Abstract: This paper examines how hegemonic ideologies and discourses shape public representations of ancient history, including in popular culture. Ideally speaking, classroom practices need to foster critical engagement with various… Read More ›
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Given the increased popularity of VR to provide access to the past, the discourse about its potentials and challenges needs to be intensified
Whatever past grievances were ingrained in social and political structures, history teaching did not challenge the myths enough.
PHW interviewed Marcel Perren, the director of tourism in Lucerne, a well-known tourist destination in Switzerland.
This article analyses the shifting meanings of tourism at WWI sites by studying the example of the province of Trento in the Italian Alps.
How do you authentically assess public history online? We designed a virtual assessment to simulate work-based learning.
This article explores how we deal with controversial topics, traumatic pasts, and uncomfortable truths about world history.
The narratives of older adults in the Covid-19 pandemic draws attention to the need for amplification of voices in urban space.