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  • Value Neutrality? Repression of a Crucial Question

    Wertneutralität? Die Verdrängung der Gretchenfrage

    For Western historiography and with it the descriptive parts of history textbooks have to be sine ira et studio nowadays. Value neutrality is a necessary prerequisite for history as a science.

    Value Neutrality? Repression of a Crucial Question
  • Narratives of the European Union

    Die Narrative der Europäischen Union | Narracje Unii Europejskiej

    The attractiveness of the European Union gave, partially, birth to a number of narratives about the nature of the EU, which became pronounced in the 1990s and flourished in the heyday of the EU enlargements.

    Narratives of the European Union
  • Why We Should all Become Public Historians

    Warum wir alle Public Historians werden sollen | Pourquoi Nous Devrions Tous Devenir des Historiens Publiques

    We are at a crossroads for the spread of public history and we need to consider the possibility that we could all become public historians.

    Why We Should all Become Public Historians
  • In Search of Narrative Plausibility

    Auf der Suche nach narrativer Triftigkeit

    How shall we articulate a concept of plausibility of historical narratives as a way to assess their adequacy? Jörn Rüsen offers a starting point with his definition of 'Triftigkeit'.

    In Search of Narrative Plausibility
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