Personal Details: Kühberger, Christoph

Kühberger Christoph

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Christoph Kühberger, Mag et Dr. phil. habil. (*1975), Universitätsprofessor für Geschichts- und Politikdidaktik an der Universität Salzburg (Österreich). Er war Professor für Vergleichende neuere und neueste Europäische Kulturgeschichte an der Universität Hildesheim (Deutschland) und Hochschulprofessor für Geschichts- und Politikdidaktik an der Pädagogischen Hochschule Salzburg Stefan Zweig (Österreich). Forschungsschwerpunkte: Historisches und politisches Denken und Lernen, Geschichtskultur, Neue Kulturgeschichte und Ethik der Geschichtswissenschaft.

Christoph Kühberger, PhD (*1975), Professor for History and Civic education at the University of Salzburg (Austria). He was Professor for European Cultural History at the University of Hildesheim (Germany) and Professor for History and Civic education at the Pedagogical University of Salzburg Stefan Zweig (Austria). Current research interests: History Education and Civic Education, history culture, new cultural history and ethics of historical sciences.

http://www.christophkuehberger.com/
  • History Textbooks – what and whom are they for?

    Geschichtslehrbücher – für wen und warum?

    In Austria, history classes provide competences, concepts, and topics, which should be persistently implemented in history textbooks in accordance with Ministry of Education. Historical thinking...

    History Textbooks – what and whom are they for?
  • Kindergarten: A Place for Historical Thinking

    Kindergarten – Wo historisches Denken geformt wird

    Specialists in the teaching of the natural sciences have long recognised kindergarten as a key environment in forming young persons’ interest and abilities in science. Do kindergartens also include historical and civic education?

    Kindergarten: A Place for Historical Thinking
  • Interdisciplinary Research in History Education

    Interdisziplinäres Forschen in Geschichtsdidaktik

    If we try to focus on the differentiation of empirical research in history didactics, we see that the German-speaking world is currently putting a greater emphasis on interdisciplinary teams like HiTCH.

    Interdisciplinary Research in History Education
  • Wrong Tracks of Language-Sensitive History Teaching

    Irrwege sprachsensiblen Geschichtsunterrichts

    If one trusts the increasing demand for places in which language-sensitive history teaching [Sprachsensibler Geschichtsunterricht] is addressed, then this manifests (1) the somewhat problematic reflexes of history did...

    Wrong Tracks of Language-Sensitive History Teaching
  • Knights in Children’s Rooms. Public History and its Youngest Users

    Ritter in Kinderzimmern. Public History und ihre jüngsten Nutzer

    Children's rooms? History teachers often know little or nothing about how their pupils encounter history or which historical cultural products they should actually use to engage their protégés. Even relevant top-sellers--such as the ...

    Knights in Children’s Rooms. Public History and its Youngest Users
  • The Ethics of History – Just Nice To Have?

    Geschichtsethik – lediglich nettes Beiwerk?

    Explicit discussions of ethical issues were previously virtually unknown in the historical sciences of German language. Ethical problem areas are usually only broached implicitly, as elements of (academic) controversy. But in doing so, fundamental complex ...

    The Ethics of History – Just Nice To Have?
  • Hitler: Personalisation in historical representation and no end

    Hitler: Personalisierung in der historischen Darstellung und kein Ende

    Who exactly acts in the past and in history? Is it solely the rulers or is Bert Brecht’s literary critique in his poem "Questions from a worker who reads" as necessary today as it was in 1935? It seems that in the classroom a reductive and a balanced  ...

    Hitler: Personalisation in historical representation and no end
  • “Race” — a necessary category?

    “Rasse” – eine notwendige Kategorie?

    Ever since National Socialism used the term “Rasse” in a biologistic and inhumane manner and forced it into culture, it has no longer been possible for German speakers to use the term in a neutral, or uncharged, fashion.

    “Race” — a necessary category?

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