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Melissa DeLury

history education in India, focusing on textbooks during three periods: colonial India, post-independence India (NCERT Set 1), and the BJP period (NCERT Set 2). The fourth and final section reviews these textbooks by applying the social identity theories

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The Bible, Hayden White, and the Settlements

Teaching Religious Zionist History in the Postmodern Era

Roy Weintraub

-religious Jewish component of Israeli identity have provided especially fertile ground for postsecularism. 11 With the erosion of the canonical, secular Zionist narrative, religious aspects have begun to permeate various domains of history education, including

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Raymond Nkwenti Fru and Johan Wassermann

] are published within the political and economic constraints of markets, resources and power.” 33 This darker side of the role of history textbooks evokes the question of the underlying purpose of history education. If this purpose is to build a

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Remembering the Second World War in Post-Soviet Educational Media

Barbara Christophe

actors who have taken part in standardizing and unifying history education since 2013, moves to a diachronic and synchronic comparison of textbooks for Russian and world history published by two different publishing houses, and concludes with some

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‘We Are the Citizens of a Nation Called Lebanon’

An Ethnographic Case on Sectarianism in Lebanon and the Limits It Imposes on Its Youth

Riwa Haidar

sectarianism in Germany to be quite an informative piece, defining sects and sectarianism as a social structure, which is the case in Lebanon, as well this article will show. Moreover, Yoder's (2015) tackles the case of history education in Lebanon, claiming

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Florian Helfer

German-Namibian declaration. 5 In the context of these developments, certain public myths about German colonialism became points of reference once again. In history education, fostering a sophisticated understanding of colonialism also means enabling

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Ad Fontes Digitales!?

Margins of Representation When Incorporating Medieval Sources into a German Digital History Textbook

Andreas Willershausen

transparent digital history textbook.” 36 Designed with a view toward the FUER competence model and developed by history education experts from the University of Eichstätt and at the Institute for Digital Learning, the book has since been published by

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German Colonial Rule in Present-day Namibia

The Struggle for Discursive Shifts in History Education

Patrick Mielke

contents of teaching and learning), 8 this enquiry approaches pedagogy and history education from a cultural-anthropological perspective and via cultural-anthropological methods. It thereby enriches the research literature on postcolonial and racism

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Tamara P. Trošt and Jovana Mihajlović Trbovc

’ and the Politics of History Education in Southeast Europe (Göttingen: V&R Unipress, 2009); Christina Koulouri, ed., Clio in the Balkans: The Politics of History Education (Thessaloniki: Center for Democracy and Reconciliation in Southeast Europe

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Shaping Memory through Visuality

War Photography in Polish Secondary School History Textbooks after 1989

Anna Topolska

-transformation years brought even more challenges to history education. Aside from a push to rewrite history from the new political perspective, textbook authors were influenced by the general ferment in the methodology and theory of history introduced by the reception