1. Introduction: The Transnational in the History of Education2.
The Transnational and Transcultural: Approaches to Studying the
Circulation and Transfer of Educational Knowledge3. Day Nurseries
in Europe in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries: The Challenge
of the Transnational Approach4. Conversations about the
Transnational: Reading and Writing the Empire in the History of
Education5. Transnationalism and the Engagement of Empire:
Precursors of the Postcolonial World6. Adaptations of Adaptation.
On how an Educational Concept Travels from the Heartlands to the
Hinterlands7. Analyzing Toru Dutt's Oeurvre Today: How a
Transnational Literary-Educational Casus from Colonial India Can
Enrich our Conception of Transnational History8. Temporalities and
the Transnational: Yoshi Kasuya's Consideration of Secondary
Education for Girls in Japan9. (De)Constructing the Global
Community. Education, Childhood and the Transnational History of
International Organizations10. Transnational as Comparative
History: (Un)Thinking Differences in the Self and Others
Eckhardt Fuchs is Director of the Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research and Professor of History of Education and Comparative Education at the Technical University Braunschweig (Brunswick), Germany. His research interests include the global history of modern education, international education policies, and curriculum and textbook development.Eugenia Roldan Vera is Professor of History of Education at the Department of Educational Research in the Center for Research and Advanced Studies (CINVESTAV), Mexico. Her research interests include the history of education in Mexico and Latin America in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, especially the history of textbooks, transnational dissemination of educational models, and the ritual and performative aspects of schooling.