International Journal of Research on History Didactics, History Education and History Culture

Yearbook of the International Society for History Didactics (JHEC)

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Yearbook 43| 2022

Why History Education?

  • Preface
Why History Education?
  • Roy Weintraub, Nimrod Tal and Eyal Naveh
    History Education in Israel: Between the Silicon Valley and the Third Temple
  • Denise Bentrovato and Joshua Chakawa
    Patriotism and the Politicisation of National History and Heritage in Zimbabwe’s School Curriculum Reform (2015–2022)
  • Georg Marschnig
    ‘Sometimes, It Is Enough to Look Back to See the Future Clearly.’ Dealing with Memory Cultures to Learn About the Past ... and the Future
  • Piotr Podemski
    Unity in Diversity? The Perceived Sense(s) of History Education in Poland as Revealed in Regional History Competitions
  • Polina Verbytska
    The Role of Memory Discourses and History Education in Fostering Youth Civic Identity in Ukraine: Different Approaches and Practices
  • Knysna Motumi, Elize van Eeden and Pieter Warnich
    Voices from a South African Community on Why a History ‘All Around Us’ Education Matters
  • Dennis Röder and Susanne Popp
    Why History Education? Exploring YouTube Explanatory Videos – The German Example of ‘Mrwissen2go Geschichte’
  • Giorgos Kokkinos, Eugenia Alexaki, Panayotis Gatsotis and Petros Trantas
    The Sick Body: Revisiting History Education Through the History of Disease and Art History
  • Karin Veski and Anu Raudsepp
    On the Reflection of Sub-Saharan Africa’s Colonial Period in Estonian Textbooks of the 19th–21st Centuries
  • Alois Ecker: The Planungsmatrix
    A Digital Tool for Designing History Lessons and History Courses
  • Abstracts
  • Authors’ Index
  • Peer-Reviewers of the 2019 and 2020 JHEC
  • Call for Papers
  • Orders
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