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Nationalität – tot oder lebendig?
It seems to be clear that nationality is an outdated piece of history. In the field of cultural studies, the idea that we are living in a post-national era has become firmly established. Nationality has become a concept of political disqualification.
Virtuelle Zeitreisen? Public History und Virtual Reality
History education and Public History are both challenged to provide guidance on how to deal with the respective Virtual Reality offers in a reflected and critical manner.
Frauen, das ohnmächtige Geschlecht? #metoo und wir (1)
Thuringian Forest, 1890: Everyday sexism as texture of modern society. This is how a history film presents it. And that has a lot to do with us and the #metoo debate.
Hindelang ist nicht Hindukusch. Militär und Tradition
In recent years, public history scandals have repeatedly occurred in the German Armed Forces. These scandals consisted of the fact that young men were actively referring to the traditions and symbols of the National Socialist Wehrmacht.
Публичная история в России: какая она? | Merkmale der Public History in Russland
Public history in Russia reveals the state's desire to monopolize public space associated with the past. This new direction, consequently, cannot find a constructive dialogue with the state, society and professional historians.
Maorische Geschichte und das Verständnis von Örtlichkeit
The recently launched Māori History website has the potential to see Māori views successfully accommodated in history. It also provides an example of how a bold curriculum initiative ...
Kindergarten – Wo historisches Denken geformt wird
Specialists in the teaching of the natural sciences have long recognised kindergarten as a key environment in forming young persons’ interest and abilities in science. Do kindergartens also include historical and civic education?
Auf der Suche nach dem verlorenen Selbst – Heimat als Geschichtskultur?
When you try to free the Heimat from processes of historical transformation by just insisting on its history, then Heimat becomes a connotation that seeks to preserve something that has never existed.