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Geschichtsunterricht in der Grundschule
How does one provide an easily accessible description of history for the primary school (primary school history) that non-specialist teachers can understand and adopt? This diagrammatic solution was developed after...
“Geschichtssorten” und Public History
History is made. Public history must therefore deal with the product-oriented practices of historiography. A cornerstone of a research-oriented public history could be the introduction of "history types" as an analytical concept.
“Of Monsters and Men“ – Shoah in digitalen Spielen
D-Day 1944, charging out of the landing-craft right into the chaotic hell of Omaha Beach. After only a few metres the screen goes dark, I have been shot – and not for the last time. Digital Games.
Das digitale Archiv als innerschulischer Lernort
Digitisation projects in the humanities have democratised access to sources in recent years. Museums, libraries and archives place their holdings of texts, films and images on the scanner...
Digitale Vergangenheit: “Geschichtsbegehren” neu betrachtet
A few weeks ago, an interesting debate about digital games involving historical subjects took place during the “History Talk in the Super 7000.” According to historian Angela Schwarz, the average German gamer is 40 years old and almost half of all ...
Po co jeszcze jeden pomnik w Berlinie? | Wozu ein Polen-Denkmal in Berlin?
Should yet another monument in Berlin commemorate the Polish victims of the Second World War; in this case Polish citizens who suffered and died during the last war at the hands of German occupants?
Public History an Schulen? Wozu und in welcher Form?
Teenagers encounter history outside schools in varied forms and related to a multitude of topics. But teaching with representations of the past that are not academic ideas, is largely absent from guidelines for history teaching.
War Photo Limited. Un autre regard sur la guerre | War Photo Limited. Der andere Blick auf den Krieg
In 1991 began the siege of Dubrovnik by the Yugoslav army, controlled by the Serbs. The siege was widely covered by the media. Since 2004 a photo gallery in this city devotes itself exclusively to war photography.