The Anthropocene and History Education

International Journal of History Education and Culture (IJHEC) 44/2023

herausgegeben von
Susanne Popp, Markus Furrer, Terry Haydn, Mare Oja, Dennis Röder, Elize van Eeden, Joanna Wojdon, Dorota Wisniewska
unter Mitarbeit von
Philipp Bernhard, Olga Dudar, Svitlana Savchenko, Nataliia Petroshchuk, Heidi Eskelund Knudsen, Urte Kocka, Jacques Ngong Atembone, Anu Raudsepp, Andres Andresen, Enrique-Javier Díez-Gutiérrez, José Sarrión-Andaluz, Katherine Gajardo Espinoza, Katja Gorbahn, Evangelina Kalogirou, Georgia Kouseri, Niki Nikonanou, Marina Sounoglou, Oliver Mayer-Simmet, Polina Verbytska

The current issue of the International Journal of History Education and Culture (IJHEC) delves into the critical role of history education in the face of the Anthropocene, an era defined by human activity’s profound impact on the planet and its ecosystems. The issue builds upon a selection of papers presented at the ISHD conference that took place within the framework of the 23rd Congress of the International Committee of Historical Sciences (CISH/ICHS) in Poznań, Poland, on 21–27 August 2022.

Bestellnummer: YB_2023
EAN: -
ISBN: -
ISSN: 1608-8751
Reihe: International Journal of Research on History Didactics, History Education and History Culture
Erscheinungsjahr: 2024
Auflage: 1. Aufl.
Seitenzahl: 240
Produktinformationen
The current issue of the International Journal of History Education and Culture (IJHEC) delves into the critical role of history education in the face of the Anthropocene, an era defined by human activity’s profound impact on the planet and its ecosystems. The issue builds upon a selection of papers presented at the ISHD conference that took place within the framework of the 23rd Congress of the International Committee of Historical Sciences (CISH/ICHS) in Poznań, Poland, on 21–27 August 2022.
Inhaltsübersicht

CONTENTS

 

PREFACE · VORWORT · PRÉFACE 5

Susanne Popp

CONTINUITY AND CHANGE – A LOOK BACK AT THE ISHD IN 2023: INTRODUCTION TO ISHD CONFERENCE AT TALLINN UNIVERSITY ON ‘HERITAGE IN HISTORY EDUCATION’

 

THE ANTHROPOCENE AND HISTORY EDUCATION

Philipp Bernhard and Susanne Popp: From the National to the Planetary Level. History Education in the Anthropocene

 

Olga Dudar, Svitlana Savchenko and Nataliia Petroshchuk: The Relationship between a Human Being and Nature: How This Aspect Is Provided by History School Education in Ukraine

 

Heidi Eskelund Knudsen: The Anthropocene Question in Danish History Education: A Case Study of Textbooks’ Historical Narratives

 

Urte Kocka: The Anthropocene and New Challenges for Teaching History

 

Jacques Ngong Atembone: How Should History Teaching in Cameroon Respond to the Arrival of the Anthropocene Era?

 

Anu Raudsepp and Andres Andresen: Nuclear War as a Global Problem in Post-cold War Estonian History and Civics Textbooks

 

FORUM

Enrique-Javier Díez-Gutiérrez, José Sarrión-Andaluz and Katherine Gajardo Espinoza: The Oblivion of Democratic Historical Memories in Spanish Education: The Vision of Students from Castilla Y León

 

Katja Gorbahn: Narratives of Progress or Crisis? Democracy between the Nation, the European and the Global

 

Evangelia Kalogirou, Georgia Kouseri, Νiki Nikonanou and Marina Sounoglou: Oral Testimonies Enhancing Historical Thinking on the German Occupation Period: Kostarazi, Greece

 

Oliver Mayer-Simmet: Open Educational Resources in History Education: An Example of a Quality Assessment from History Didactics Point of View

 

Polina Verbytska: History Education in Ukraine in Political Transition

 

ABSTRACTS

AUTHORS’ INDEX

PEER-REVIEWERS OF THE 2022 AND 2023 IJHEC ·

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Autor*innen

Andres Andresen, PhD, associate professor of Estonian history at the Institute of History and Archaeology, University of Tartu, Estonia. Main research interests: political, institutional, legal and ecclesiastical history of the early modern and modern Baltic region, as well as history of Baltic historiography, history of ideas, and history didactics; e-mail: andres.andresen@ut.ee

Philipp Bernhard, PhD, research assistant at the Centre for Commemorative Culture, University of Regensburg, Germany. Main research interests: postcolonial theory and history education, global history and globally conceptualized national history, Big History and the Anthropocene, history, memory and remembrance cultures; e-mail: philipp.bernhard@ur.de

