This article shows the complexities of peace education and morality in a teacher education context in divided Cyprus.
Giving students a chance to talk about controversial and sensitive historical events requires careful preparation.
Which new aspects and insights can a court’s decision bring to a historic event that happened almost nine decades ago?
This article carefully reveals fundamental ideas about justice, and problematises the relationship between historical discourse and justice.
Recently, historians have favoured the moral responsibility of directing historical discourse toward addressing social justice.