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"Wildwasserpaddler" oder "Regelanwendungsautomaten"?
The question in History Didactics isn't always so much as what the students need to know but what a history teacher actually needs to know in order to be able to work successfully.
Das Reformationsjubiläum. Eine Polemik | Het reformatiejubileum. Een polemiek
Unconcerned minds may fall prey to the idea – quite appropriate for a first intuition – that the Reformation jubilee has something to do with historical reassessment.
Lehrplandebatten als Public History: Australien
Curriculum debates: Increasingly, school history has become the focus of public interest, although the fault lines of related debates seem to fall along predictably and often polarised political orientations.
Erinnern in Dresden 2017
The bombing of Dresden in 1945 has been interpreted as a barbarian destruction of an “innocent city” - until today. The “Monument” by the Syrian-German artist, M. Halbouni, challenges this remembrance.
Historische Bildung in Zeiten von Trump | La enseñanza de la historia en tiempos de Tump
What interpretations of Mexico-United States relations will the new curriculum of Mexican history recommend? What should we study to prepare a critical citizenry?
Fake History im Outlet Village
Outlet villages create synthetic town centres for marketing purposes. From the perspective of tourists, it seems that there is only a marginal difference between such outlet villages and genuine historical towns.
Präfigurative Kunst und Mikro-Utopien | Sztuka prefiguratywna i Mikro-utopie
One of the important aims of prefigurative art would be the creation of “critical hope”, which Ewa Domańska presents here strategically as an obligation of any humanities scholar faced with real threats.
Grenzen überschreiten: eine Internationale Public History | Traverser les frontières : une histoire publique internationale
Public history looks more international than ever. The internationalization of public history creates a common space for discussion about the changing...