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  • Māori History and a Sense of Place

    Maorische Geschichte und das Verständnis von Örtlichkeit

    The recently launched Māori History website has the potential to see Māori views successfully accommodated in history. It also provides an example of how a bold curriculum initiative ...

    Māori History and a Sense of Place
  • 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
  • In Search of the Lost Self – “Heimat” as Public History?

    Auf der Suche nach dem verlorenen Selbst – Heimat als Geschichtskultur?
    Alexander Svensson

    When you try to free the Heimat from processes of historical transformation by just insisting on its history, then Heimat becomes a connotation that seeks to preserve something that has never existed.

    In Search of the Lost Self – “Heimat” as Public History?
  • Charlottesville and the Controversial Past in Belgium

    Charlottesville et le passé controversé en Belgique | Charlottesville und die umstrittene Vergangenheit in Belgien

    Charlottesville 2017. The Belgian press took over the topic a few days later and returned to the issue of monuments and street names: l’héritage colonial.

    Charlottesville and the Controversial Past in Belgium
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