International Journal of History Education and Culture

Yearbook of the International Society for History Didactics (IJHEC)

History Didactics and Public History

  • Prefaces
History Education and Migration
  • Terry Haydn
    Telling the truth about migration: A view from England
  • Alexander Khodnev
    Migrants in Russia through the educational viewpoint: Integrational, cultural and didactic problems
  • Angelos Palikidis and Pinelopi Tsatsouli
    Migration museums and history education in Greece
  • Markus Furrer
    Migration: A difficult topic in history lessons?
  • Joanna Wojdon and Malgorzata Skotnicka-Palka
    The Polish diaspora in history textbooks in Poland
  • Heather Sharp, Silvia Edling, Niklas Ammert and Jan Lofstrom
    A review of doctoral theses since 2000: Historical consciousness in the Australian context
  • Maserole Christina Kgari-Masondo
    In pursuit of a decolonised history teacher: Agency and boldness in fostering change
  • Anitha Oforiwah Adu-Boahen
    An evaluation of pre-service teachers’ ability to source historical documents
  • Lukas Greven
    Research-based historical learning – a dynamic concept? Designing a retrospective longitudinal study of the Federal President’s History Competition
  • József Kaposi
    Issues concerning education for democracy in contemporary Hungary
Book Reviews
  • Snježana Koren
    On Christopher W. Berg & Theodore M. Christou (eds) The Palgrave Handbook of History and Social Studies Education
  • Piotr Puchalski
    On Christophe, B., Gautschi, P., Thorp, R. (eds) The Cold War in the Classroom: International Perspectives on Textbooks and Memory Practices
  • Barnabas Vajda and Karl Benziger
    On Markus Furrer and Peter Gautschi (eds) Remembering and Recounting the Cold War: Commonly Shared History?
  • Luigi Cajani
    On David M. Dean (ed), A Companion to Public History
  • Abstracts
  • Authors’ Index
  • Peer-Reviewers of the 2019 and 2020 JHEC
  • Call for Papers
  • Orders
History Didactics and Public History
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