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Sind Denkmäler Geschichte?
Historic monuments are making the news. The removal of Confederacy leaders’ statues has provoked reaction in the USA. In Australia, at the same time, news that vandals had defaced the Captain Cook statue in Sydney, garnered attention.
Aprender a enseñar historia a pesar del nacionalismo banal | Geschichte lehren im Angesicht des banalen Nationalismus
The current growth of nationalism is one of the greatest challenges in terms of history teaching today. Research confirms the influence of deeply-rooted nationalistic...
Die Grenzen der Multiperspektivität – Relativismus und Leitkultur
When the historical sciences and history didactics rejected their claim to objectivity, this gave rise to new dynamics and differences. But what about the multiplicity of perspectives?
Türkiye’de yeni tarih öğretim programi | Der neue türkische Geschichtslehrplan
The new Turkish history curriculum, issued in 2017, has brought some innovations, but it still contains some of the deficiencies of the old curriculum. It does not adequately address international history...
“Landshut” – Geschichte im Flugzeug aufarbeiten
On October 13, 1977, four Palestinian terrorists hijacked the Lufthansa aircraft “Landshut” on its flight from Palma de Mallorca to Frankfurt am Main.
L’Histoire Publique, une cure nécessaire pour l’Union européenne aujourd’hui? | Public History: Eine Notwendigkeit in der heutigen Europäischen Union?
In the European Union, contemporary political debates are heavily influenced by history and memory issues. European citizens have multi-layered identities.
Polityka na stadionie | Politik im Fussball-Stadion
Since the very beginning, politics has played a significant role in the development of Polish sport. This article focuses on the role of politics in shaping the world view of Polish football fans.
Base Nacional Comum Curricular – História no Brasil | Der Nationale Rahmenlehrplan zur Geschichte Brasiliens
What are the implications of the new History curriculum proposal of the Brazil’s National Common Curricular Base (BNCC) for those who teach History? How is it possible to understand this material?