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Les Monuments Controversés: Une Opportunité | Denkmalsdebatten: Eine Gelegenheit
The recent controversies over colonial and Confederate monuments is somehow misleading. Most of monuments go unnoticed.
Kultur, Zivilisation und Geschichtsbewusstsein
Revisions to the history curriculum currently under way in British Columbia, Canada replace, among other changes, a senior course on Comparative Civilizations with one entitled Comparative Cultures.
Diktaturgeschichten des 20. Jahrhunderts auf den Begriff bringen
Although adolescents label the GDR as a repressive and undemocratic system, the classification as a dictatorship is clearly less decided. This is less founded...
中国公众史学建构模式之探索 (2) | Muster der Schaffung chinesischer Public History (2)
Debates over public history (公众史学) in China are the role of history and historians in the nation, or forms of participation. The discussion raises more questions about past in public sphere.
Znak pamięci | Zeichen der Erinnerung
The Catholic churches in Poland are not just sacred objects, today they are also places of remembrance. One of many examples is the Zesłańców Sybiru (Chapel of the Siberian-deportees) in Wrocław.
Demokratie im Fokus: Die Sicht einer LehrerInnenausbildenden
In the age of Trump we must refocus if we are teaching democratic principles in our classes. As teacher educators, we must make sure that students understand these ideas so they are prepared to teach them.
Make It Strange – Geschichte als Mythos, nicht als Reflexion
History educators insist on the power and critical importance of knowing history and thinking historically about our collective pasts. Should history education display more awareness of its own past?