How did the first Public History study program influence the formation of public history perception in Russia?
Tag Archive for ‘University syllabus (Studienprogramm)’
Audio-visual Production and Public History
Very few historians actually produce (documentary) films. Producing documentary films provides students – all historians – with skills to engage and communicate with different publics.
Tooling Up: Public History in the University Curriculum
What happens if we flip the model and, rather than just creating new offerings labelled Public History’ we also look for opportunities to bring its critical eye to the ‘mainstream’ curriculum?
Helping Students Make History: Community Engaged Learning
This essay examines the importance of community engaged learning through public history to students’ acquisition of historical knowledge and methodological skills…
Crossing Barriers: an International Public History
Public history looks more international than ever. The internationalization of public history creates a common space for discussion about the changing…
Do We Need Public History Study Programs?
In Europe the number of public history programs is steadily growing. These programs emphasize practical training of their graduates for professional careers in history-related institutions. Do we really need them?
Studying history without linguistic competences and reading competence?
Students in Brandenburg will soon be able to start studying history without foreign language skills – according to the will of politicians. Presumably, this policy aims to increase the number of students …
“Mandatory attendance, farewell!”
Recently, the ASTA (German Students’ Union) of the University of Duisburg-Essen ran a front-page headline, reading “Mandatory attendance, farewell!” (“Adieu, Anwesenheitspflicht”). If one believes ASTA representatives, their victory bears comparison with the enforcement of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen during the French Revolution.