Victoria Cain is an Assistant Professor of History at Northeastern University, where she teaches and writes about the history of visual culture, museum exhibition, and educational media. She is the co-author, with Karen Rader, of the award-winning Life on Display: Revolutionizing U.S. Museums of Science and Natural History in the Twentieth Century (University of Chicago Press, 2014). She has published articles and essays in Isis, History of Education Quarterly, Early Popular Visual Culture, the Journal of Visual Culture, American Quarterly, and other journals and anthologies. She is currently writing a history of controversies over the uses of screen media in American schools.
Organization of Educational Historians
The Organization of Educational Historians (OEH) is an academic society of scholars from throughout the nation who produce research on educational history. OEH, formerly known as the Midwest History of Education Society, meets each fall for its annual conference, which is typically held in Chicago. We present papers, discuss recent changes in scholarship on educational history, consider ways to promote the teaching of educational history at our universities, and otherwise make plans for the future of OEH.
ORGANIZATION OF EDUCATIONAL HISTORIANS 2018 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
"Beyond the Boundaries of Schooling in the History of Education
NORTH PARK UNIVERSITY
OCTOBER 5 to OCTOBER 6, 2018