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  • Fake History and the Outlet Village

    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.

    Fake History and the Outlet Village
  • Prefigurative Art and Micro-Utopias

    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.

    Prefigurative Art and Micro-Utopias
  • Crossing Barriers: an International Public History

    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...

    Crossing Barriers: an International Public History
  • How Should The History of One’s Own Country Be Taught?

    Wie soll die Geschichte des eigenen Landes vermittelt werden?

    We can observe great differences in how teachers deal with the history of their own country ("Heimatkunde") in the classroom. Some of them...

    How Should The History of One’s Own Country Be Taught?
  • The ‘Burden of History’ and Controversial Issues

    Die ‘Last der Geschichte’ und kontroverse Themen | Το ‘Βάρος της Ιστορίας’ και τα Συγκρουσιακά Ζητήματα στην Εκπαίδευση

    Issue: Educational Content. In Greece we tend to have rather “passionate debates over the national past” than about history education as a whole.

    The ‘Burden of History’ and Controversial Issues
  • Do we need “Dark Public History“?

    Brauchen wir eine "Dark Public History"?

    What does the boom of Dark Tourism mean for public historians and why don't conventional labels such as Dissonant Heritage and Thanatourism include the term Dark Public History?

    Do we need “Dark Public History“?
  • Disturbing Historical Ignorance: Narrative, Doxa, Paradox

    Beunruhigende historische Ignoranz: Narrativ, Doxa, Paradox

    The absence of the past is often disconcerting and uncanny but is, nevertheless, inevitable. Reflections on the reasons for historical ignorance.

    Disturbing Historical Ignorance: Narrative, Doxa, Paradox
  • Should History Promote National Identification?

    Soll Geschichte die nationale Identifikation fördern? | L'histoire devrait-elle promouvoir les identités nationales?

    Today’s Facebook kids live in a global village and speak multiple languages. The tide of cosmopolitanism is running in their favour. Yet, the teaching...

    Should History Promote National Identification?
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