MA Educational Science (with Distinction), University of Vienna
BA Educational Science, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Title: Faith in Numbers? The unheeded prehistory of education monitoring, 1890s-1920s
The PhD project is supervised by Prof. Dr. Sotiria Grek and Prof. Dr. Lindsay Paterson. The project investigates the discursive roots and normative characteristics of standardisation and quantification in education monitoring as it materialised at the turn of the 19th century. It is envisaged that the synthesis of the study’s findings will lead to a critical examination of the ways this early history of education measurement can help illuminate and explain more recent education monitoring agendas.
Courses in Educational Science (BA) at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Educational Science (BA and MA) at University of Vienna, and Childhood Education (BA) at Katholische Stiftungshochschule Munich.
Huber, M. & Maricic, V. (in press). Jugend und Emotion: Zur emotionalen Lebenswirklichkeit von Jugendlichen am Übergang. In F. Berger et al. (eds.), Jugend - Lebenswelt - Bildung. Barbara Budrich.
Tröhler, D. & Maricic, V. (2021). Data, Trust, and Faith: The unheeded religious roots of modern education. Globalisation, Societies and Education, 19(2), 99-107.
Maricic, V. (2020). National Identity Textbooks: Teaching Scottishness in the Wake of the Union of Parliaments. Croatian Journal of Education, 22(2), 29-46.
Education Policy, History of Education, Nations and Nationalism, Discourse Analysis