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Foundation of a European Discourse on History Education , Pt. The Making and Opposing of Empire The Role in The Colonial Periodical Press. I (pp.

291-328). 1st Edition. Schwalbach: Wochenschau Verlag. Edited By Adelaide Vieira Machado, Isadora de Ataide Fonseca, Sandra Ataide Lobo, Robert Newman September 23, 2022. Filser, K. (2011). The book focuses upon the Portuguese Empire The book examines the colonial newspapers published in "metropolitan" spaces as well as in colonies, and exposes conflicting narratives and the problematization of colonial empires.

Unity as well as Diversity in Our European Identity. The Making and Opposing of Empire is the work by the International Group for Studies of Colonial Periodical . Recommendations from the European Council on History Learning and Teaching. The Risks of Gifts from Antiquity to the Digital Age. In E. 1st Edition. Erdmann & W. Edited By Alexandra Urakova, Tracey A. Hasberg (Eds. ), Facing–Mapping–Bridghing Diversity.

Sowerby, Tudor Sala September 09, 2022. Foundation of a European Discourse on History Education , Pt. The first book which examines the dangers of gift-giving across the centuries and across disciplines. I (pp. 11-26).

It brings to light the subject that is usually considered an incident in the field of gift studies, it provides new insights into the contradictory and controversial background of gifts. Schwalbach: Wochenschau Verlag. The book is dangerous, violent, and self-destructive . Francois, E., & Schulze, H. (Eds.). (2001). Historic Memory in Greece 1821-1930: Making in the Past in the present. Deutsche Erinnerungsorte I [German Sites of Memory I] . 1st Edition. Munchen: C.H.

By Christina Koulouri on August 18, 2022. Beck. The book presents a social and cultural historical perspective of memory collectively in contemporary Greece in the very first century of independence from the state, and contributes to the debate about the relation between identity and memory. Gadamer, H.-G. (1987). It examines the ways in which modern Greek society honored its distant as well as its recent times, as well as its pasts . A Problem with Historical Consciousness.

A Brief History of Competitive Gaming. The Problem of Historical Consciousness. 1st Edition. P. By Lu Zhouxiang, May 12, 2022. Rabinow & W. Esports, also known as competitive gaming which refers to competitive tournaments of video games between amateur gamers as well as professional players.

M. The sport began in the late 1970s with smaller competitions such as those by Stanford University in October 1972 with a total of 20 students and researchers participated. S. (Eds. ), Interpretive Social Science: A Second Take (pp. 82-140). Through . Berkeley: University of California Press. travel, Writing and the Media A Historical and Contemporary Perspective. Granatstein, J. 1st Edition. L. (1998). Edited By Barbara Korte, Anna Karina Sennefelder March 03, 2022.

Who was killed in Canadian History? Toronto: HarperCollins. The connection between writing, travel, and media in our current world is complex the practice of travel is becoming interspersed with media representations; the ways in which media are represented of travel in the media of old and modern are integrated and are convergent. Grever, M. (1998). Digitalization has had a major impact on the way we practice and the mediation of travel, but it’s not the only one . Opvattingen en misvattingen over het geschiedenisonderwijs (Views and Errors About History Education).

East Asian-German Cinema: A Transnational Screen, 1919 to the Present. In P. den Boer & G. 1st Edition. W. Edited By Joanne Miyang Cho September 30, 2021.

Muller (Eds. ), Geschiedenis op school. It is the very first book devoted to studying German-East Asian cinema. Zes voordrachten over het geschiedenisonderwijs. "History at School. 6 Papers on History Education ] (pp. 27-48). The coverage spans 1919 until today and has witnessed a remarkable degree of global interconnection with Germany as well as East Asia. Amsterdam: Publications KNAW.

When analyzing this cinema that was hybrid this volume makes use of the concept of . Grever, M. (2009). Cultural Histories. The Fear of Plurality.

The history of mentalities is consequently, a series of contradictions. Historical Culture and Historiographical Canonization in Western Europe. in A. Although it claimed to be distinct from other practices of the past, it was unable to clearly define and unanimously its goals, methods, and notions. Epple & A. It was in the period that it was the subject of the greatest criticism , and when the expression itself was adrift to the benefit of other categories that the multiplicity of works that explored the subjects it identified were viewed.

Schaser (Eds. ), Gendering Historiography: Beyond National Canons (pp. 45-62). It is certainly because of the ambiguity of its definition as well as its many uses that this historical record, which was omnipresent and unaccessible could for a long time define a type that was historiographically based. Frankfurt/New York: Campus Verlag. This is not possible anymore at a time where the concept of ‘cultural history ‘ has taken over and sometimes even supreme.

Grever, M. (2012). This is the issue that needs to be analyzed. The dilemmas in Common as well as Plural History essay. A Definable Definition That’s Impossible. Reflexions about History Education and Heritage in the context of a Globalizing world.

The problem of defining the concept of the history of culture is rooted in the much more difficult in defining what the object "culture" itself. In M. The many meanings of the word can be graphically divided into two categories of meaning. Carretero, M. One defines the gestures and works that, in a particular society, do not heed to the economic or symbolical demands of everyday life and are subject to an intellectual or aesthetic judgement, and the other is a focus on the everyday practices the which a particular community, whatever one it is dwells and considers its relationships with the world, other people, or even to oneself. Asensio, & M. The first set of meanings is the basis for building the historical context of works, texts, and practices of culture as an ‘ethics’ that has two dimensions, as Schorske says: "The historian seeks to identify and interpret the artifact time-wise in a space where two lines meet. Rodriguez-Moneo (Eds. ), History Education and the Construction of National Identities (pp. 75-91).

One line is vertical or diachronic. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. By this, is established the relationship of a work or theory of thought to earlier expressions within the same field of culture (painting or politics, for instance). Grever, M., De Bruijn, P., & Van Boxtel, C. (2012).

The other line is horizontal or synchronic. Negotiating the historical distance. or, how to deal With The Past as a foreign country within Heritage Education. By it, examines the relationship to the contents that is the object of study to the ideas being expressed in different branches or elements of a culture simultaneously" ( Schorske, 1979 ).


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