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  • Back to the future? Public history and the new academic citizen

    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. ...

    Back to the future? Public history and the new academic citizen
  • The New Turkey, New Educational Questions

    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  ...

    The New Turkey, New Educational Questions
  • Time for Reparation

    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. ...

    Time for Reparation
  • Studying history without linguistic competences and reading competence?

    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 ...

    Studying history without linguistic competences and reading competence?

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