Enrique-Javier Díez-Gutiérrez, PhD in educational sciences, full professor at the University of León's Education Faculty, educational organization specialist. Main research interests: intercultural education, gender, and education policy; e-mail: enrique.diez@unileon.es

Olga Dudar, PhD, assistant professor at the Institute of In-Service Teacher Training, Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University. Main research interests: history of Ukraine in 19th and early 20th centuries, methodology of teaching history, biographical materials, gender studies and development of museums in Ukraine; e-mail: o.dudar@kubg.edu.ua

Evangelia Kalogirou, PhD candidate on pedagogy at the Department of Early Childhood Education, University of Thessaly, Greece. Main research interests: citizenship in education, oral history methodology; email: evkalogirou@uth.gr

Heidi Eskelund Knudsen, PhD, Associate Professor, Head of HistoryLab, Centre for Applied School Research and lecturer at the Teacher Education Department, both UCL University College Denmark. Main research interests: history didactic ethnographic classroom research; curriculum analysis and historical concept learning; contested topics in history education; history teaching material analysis; e-mail: hekn@ucl.dk

Georgia Kouseri, adjunct lecturer in history didactics, School of Primary Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Main research interests: history didactics, local and oral history and the use of the past in formal and informal education venues; email: kouseri@eled.auth.gr

Katherine Gajardo Espinoza, PhD in education transdisciplinary research, substitute professor at the University of Valladolid and inclusive education specialist. Main research interests: education for social justice; e-mail: katherine.gajardo@uva.es

Katja Gorbahn, PhD, associate professor at the School of Communication and Culture at Aarhus University, Denmark. Main research interests: textbook analysis, history didactics and second language acquisition, identity constructions in historical narratives, digital analysis methods; e-mail: katja.gorbahn@cc.au.dk

Urte Kocka, PhD, taught philosophy and history at the Gymnasium as well history didactics at the Free University in Berlin. Main research interests: global perspective for history teaching, Anthropocene in history classes, historical consciousness as time consciousness; e-mail: ukocka@zedat.fu-berlin.de

Oliver Mayer-Simmet, PhD, academic assistant in history didactics at the Faculty of Philosophy and History of the University of Augsburg, Germany. Main research interests: use and analysis of analogue and digital (educational) media, open education resources in history teaching, multi-perspective and intercultural historical learning; e-mail: oliver.simmet@philhist.uni-augsburg.de

Jacques Ngong Atembone, PhD in History Didactics, assistant lecturer, Faculty of Education of the University of Yaoundé 1, Cameroon. Main research interests: neurodidactic and strategic of learning, technoculture and history teaching, teaching history in Africa; e-mail: jacques.ngong@fse-uy1.cm

Niki Nikonanou, associate professor in museum education at the Department of Early Childhood Education, University of Thessaly, Greece. Main research interests: theory and practice of museum education, art education in museums (visual arts, theatre, music), social dimension of museums and cultural institutions, issues of participation and inclusion in cultural education, experimental projects, curating; e-mail: niknik@uth.gr

Nataliia Petroshchuk, PhD, lecturer at the Institute of In-Service Teacher Training, Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University. Main research interests: biographical materials, teaching methods and the history of education in Ukraine; e-mail: n.petroshchuk@kubg.edu.ua

Anu Raudsepp, PhD, associate professor of history didactics at the Institute of History and Archaeology of the University of Tartu, Estonia. Main research interests: national history of education, history textbooks, Estonian contemporary history; e-mail: anu.raudsepp@ut.ee

Popp Susanne, PhD, professor emeritus of the University of Augsburg, Germany, where she held a position of the chair of the History Didactics Department. Main research interests: global history and globally conceptualised national history in relation to history education and curricula, historical literacy in connection to media and information literacy, theory of history didactics; e-mail: susanne.popp@philhist.uni-augsburg.de

José Sarrión-Andaluz, PhD in Philosophy, full professor at the University of Salamanca's Philosophy Faculty. Main research interests: political philosophy, intercultural rationality, ecological question and artificial intelligence from a philosophical perspective; e-mail: josesarrion@usal.es

Svitlana Savchenko, PhD, lecturer at the Institute of In-Service Teacher Training, Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University. Main research interests: biographical materials, gender studies and development of historical science in Ukraine; e-mail: s.savchenko@kubg.edu.ua

Marina Sounoglou, assistant professor at the Department of Early Childhood Education, University of Thessaly, Greece. Main research interests: teacher education, critical pedagogy, citizenship in education, protection and rights of vulnerable groups; e-mail: masounoglou@uth.gr

Polina Verbytska, PhD, professor at the Department of History, Museology and Cultural Heritage, Lviv Polytechnic National University, head of Nova Doba: All-Ukrainian Association of History Teachers, ambassador of EuroClio. Main research interests: cultural memory, museology, history and civic education; e-mail: polinaverbytska@gmail.com

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