PHW interviewed Marcel Perren, the director of tourism in Lucerne, a well-known tourist destination in Switzerland.
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Underlying inequalities will remain despite the erasure of historically racist monuments, and perhaps even by virtue of such erasure.
Many of the concepts and tools of Public History seem like they could be easily applied to other subjects. For instance, one could talk about “Judaism-related identity discourses”.
#metoo: Interestingly, apart from a few exceptions, we’re not hearing anything related to Western religion, dominant culture, values. The audience is seemingly perplexed because the Weinsteins and Fritzchen Schmitzens are not “they”.
Thuringian Forest, 1890: Everyday sexism as texture of modern society. This is how a history film presents it. And that has a lot to do with us and the #metoo debate.
Both supporters and opponents invoke the past to interpret the Brexit. Much is said about the well-being and woes of the country, but it’s unclear whether…
For more than a year now, there is a national football museum in Germany, a “Ballfahrtsort”. This new institution of German Public History combines many things that could be considered to be symptomatic for our current times…