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Populismus: Ein politischer Kampfbegriff?
An over-used concept would very well qualify as the "non-word" of the year: populism. For some time all political movements and politicians diverging from the – however it is defined – political "middle" are condemned as "populist". ...
In Berlin und Brandenburg sollen die Rahmenlehrpläne “modernisiert” und “entschlackt” werden, das Resultat ist eine Abschaffung des Fachs Geschichte in den Klassen 5 und 6 und eine oktroyierte Methodenmonomanie im... Read More ›
Zurück in die Zukunft? Public History und der neue ‘Academic Citizen’
Public history is a tricky thing to define, its very elusiveness serving as a reason for historians to regard it with suspicion. The act of definition is problematic, however, for more important reasons than semantics. ...
Neue Türkei, neue Bildungsfragen | Yeni Türkiye, Yeni Eğitim Sorunları
The educational system in Turkey is a massive and changing structure … Radical steps have been taken in terms of quality and quantity in the field of education in order to ...
Zeit für Wiedergutmachung
On 19 December 2014, more than 100,000 Swiss voters submitted the so-called "Reparation Initiative". The necessary signatures were collected within barely more than half a year. ...
Geschichtsstudium ohne Fremdsprachenkenntnisse und Lesekompetenz?
Students in Brandenburg will soon be able to start studying history without foreign language skills – according to the will of politicians. Presumably, this policy aims to increase the number of students ...
An Interview instead of an Editorial
An Interview with Marko Demantowsky (PHW) by Mareike König (DHI Paris) … We are an international and multilingual journal that addresses the public use of history; our contributors are historians... Read More ›
Lenin und Marx als Symbole der Befreiung?
Are historical representations and collective memories one and the same thing? Why and how do they coincide or differ? Local and national contexts most definitely play an important role in this respect