This essay looks at the phenomenon of conspiracy theories from the perspective of historical science and the theory of science.
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The article focusses on history culture and discusses the Louvre Abu Dhabi perspectives on ‘Middle Ages’ in museums in the Arab Golf region
Abstract: This is part 2 of the essay about the exceptional demands on university teaching in the digital-distant semester at the German-speaking universities forced by the corona crisis. The two… Read More ›
This essay draws cautious conclusions about the digital and distant arrangements enforced upon teaching and learning by the corona pandemic.
Lara Kelland raises one of the most controversial questions of democratization of Public History: Is Digital Public History history at all?
When working on the core concepts of history didactics in an intercultural perspective, a comprehensive typology is needed.
This article reflects on the conceptualization of history embedded in museum exhibitions and discusses competing ideas of history conveyed…
Historians as experts are challenged today. In 2015, Jo Guldi and David Armitage deplored this state of affairs in a Manifesto widely commented on worldwide and translated into Italian.