Anregungen und Diskussionen

The Judenrat in Shoah history

The contributor offers a reconsideration, based only on historical facts, of the “Judenrat Question” pointing out how those tragic figure had been overburdened by events and circumstanc

The Ghetto Fighters' House museum

Tanja Ronen describes the possibilities of learning at the Ghetto Fighter's Museum and its multi-cultural concept.

Making the history of Anne Frank relevant

The authors argue how the life and times of Anne Frank serve as a catalyst for both reflection and civic engagement.

Holocaust Education and English Language Learner Students

Tosha Tillotson and David H. Lindquist present ways of teaching English Language Learners about the Holocaust.

Reviews of Uzbek History Textbooks: The View from Russia

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In 2002, D. Rurikov, the ambassador of the Russian Federation in Uzbekistan, sent a letter of protest to the Russian Federation Ministry of Publishing and Information against the publication in the Republic of Uzbekistan of a textbook (in the Russian language) for 9th grade general education school.

Remembering Communism – Making Sense of Post-Communism. An Analysis of Discursive Strategie in Lithuanian Textbooks

In the following paper I will present some preliminary thoughts I have developed during one year of research on post-soviet history teachers and their role as an interface between individual and collective memory of the communist past.

Lessons from Auschwitz Project

The Lessons from Auschwitz Project (LFA) for teachers and sixth-form students is is a venture by the Holocaust educational Trust in the UK.

Call for paper: 4th Global Conference: Interculturalism, Meaning and Identity

This multi-disciplinary project seeks to explore the new and prominent place that the idea of culture has for the construction of meaning and identity, as well as the implications for social politi

Journal of Educational Media, Memory and Society (JEMMS)

JEMMS explores perceptions of society as constituted and conveyed in processes of learning and educational media.

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