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  • Who Owns the Museum Narrative?

    Do kogo należy narracja muzealna czyli o pracy przewodników? | Wem gehört das Museumsnarrativ?

    Who owns the museum narrative? The museum and its management, or the public? Is there only one narrative with the management being responsible for its dissemination?

    Who Owns the Museum Narrative?
  • The Public Lure of History Education

    Η Δημόσια Γοητεία της Ιστορικής Εκπαίδευσης | Der öffentliche Anreiz der Geschichtsbildung

    There is a debate about the relationship between history didactics, public history, and historical culture. Historical culture is a learning environment for history didactics. It shows many different ways in which the past is recreated in the present.

    The Public Lure of History Education
  • Relativity, Historicity and Historical Studies

    Relativität, Historizität und historische Studien

    Paradoxically, relativity or relativism is often presented in an absolutist manner, as the proposition that nothing is true, and as a credo in which all is to be doubted apart from doubt itself....

    Relativity, Historicity and Historical Studies
  • Seeing the “Big Picture” in Canadian History

    Comment voir les “grands tableaux” de l’histoire canadienne | Ein Blick auf das “Gesamtbild” der kanadischen Geschichte

    To pass judgement on the 'progress' or 'decline' of a society over time, a big-picture perspective on history is needed. These big-picture frameworks are also important...

    Seeing the “Big Picture” in Canadian History
  • Debating Clubs as a Method of Historical Learning

    Debattierclubs als Methode historischen Lernens

    Especially when it comes to historical reasoning and the formation of historical judgements, there are good reasons for us to assume that the ability to debate is ... a democratic key qualification.

    Debating Clubs as a Method of Historical Learning
  • Prizing Public History?

    Public History Prämieren?

    To create a public history prize is an act of advocacy and of self-assertion. It signals the value and the scale of the activity being celebrated. There has to be enough of it going on and enough people...

    Prizing Public History?
  • Learning History through Television Serials

    Tarihi Televizyon Dizileriyle Öğrenme | Geschichte lernen durch Fernsehserien

    An increasing number of television serials about Turkish history such as "Payitaht Abdülhamid" or "Resurrection Ertugrul" have been produced in Turkey in the second decade of the 2000s...

    Learning History through Television Serials
  • The Force of Fiction

    La force de la fiction | Die Kraft der Fiktion

    ...to understand the past differently: These are some of the forces of fiction. It also reminds us that reality never speaks for itself; the narrative choices and the language used are not neutral.

    The Force of Fiction
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