We seek to understand how and why historical pageantry has waxed and waned since the 1900s and what participation meant to those involved.
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Indigenous Voices, Climate Change, and Modern Slavery
The images described in this article portray settler violence and subjugation; but also highlight indigenous resistance and knowledge
What Should They Know of England? History and Citizenship
What do the newest British residents need to know about the many generations of Britain’s inhabitants who preceded them?
“Silence of Innocents”: Portuguese De-colonization
In Portugal, the restoration or demolition of the landmarks of the ‘Discoveries’ and colonialism has been extensively debated.
Unsilencing the Histories of Ireland’s Indigenous Minority
We argue that the use of indigenous stories allows for the exploration of environmental issues in a holistic, informed and responsive way.
Finding Indigenous Perspectives in Quebec’s History Curriculum
Quebec’s history curriculum prior to 1996 shows that little consideration was given to Indigenous history.
Sounding the Silences: History, Revision and Inclusion
Histories, like narratives in general, can foreground or exclude. The choice of narrative subject is an inclusory and an exclusionary gesture.