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Zur Diagnose und Behebung von narrativen Untugenden
All history is narrative to one degree or another, as Danto has shown, and those who disdain narrative usually end-up telling stories, nonetheless, in their historical writing. We all live narrative projects...
Populäre Geschichtsmagazine für Kinder
The popular history magazine market has been booming internationally since the beginning of the 21st century. In addition to adults with an interest in history, this market has been increasingly...
Als GeschichtslehrerIn in der Türkei | Türkiye’de tarih öğretmeni olmak
Since the establishment of the Turkish Republic in 1923, history teachers (tarih öğretmeni) have been encouraged to foster a Turkish national identity through their teaching. They also face a number of problems, which make their...
Die Kali-Kontroverse: Public History an ungewöhnlichen Orten
Many of the debates we have over public history deal with 'serious' topics. Public history has a much wider ambit than this, and sometimes appears in unusual places. One such unusual venue is the martial arts.
Brauchen wir Studiengänge für Public History? | Czy potrzebujemy public history jako odrębnego programu studiów?
In Europe the number of public history programs is steadily growing. These programs emphasize practical training of their graduates for professional careers in history-related institutions. Do we really need them?
Neue Mitte rechts außen?
In Europe, right-wing populists are on the rise. They talk about the nation and include only people who meet their ideas. They design theories in which they appear as victims and are convinced that national culture is in danger.
Ein Faschismus-Museum an Mussolinis Geburts- und Begräbnisort? | Faire de l’histoire publique du fascisme là où Mussolini est né et enterré?
In Italy, narrating the history of fascism outside universities and engaging publically with opposing memories still remains to be done. Perhaps this is why the plan of opening a museum of fascism is arousing strong public debate.
Public History und die Wiederöffnung des Wissenschaftsraumes
Scientists have workspaces for research and teaching, e.g. laboratories or media platforms. Against the background of public history’s focus on participation and cooperation: where does public history position itself in this 'question of space'?