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History & Historiography (F)
 
Welcome to the Division F Website
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Division F is dedicated to the study and practice of history and historiography of education. We look forward to seeing all of you at the 2019 Annual Meeting in Toronto, Ontario. We anticipate an exciting program planned under the direction of Program Chair Judith Kafka and Vice President Christopher Span. Valinda Littlefield is planning a mentoring seminar for our graduate students and new professors. Highlights of the meeting are described in our newsletter. The full program is available here

 
 
Mentoring Opportunities
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This year’s Division F Mentoring Seminar will be held in Toronto, Canada on Thursday, April 4th and Friday, April 5th. This seminar will provide panel discussions on teaching, research, and service led by distinguished scholars in the history of education. It will also place accepted applicants with a mentor to foster professional development and cultivate a lasting professional relationship, centered around the applicant's work as a scholar. 

If you are a graduate student or junior faculty interested in participating in the Division F Mentoring Seminar, please submit both a curriculum vitae and cover letter addressing the following components: 1) your research interests; 2) progress in your graduate program or your career path; and 3) how you plan to utilize the seminar for the advancement of your career. Please also indicate whether you have attended a Division F mentoring program before. You can email applications (and any questions) with the subject heading “Division F Mentoring Seminar Application” to Valinda Littlefield at littlevw@mailbox.sc.edu.

Applications are now closed. 

 
 
Graduate Student Initiatives
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The graduate student leadership of Division F has organized this fireside chat for the upcoming 2019 Annual Meeting in Toronto. 

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Awards
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Division F awards a prize of $300 annually for the best graduate student paper presented at AERA in the field of educational history. Nominations by faculty, graduate advisors, discussants, chairs, and self-nominations by students are welcome. 

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