Two hundred years of comparative education: nation-state, globalization and disciplinary development.
Sept. 23-24, 2017
In 1817 in France's "Education Journal," Marc-Antoine Jullien de Paris published the series "A Sketch and Preliminary View of a Work on Comparative Education", thus establishing the field of comparative education. Over the past 200 years, comparative education has experienced different stages of development and achieved fruitful research results. It has deepened mutual understanding and promoted international exchange and cooperation in education. Now, at the beginning of its third century, comparative education is facing new challenges and new development opportunities. What road will the future development of Comparative Education take? And what historical mission should it play in the agenda of national development and global governance? These questions are worthy of the world's Comparative Education scholars' in-depth consideration.
Since 2002, Beijing Normal University's Institute of International and Comparative Education has successfully hosted The Worldwide Comparative Education Forum five times. On September 23rd -24th, 2017, the institute will convene the Sixth Worldwide Comparative Education Forum with the theme "Two Hundred Years of Comparative Education: Nation-State, Globalization, Disciplinary Development".
The Sub-themes are as follows:
Register and submit up to 300 words abstract on or before July 31st, 2017. For details, please refer to the conference website at http://www.wffce.org/En.
The submission system opens on 1 June 2017, and closes on 31 July, 2017 at 11:59pm Beijing Time. Due to the projected number of abstracts anticipated, no late submissions will be accepted.Abstracts must be submitted online.