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Empowering Critical Memory Consciousness in Education

The Example of 22 July 2011 in Norway

Alexandre Dessingué and Ketil Knutsen

writing about. 21 History can also explicitly become part of the present and shape who we are. Such a phenomenological approach to history has been thematized in particular in Scandinavia via the concept of the “uses of history,” which are understood as

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German Colonial Rule in Present-day Namibia

The Struggle for Discursive Shifts in History Education

Patrick Mielke

way, the authors make it clear that in discussing imperialism, their aim is not to thematize European colonialism but rather to embed the topic in the context of European history. The term “seminal catastrophe” is also used to refer to the central

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Places of Progress? Technology Museums, Memory, and Education

Christian Kehrt and Daniel Brandau

respond to this challenge, museums can reflect upon their own history, thematize collective memories concerning objects and collections and explain how practices of displaying tanks, rockets, cars, or railways relate to national, regional, local, and

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History Teaching and Cultural Hegemony

Representations of the Spanish Civil War in Francoist History Textbooks of the 1960s

Johanna Fricke

thematize peace and reconciliation. Rather, these texts show significant differences. In the chapters about the postwar period in S. M. 4° Primaria 1962 and S. M. Bachillerato 1964 , the terms “peace” and “reconciliation” do not appear at all. Instead, S

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Ad Fontes Digitales!?

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

Andreas Willershausen

researchers in their diachronic studies of textbook presentations of the Middle Ages, especially regarding the thematization of religion, whose role as a “motivation for action and a benchmark for past human activity” or as a “dimension of historical thought

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Ambiguous Narratives of World War Technologies in Contemporary Military History Museums

Stephan Jaeger

. They also told specific stories of military and technological success. These narratives tended to thematize aspects of mobilization, the strategies and events of specific campaigns and battles, military leadership, and the heroism of soldiers. At times