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International Centre for Historical Research in Education

Making a significant contribution to the development of research and scholarship on the history of education, broadly defined.

Head of Centre: Professor Gary McCulloch

The International Centre for Historical Research in Education (ICHRE) at the UCL Institute of Education (IOE), is a leading centre for historical research into education.

About us?

Background

ICHRE provides support for students and staff in the history of education, including conference grants, seminars, conferences and other related activities. Our centre welcomes?visiting staff and students in the history of education from around the UK and internationally.

We work?in close partnership with colleagues across UCL, including UCL History Department, UCL Special Collections and UCL Culture, the Centre for Holocaust Education and the Centre for Higher Education.

We also have?close links to external associations including the UK History of Education Society, the International Standing Conference for the History of Education (ISCHE), the British Educational Research Association (BERA) and its History special interest group, the Society for Educational Studies, and the Social History Society.

Our staff

Director of Centre

  • Professor Gary McCulloch, Brian Simon Professor of History of Education

Executive Committee Members

    Our research

    Our members research a range of topics in the history of education, including formal education (such as schooling and the student experience), youth and social movements, voluntary organisations and philanthropy, popular and community history.

    Current and recent research projects are funded by the ESRC, AHRC, British Academy, Leverhulme Trust, Society for Educational Studies, and Swedish Research Council.

    List of projects

    See also:

    Engagement

    TV and radio

    ICHRE staff provided advice and support for BBC programmes on the history of education:

    Exhibitions

    As part of the Redress of the Past?project, ICHRE staged exhibitions with partners at Bury St Edmunds, Scarborough and Carlisle

    Public lectures?

    Professor Gary McCulloch delivered a series of lectures in China about the recent reforms in UK education, teacher education policies, and past and present perspectives on the school curriculum.

    Knowledge exchange

    The British Academy research project Digitising the Mixed Economy of Welfare in Britain?is a collaborative, interdisciplinary project that promotes the preservation of voluntary sector archives through research and knowledge exchange.

    Histories of the IOE and UCL

    Members of ICHRE lead historical research into our own institutions. In 2018, Georgina Brewis revised and updated UCL’s official history for UCL Press, available open access here:?The World of UCL.

    In summer 2021, Tom Woodin will publish an update to the UCL Institute of Education’s official history:?The UCL Institute of Education: From training college to global institution.?In the run up to UCL’s bicentenary in 2026, Georgina Brewis is working on a series of new publications and engagement activities in association with Office of the Vice-Provost (Advancement) and Students’ Union UCL.?

    Study with us

    Programmes

    All courses are taught by research-active specialists in social and educational history. Centre members offer research supervision in history of education and more widely in the social and cultural history of modern Britain and beyond.

    Undergraduate

    We offer world-class teaching in the history of education through a number of modules on the Education Studies BA.

    Graduate taught?

    A History of Education route can be taken on the?Education MA.

    Graduate research

    Staff are available to receive applications for MPhil/PhD/EdD projects from suitably qualified applicants on a range of topics related to the history of learning and education in the broadest sense.

    Recent and current projects supervised by ICHRE staff include a wide range of topics relating to 19th and 20th century history of education in the UK, history of universities, and history of education in other countries e.g. China, Greece, Denmark, USA.

    Doctoral co-supervision

    Doctoral students may be co-supervised with other UCL departments (e.g. History, Geography) or other London institutions as part of the AHRC or ESRC doctoral training partnerships. Further info:

    Studentships

    Visiting students?

    The Centre supports visiting research students through special research courses.

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