Dr. Karin Priem is professor of the history of education at the University of Luxembourg. A former president of the German History of Education Research Association (2007–2011), she is currently executive secretary of the International Standing Conference for the History of Education (ISCHE). Karin Priem’s research focuses on the social, visual, body-sensory, and material history of education. Karin Priem is principal investigator of two third-party-funded projects on "Fabricating Modern Societies: Industries of Reform as Educational Responses to Societal Challenges" (part 1 and 2) with a focus on social-cultural, visual-material, and body-sensorial technologies of modernity. Karin Priem’s most recent publications are: “Facts for Babies: Visual Experiments at the Intersection of Art, Science, and Consumerism,” Sisyphus – Journal of Education 3 (2015); and “Seeing, Hearing, Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Th ings: On Silences, Senses, and Emotions during the ‘Zero Hour’ in Germany,” Paedagogica Historica 52 (2016).