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(Post-)colonial Myths in German History Textbooks, 1989–2015

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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Space of Hope for Lebanon’s Missing

Promoting Transitional Justice through a Digital Memorial

Erik Van Ommering and Reem el Soussi

.umam-dr.org/projectInfo.php?fromTab=upcomingProjects&projectId=155 (accessed 1 March 2016). Van Ommering , Erik . 2015 . “ Formal History Education in Lebanon: Crossroads of Past Conflicts and Prospects for Peace .” International Journal of Educational Development 41 ( C ): 200 – 207 . 10.1016/j

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Memories of Migration

Commemoration, Contestation, and Migrant Integration in the United Kingdom and Germany

Barbara Laubenthal and Kevin Myers

have seen calls for a return to a perceived “golden age” of history education in which the gradual development of freedom and democracy is the principal theme of national history. Liberty features as a precious outcome won through hard struggles