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  1. Week 1 Introduction 13 items
    1. Essential reading 2 items
    2. Additional reading 11 items
      1. Mindset - Carol S. Dweck 2012

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      2. Beyond learning: democratic education for a human future - Gert Biesta c2006

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      3. Human learning: an holistic approach - Peter Jarvis, Stella Parker 2005

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      4. Situated learning: legitimate peripheral participation - Jean Lave, Etienne Wenger 1991

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  2. Week 2 Background and Middle Ages? 8 items
    1. Essential reading 2 items
    2. Additional reading 6 items
      1. The origins of higher learning: knowledge networks and the early development of universities - Roy Lowe 2017

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      2. The social origins of English education - Joan Simon 1970

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      3. English university life in the Middle Ages - Alan B. Cobban 1999

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      4. Space between words: the origins of silent reading - Paul Henry Saenger 1997

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  3. Week 3 Reformation and Enlightenment 9 items
    1. Essential reading 2 items
    2. Additional reading 7 items
      1. This is enlightenment - Clifford Siskin, William Warner 2010

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      2. In defence of the enlightenment - Tzvetan Todorov 2009

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      3. Scottish education since the Reformation - R. D. Anderson c1997

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      4. Mediaeval education and the Reformation - John Lawson 1967

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      5. Uglow, J. (2003) The Lunar Men: Five Friends Whose Curiosity Changed the World, New York: Farrar.

  4. Week 4 Learning and schooling – key issues in c19 and c20 11 items
    1. Essential reading 2 items
    2. Additional reading 9 items
      1. The black box of schooling: a cultural history of the classroom - Johannes Franciscus Anthony Braster, Ian Grosvenor, Ma. del Mar del Pozo Andrés c2011

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      2. Silences and images: the social history of the classroom - Ian Grosvenor, Martin Lawn, Kate Rousmaniere c1999

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      3. Blackboards and Bootstraps: Revisioning Education and Schooling - David Hamilton, Benjamin Zufiaurre, SpringerLink (Online service) 2014 (electronic resource)

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      4. Dickens on education - John Manning 1959

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  5. Week 5 – from schooling to digital - new forms of learning? 14 items
    1. Essential reading 2 items
    2. Additional reading 12 items
      1. Teachers and machines: the classroom use of technology since 1920 - Larry Cuban, Teachers College, Columbia University 1986

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      2. Television: technology and cultural form - Raymond Williams, Ederyn Williams 1990

        Book  2003 edition available as an ebook: http://ucl-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/UCL_VU1:CSCOP_UCL:UCL_LMS_DS002642628

      3. Comparative media history: an introduction : 1789 to the present - Jane Chapman 2005

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      4. A social history of the media: from Gutenberg to the Internet - Asa Briggs, Peter Burke 2009

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      5. Educational Technology - Kimberly A. Lawless 10/2016

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  6. Week 6 – Older people and domestic space 17 items
    1. Essential reading 3 items
    2. Additional reading 14 items
      1. Women's Words: the feminist Practice of Oral History - Sherna Berger Gluck, Daphne Patai 1991

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      2. Life history research in educational settings: learning from lives - Ivor Goodson, Patricia J. Sikes 2001

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      3. The making of the modern family - Edward Shorter c1975

        Book  Additional copies: http://ucl-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/UCL_VU1:CSCOP_UCL:UCL_LMS_DS000001356

      4. Approaches to the history of the Western family, 1500-1914 - Michael Anderson, Economic History Society 1980

        Book  1995 edition available as an ebook: http://ucl-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/UCL_VU1:CSCOP_UCL:UCL_LMS_DS002287119

  7. Week 7 – Civil society 10 items
    1. Essential reading 2 items
    2. Additional reading 8 items
      1. Where women are leaders: the SEWA movement in India - Kalima Rose 1992

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      2. Pedagogy of the oppressed - Paulo Freire 2000

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  8. Week 8 – Adult education 8 items
    1. Essential reading 2 items
    2. Additional reading 6 items
      1. The Whole Contention Concerning the Workers’ Educational Association’ - Jonathan Rose

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  9. Week 9 – Higher education 7 items
    1. Essential reading 2 items
      1. Learning lives and alumni voices - Andrea Jacobs, Camilla Leach, Stephanie Spencer 04/2010

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    2. Additional reading 5 items
      1. Students: a gendered history - Carol Dyhouse 2006 (electronic resource)

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      2. The university experience 1945-1975: an oral history of the University of Strathclyde - Callum G. Brown, Arthur McIvor, Neil Rafeek, University of Strathclyde 2004

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      3. The history of higher education: major themes in education - Roy Lowe 2009

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      4. The rise of the student estate in britain - Eric Ashby, Mary Anderson 1970

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  10. Week 10 – Work and education – apprenticeships, trade unions, work 9 items
    1. Essential reading 2 items
      1. Chapter 5: Work Culture - Selina Todd

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    2. Additional reading 7 items
      1. A. Excell, The Politics of the Production Line: Autobiography of an Oxford Car Worker (Southampton: History Workshop, 1981), 31

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