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Nostalgia in Historical Consciousness and Culture / Developing Creative Interactions of Local, National and Global Topics of History Education

International Journal of Research on History Didactics, History Education, and History Culture. Yearbook of the International Society for History Didactics

Nostalgia in Historical Consciousness and Culture / Developing Creative Interactions of Local, National and Global Topics of History Education

Über das Buch

The International Journal of Research on History Didactics, History Education, And History Culture (JHEC) is the Yearbook of the International Society for History Didactics. Its 2016 issue focuses on two main themes: Nostalgia in historical consciousness and culture and Developing creative interactions of local, national, and global topics of history education. The articles in both sections focus both on the theoretical concepts and on practical issues from various countries and research perspectives. The Forum section comes back to the themes of the past issues: colonialism and decolonization was the main topic of the Yearbook of 2014, while edutainment was discussed in 2015. The presentation of the use of mainstream historical films in the history classroom closes the volume.

Inhaltsübersicht

PREFACE

NOSTALGIA IN HISTORICAL CONSCIOUSNESS AND CULTURE

Elisabeth Erdmann and Arja Virta: Introduction: The pain and lightness of nostalgia

Angela Bartie, Linda Fleming, Mark Freeman, Tom Hulme, Paul Readman and Charlotte Tupman: The redress of the past: historical pageants in twentiethcentury England

Adele Nye: Historical thinking and objects of nostalgia

Penelope Harnett: ‘The air raid shelter was great.’ Nostalgic experiences or authentic historical learning? Analysing interactive approaches to learning about World War Two with primary aged pupils

Patrizia Audenino: Public compensation and private permanent loss: The memory of twentieth century European refugees

Joanna Wojdon: Nostalgia of Polish political émigrés in America after WWII

DEVELOPING CREATIVE INTERACTIONS OF LOCAL, NATIONAL AND GLOBAL TOPICS OF HISTORY EDUCATION

Urte Kocka: Rethinking the local and the national in a global perspective

Mare Oja: Local, national and global level in history teaching in Estonia

Barnabás Vajda: On the global – national – regional – local layers of Slovak secondary school history textbooks

FORUM

Anu Raudsepp and Karin Veski: Colonialism and decolonisation in Estonian history textbooks

Wolfgang Hasberg: Fascination for dark: medieval history between edutainment and Vergangenheitsbewirtschaftung

Karel Van Nieuwenhuyse: Is seeing believing? On the educational use of mainstream historical films in the history classroom

ABSTRACTS

AUTHOR’S INDEX

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