Dr. Joachim Scholz
Research Library for the History of Education - Research
Warschauer Straße 34-38
- West German Student Journals From the 1950s and 1960s. Student Journals as Artefacts of Secondary School Cultures (PAUSE)
|Since 05/2013||Head of the research section and academic staff member at the Research Library for the History of Education of the DIPF|
|2009 - 2013||Academic staff member at the Institute for Educational Science, Bergische Universität Wuppertal|
|2009||Doctoral degree, thesis on "Rural school reform and elementary teacher training in Brandenburg/Prussia" [Landschulreform und Elementarlehrerbildung in Brandenburg/Preußen], 1773-1830|
|2004 - 2009||Academic staff member at the Institut for Educational Science, TU Berlin|
|2000 - 2003||Psychological-technical staff member at Potsdam University (Institute for Pedagogy)|
|1993 - 2000||Studied Educational Science and Social Science at Potsdam University, M.A. thesis on “Once we have got the youth, we have got the future – the vegetarian fruit growing community in Eden/Oranienburg, an alternative societal and educational model” [Haben wir die Jugend, so haben wir die Zukunft – Die Vegetarische Obstbaukolonie Eden/Oranienburg als alternatives Gesellschafts- und Erziehungsmodell“]|
|Born in 1974 in Nauen, married, one child|
Current Work and Research Priorities
- History of education as social history of education systems, paying particular attention to modernization and professionalization, school reform in the 19th and 20th century (philanthropism, life reform/reform pedagogy, all-day schools)
- Manager of a DFG-funded research project, "West German student journals from the 1950s and 1960s. Student Journals as artefacts of secondary school cultures"
- Habilitation Project on "School culture and student journals, 1950-1968"