For the past two years, a ship in Hamburg has been seen as a symbol of Hamburg’s cosmopolitanism and as a sign of colonial oppression.
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In the context of a multifaceted public history, the discussion of history education has lost none of its lustre or impact.
In dealing with the Sorbian minority, the GDR regime strived early on for interpretive sovereignty over collective memory and oblivion.
We invited Hermann Parzinger to discuss his book, which illumines public history from a special perspective.
We seek to understand how and why historical pageantry has waxed and waned since the 1900s and what participation meant to those involved.
Abstract: An interview with Misha Melnichenko, Director of the Center for ego-documents study “Prozhito” at the European University at St. Petersburg. The interview for Public History Weekly was conducted by… Read More ›