At our BFWG AGM in early July this year we were delighted to present an Honorary Membership to Professor Emerita Joyce Goodman MBE.
Joyce Goodman is Professor Emerita in History of Education at the University of Winchester. She has filled a range of roles at the University, including Assistant Vice-Chancellor, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Dean of the Faculty of Education, Health and Social Care, and Director of Research and Knowledge Transfer.
She is the former editor of History of Education, past President of the History of Education Society UK and former secretary of the International Standing Conference for the History of Education.
She is currently advisor to the Albert M. Greenfield Centre for the Digital History of Women's Education, Bryn Mawr College, USA.
Professor Goodman has published widely on women and education.
Her most recent books include Women in Education: Major Themes in Education (Routledge, 2011, 4 volumes), with Jane Martin and Girls' Secondary Education in the Western World (Palgrave. 2010/2014), with James Albisetti and Rebecca Rogers.
Professor Goodman's Specialist Research Interests:
History of women's education, in particular, women, education, colonialism, national identities, internationalism and transnationalism; history of secondary education for girls; history of religion, gender and education. Professor Goodman is currently preparing books on the history of Education, internationalism and imperialism.
Academic and Professional qualifications:
PhD, Manchester University
M Ed, Manchester University
B.Ed Honours, CNAA, Class 1
Qualified Teacher Status, Nederlandse Ministerie van Onderwijs
Certificate in Education (Qualified Teacher Status) Bristol University
Music and Education
Research Degree External Examining:
PhD external examiner
University of Birmingham
University of Cambridge
University of Edinburgh
University of London
University of Sydney
La Trobe University
Nottingham Trent University