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Beyond History for Historical Consciousness

Author : Stéphane Lévesque
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This book offers the first ever comparative study of historical consciousness among young citizens from different regions, provinces, identities, and first languages.

Beyond History for Historical Consciousness

Author : Stéphane Lévesque
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"As issues of history, memory, and identity collide in society and in the classroom, the timing is ideal to investigate the views of twenty-first-century students. Relying on the theory of historical consciousness, this book presents the results of a comprehensive study conducted with over six hundred French Canadian students, examining their narrative views of the collective past. The authors offer new evidence on how young citizens from various regions and ethnocultural groups of Québec and Ontario think about their national history in the twenty-first century and what impact education, historical culture, and the "real-life" curriculum of meaningful experiences have on the formation of narration, identity, and historical consciousness."--

Beyond History for Historical Consciousness

Author : Stephane Levesque
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As issues of history, memory, and identity collide in society and in the classroom, the timing is ideal to investigate the views of twenty-first-century students. Relying on the theory of historical consciousness, this book presents the results of a comprehensive study conducted with over six hundred French Canadian students, examining their narrative views of the collective past. The authors offer new evidence on how young citizens from various regions and ethnocultural groups of Québec and Ontario think about their national history in the twenty-first century and what impact education, historical culture, and the "real-life" curriculum of meaningful experiences have on the formation of narration, identity, and historical consciousness.

The Search for Normality

Author : Stefan Berger
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The author follows the debates beyond the unexpected unification of the country in 1989/90 and analyses the most recent trends in German historiography, hoping that it doesn't return to the stifling homogeneity that characterized it before the 1960s.

Joinedup History

Author : Arthur Chapman
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Debates about the identity of school history and about the nature and purpose of the learning that does, can and should take place in history classrooms continue in many countries around the world. At issue, in many of these debates, beyond the concerns about history and national identity, are often unaddressed questions about the role and interrelationship of historical knowledge and historical understanding in historical learning. Research on historical thinking is ongoing and a complex tradition of enquiry has developed across national borders in the last 30 years, focusing, in particular on developing students understanding of historical metaconcepts such as ‘evidence’ and ‘causation’. There has been comparatively little focus, however, on the historical content that students study, on how they study it and on how mastery of historical content contributes to students overall picture of a historical past. This volume gathers together recent research and theorising from around the world on key issues central to historical learning and instruction. What sense do students make of the history that they are taught? Are students able to organise historical knowledge in order to form large scale representations of the past and what difficulties can children face in doing so? What are the relationships that obtain between history as an academic discipline, as practised in universities, and history as a subject taught in schools? What can research tell us about the effects of instructional strategies that aim to help students ‘join up’ what they learn in class into meaningful historical knowledge and understanding?

Beyond the Canon

Author : M. Grever
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'Beyond the Canon' deals with recent politicized processes of canonization and its implications for historical culture in a globalizing and postcolonial world. The volume discusses the framing and transmission of historical knowledge and its consequences for the construction of narratives and the teaching of history in multicultural environments.

Chronicles

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Jesus Christ Through History

Author : Dennis C. Duling
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On Naming the Present

Author : David Tracy
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Essays reveals dimensions of Tracy's thought on Catholicism, pluralism, mission, other topics.

Neue Sch pfung Oder Ewiges Jetzt

Author : Gert Hummel
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George Eliot and Nineteenth century Historical Consciousness

Author : Michael Carignan
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Recent Themes in Historical Thinking

Author : Donald A. Yerxa
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This book offers a detailed look at new trends in methods of historical inquiry. Through articles and interviews, the prominent historians featured in this collection comment on such wide-ranging topics of historical inquiry as the impact of postmodernism on the field, the relationship between professional and popular history, the importance of historical consciousness, and the limitations of the field in its current state. A special feature of this volume is a lively forum on counterfactuals - the might-have-beens of history. The volume in general and the forum in particular illustrates the value of ongoing conversation between historians in advancing historical investigation and enriching debate and discussion within and beyond the academic setting. The contributors are Jeremy Black, David Cannadine, Robert Cowley, Richard J. Evans, Edward Ingram, Richard Ned Lebow, Joseph S. Lucas, John Lukacs, C. Behan McCullagh, William H. McNeill, Allan Megill, Gavriel Rosenfeld, Peter Seixas, Beverley Southgate, Willie Thompson, and Sam Wineburg.

The Development of New Zealand Maori Figuritive Painting

Author : Roger Neich
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Enseignement de l histoire dans le monde

Author : International Society for History Didactics. Conference
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Bengal Literature and History

Author : T. W. Clark
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Critical Review of Books in Religion

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History and Memory

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Historical Consciousness and National Identity

Author : Nicholas Valentine Riasanovsky
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Natural Law Forum

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Metageschichte

Author : Jörn Stückrath
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