For a long time, the study of the sounds of past times was hardly taken into account in historical scholarship; it cultivated a niche existence.
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At first glance, the term “subject orientation” seems to be nothing more than an exaggerated paraphrase of the didactic principle of “addressee orientation”.
Monthly Editorial October 19 | Ежемесячное издание: октябрь 19 | Einführung in den Monat Oktober 19
The editorial crew of Public History Weekly is about to start to new shores. What is the status, what are the achievements and the problems, what is the horizon?
A journal that–all things considered–absolutely cannot earn money? A renowned publishing company that becomes involved as a partner in such an undertaking? A Tower of Babel that aids communication? Transdisciplinarity that was not created by a “predatory community”?
Digital History. There is a rich and diverse range of German-speaking journals in the field of history and civics education. The usual forms of assuring formalised scientific quality are well-established. Now it may seem to the observer that there is no lack of publication opportunities, but rather of texts worth reading and able to stimulate discussion.