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  • Who We Are: Public Historians as Multiple Personalities?

    Wer wir sind: Public Historians als multiple Persönlichkeiten?

    There is no doubt that, since its inception in the United States, public history has been increasingly professionalized internationally as an academic teaching and research discipline. At German universities, however, its status is still fuzzy. Although ...

    Who We Are: Public Historians as Multiple Personalities?
  • Wrocław re-read…

    Breslau – neu gelesen … | Wrocław ponownie odczytany …

    In the history of various cities, one can observe many examples of turning points that remind us of these cities’ political, cultural, or economic situation. They represent borderline situations that can still be seen today, even after many decades. This can be said about Wrocław in particular.

    Wrocław re-read…
  • A Collaboration Machine. The Index Didacticorum

    Eine Kollaborationsmaschine. Der Index Didacticorum

    Our daily life as researchers is defined by research publications, literature reviews, reports about experiences and discussions, and proposals. That’s self-evident. Right? What is their role for us, in fact? How much do we still read, in order to write? Only very few of us manage to keep ...

    A Collaboration Machine. The Index Didacticorum
  • History, Interculturality and Cognitive Pluriverses

    Geschichte, Interkulturalität und kognitive Pluriversen / Historia, interculturalidad y pluriversos cognitivos

    Contemporary didactic proposals for history teaching in Mexico have been concerned with the proximity between professional historical thought and its teaching, without modifying traditional historical narratives taught in schools. However ...

    History, Interculturality and Cognitive Pluriverses
  • The Irony of Family History as a Source of Identity

    Die Ironie der Ahnenforschung als Identitätsquelle

    Family history research is experiencing an unprecedented surge of interest, facilitated by the vast array of archives now accessible on the Internet, including social media style family tree websites such as ancestry.com that allow family historians to share their research.

    The Irony of Family History as a Source of Identity
  • Digital Public History Narratives with Photographs

    Narrative der digitalen Public History mit Fotografien | Ecrire une histoire publique numérique avec des photographies

    Social Media facilitate various forms of web communication between individuals and communities. They can bring users together to discuss common issues and to share traces of the past. Local communities’ engagement with the past ...

    Digital Public History Narratives with Photographs
  • Breaking away from passive history in the digital age

    Schluss mit der “passiven Geschichte” im digitalen Zeitalter

    In Teaching History in the Digital Age, Mills Kelly recounts a teaching anecdote with millennial students. At the beginning of a history class, an avid student informed Kelly that he had "fixed" the Nuremberg video they watched during the previous session. Stunned, Kelly decided ...

    Breaking away from passive history in the digital age
  • The Colosseum! What else left over from history education?

    Das Kolosseum! Was bleibt noch übrig von der historischen Bildung? | Колизей! Что осталось от исторического образования?

    The reform of history education in Russia aimed at promoting the growth of interest in history, the formation of critical thinking, and the emergence of solid knowledge about the country’s history and world history. Much has already been achieved. Nevertheless, one cannot ...

    The Colosseum! What else left over from history education?
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