Is the debate about the nation novel to the movement of the Mapuche people?
Tag Archive for ‘History Politics (Geschichtspolitik)’
Telling LGBTQ+ Public History in a Regressive Age
This article recounts the experience of two curators whose exhibit on Kansas City’s LGBTQ history was removed by the governor.
History in Court: Punishment of Asia Minor Catastrophe
Which new aspects and insights can a court’s decision bring to a historic event that happened almost nine decades ago?
Making Memory of Repressions Digital
Popular memory shared in social networks aids to popularize history and remembrance of the Soviet terror and its victims
صراع الذكريات: إحياء ذكرى الحرب الأهلية في لبنان
Lebanon’s commemorations serve multiple purposes. History and memory in Lebanon are deeply contested and highly politicized.
اختطاف تعليم التاريخ وإنقاذه في لبنان
Abstract: The peace agreement of the 1975-1989 civil war in Lebanon formulated in Ta’if, Saudi Arabia stipulated the unification of history textbooks (section III.F.5) as part of education reform… Read More ›
Remembrance Policy on World War 2 in Japan
The official Japanese remembrance policy on the Second World War can be described with four central characteristics outlined in this article.
Collecting and Dividing Identities in the Age of Brexit
Contemporary populist narratives tend to foreground “othering” to a remarkable degree. Is there a future for “collectivity” in an age of division?