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La scuola di fronte agli usi pubblici della storia | Schulunterricht angesichts der Public History
The public uses of history compete with school teaching from a position of strength, and therefore they must become part of school history curricula in order to give pupils the tools to critically evaluate them.
When the politician Roman Haider of the party FPÖ (Freedom Party of Austria) caused the interruption of a lecture about political extremism in an Austrian school in spring 2017, a heated debate erupted over the place of politics in school education. The controversy raises important questions over the aims and principles of civic education.
Geschichtsboom versus Krise der Geschichtswissenschaft
History is strongly present in public, be it in historical-political debates or on the occasion of anniversaries. At the same time, it is more and more difficult for the science of history to make its voice heard.
Las resistencias de la narrativa nacional en Uruguay | Widerstand gegen die Nationalgeschichte Uruguays
The national narrative in Uruguay is much like its landscape, a continuum without abrupt changes. However, the demands of recent history are creating pressure...
Zeit und Geschichte (in) der Großen Koalition
The new coalition agreement was closely examined with a view to so-called future issues. But it is also noteworthy with regard to Public History – and to the historical classification of the present.
Bon Appétit: Cuisine et Histoire Publique | Bon Appétit: Essen und Public History
Public history of food encompasses new interests in everyday life, family history, local memories, participatory model, and visitors’ wish to experience the past.
History Marketing online – DAX trifft Geschichte
As part of marketing strategies, multinational corporations do not forego staging their history. It is permanently available on the company's own websites as an individual unique selling proposition.
Worin besteht der ‘Wert’? Neoliberalismus und Public History
This work arose from considerations of the relationship between Public History and the newly marketized UK University sector, mainly through focussing on the skills and impact agenda – neoliberalism on the ground.