Space and Time are two variables which, to a large extent, determine reality, make a mark on all its aspects, condition the opportunities and paths of people and societies, as well as those of thought, science, technology and many other manifestations of Reason, Freedom and Utopia. Education, a genuinely human phenomenon, is no stranger to such influences: it is both a past and a present factor which is both conditioning and conditioned over the course of history and the present.
Espacio, Tiempo y Educación was conceived as a forum in which Education, in all its forms and modes, in any and all points in Space and Time, could be examined.
Espacio, Tiempo y Educación is an open-access journal on the History of Education, subject to blind peer review, open and independent, which accepts original work in a variety of languages: Spanish, English, Italian, Portuguese and French.Espacio, Tiempo y Educación has been an annual volume and consists of two (2) issues. Each volume is generally divided into four sections: monograph, studies and interview.
The deadline for submitting articles for the Studies section remains open during the whole year.
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About the Volume editor: José Luis Hernández Huerta
Ph.D. in Education from the University of Salamanca (Spain). Professor at the University of Valladolid (Spain). Lines specially cultivated research are focused on History of Education, highlighting the influence of Celestin Freinet in Spain and representations of education in the collective imaginary of Argentina and Spain. Editor of the journals Foro de Educación and Espacio, Tiempo y Educación.
About the Volume editor: Antonella Cagnolati