As the organizer of this first History of education salon, I thought it might be interesting to comment on what this experience offered me, as an historian of education who hasn’t paid a great deal of attention to the body in her own scholarship. And yet, when I think back, schoolgirl bodies are present in all of my writings since

Georges Vigarello “Education and the Body”

This video from Georges Vigarello (École des hautes études en sciences sociales – Paris, France) is one of four lead off recordings in which historians discuss education and the body as part of the ISCHE April 2017 History of Education Salon. Captions available in French and English. Please feel free to add comments below or craft your own blog post

Mona Gleason “Education and the Body”

This video from Mona Gleason (University of British Columbia, Canada) is one of four lead off recordings in which historians discuss education and the body as part of the ISCHE April 2017 History of Education Salon.  Captions available in English. Please feel free to add comments below or craft your own blog post to contribute to the conversation.

Inés Dussel “Education and the Body”

This video from Inés Dussel (DIE-CINVESTAV, Mexico) is one of four lead off recordings in which historians discuss education and the body as part of the ISCHE April 2017 History of Education Salon.  Captions available in English and Spanish. Please feel free to add comments below or craft your own blog post to contribute to the conversation.

Pieter Verstraete “Education and the Body”

This video from Pieter Verstraete (KU Leuven, Belgium) is one of four lead off recordings in which historians discuss education and the body as part of the ISCHE April 2017 History of Education Salon.  Captions available in English. Please feel free to add comments below or craft your own blog post to contribute to the conversation.