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Kulturelle und relgiöse Vielfalt und ihre Auswirkungen auf den Geschichtsunterricht

Yearbook 2013 of the International Society for History Didactics (ISHD), Board: S. Popp, A. Virta, O. Cardoso, M. Furrer, H. Haue, T. Haydn, Joanna Wojdon, editing manager of this issue: Ass. Prof. Dr. Joanna Wojdon, Uniwersytetu Wroclaw (Poland)

Jahrbuch 2013

Über das Buch

The 2012 conference of the International Society for History Didactics in Kazan was organized in cooperation with Centre of History and Theory of National Education, Institute of History under the Tatarstan Academy of Sciences thanks to the efforts of Marat Gibatdinov. Most articles in this volume are based on the papers presented there. They analyze different aspects of cultural and religious diversity and its impact on history education – one of the core topics in contemporary history didactics, but also in the public debate. Other articles (published in the ‘Varia’ section), originate from the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union ‘EHISTO – European history crossroads as pathways to intercultural and media education’.
‘Yearbook – Jahrbuch – Annales’ presents current research, and the results of projects related to history didactics. As Susanne Popp, the previous editor of the journal, was elected president of the ISHD in 2011, Joanna Wojdon (from the University of Wrocław, Poland) took the position of the managing editor. Terry Haydn (University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK) became a language editor. It makes the journal even more international than before. All the articles accepted for publication underwent rigorous double-blind peer-review process. This is the result of our continuous desire to strengthen the academic position of ‘Yearbook – Jahrbuch – Annales’, facilitate its recognition as a scholarly journal in the countries of our members (and eventually also Europe- and worldwide) and to open it for readers and contributors from outside of our Society. Different communication channels have been used to promote the call for contributions, including the H-Net platform and the new website of the International Society for History Didactics: www.ishd.co




Arja Virta
Perspectives on ‘other cultures’ in Finnish history curricula, 1970–2004

Denisa Labischová
Intercultural dimension of history teaching in today’s Czech secondary education curricula

Anu Raudsepp & Karin Hiiemaa
The image of the other: The example of the Russians and Germans on the basis of an analysis of Estonian history textbooks

Mare Oja
The image of the other in the history of Estonia on the basis of contemporary textbook analysis

Elisabeth Erdmann
Crusades and peaceful co-existence in the Near East? And what do current history textbooks tell?

Katja Gorbahn
Supporting eurocentrism or exploring diversity? Problems and potentials of the presentation of ancient Greece in history textbooks

Helen Ting
History teaching and education for patriotic citizenship in Malaysia

Urte Kocka
Is globalizing history topics in the classroom a way of dealing with increasing global diversity?

Edda Sant, Antoni Santisteban & Joan Pagès
How can we contribute to intercultural education through the teaching of history?

Wolfgang Hasberg
The religious dimension of social diversity and history education


Jutta Schumann
The Illustration of the Topic ‘Islam’ in German popular history magazines

Terry Haydn
History magazines in the UK

Robert Thorp
The concept of historical consciousness in Swedish history didactical research

Joanna Wojdon
When history education outruns historical research


Aleksey Bushuev
Contemporary history for the modern generation: the specificity of schoolchildren’s historical consciousness formation in post-soviet Russia





Zu den Autoren

Aleksey Bushuev, PhD in historical sciences, senior research worker at the modernand contemporary history department at the Institute of History in the Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, Russia; Main research interests: history of contemporary Russia, socio-political activity and social processes among youth in Russia, mathematical methods in History; e-mail: a_bushujev@mail.ru.

Elisabeth Erdmann, Dr. phil. habil., Prof. em. of history didactics at Erlangen-Nürnberg University, Honorary President of the International Society for History Didactics; Main research interests: visual literacy, textbook research, history didactics in international contexts, ancient history, archaeology; e-mail: eherdman@ewf.uni-erlangen.de

Katja Gorbahn, Dr. phil., assistant professor at the Department of Aesthetics and Communication at Aarhus University/Denmark; Main research interests: social identity constructions in history teaching, textbook analysis, memory studies, bilingual history teaching; e-mail: germkg@hum.au.dk

Wolfgang Hasberg, Dr., professor of medieval History and the didactics of history at the Philosophical Faculty of the University of Cologne, Germany; Main research interest: medieval history, historiography, theory and didactics of history; e-mail: w.hasberg@uni-koeln.de

Terry Haydn, PhD., Professor of Education at the University of East Anglia, England; curriculum tutor for history education and lead author of Learning to teach history in the secondary school, a standard text for history student teachers in the UK; Main research interests: the history curriculum, the use of new technology in history teaching and in teacher education, and levels of behaviour in schools; email: T.Haydn@uea.ac.uk

Karin Hiiemaa, Dr., lecturer at the Institute of History and Archaeology of the University of Tartu, Estonia; Main research interest: imagology, African studies; email: karin.hiiemaa@ut.ee

Urte Kocka, Dr. phil., Taught history and philosophy at the Gymnasium until 2003 as well as didactic of history at the Free University of Berlin, 1997 until 2008; Main research interests: global history and bi-national history textbooks; e-mail: ukocka@zedat.fu-berlin.de

Denisa Labischová, PhD., assistant professor of History Didactics at the Pedagogical Faculty of the University of Ostrava, Czech Republic; Main research interests: European dimension in history teaching, visual media in history teaching, historical stereotypes, research of history textbooks, empirical research of historical consciousness. e-mail: denisa.labischova@osu.cz

Mare Oja, PhD. candidate, lector of didactics in the Institute of History in Tallinn University, scientific adviser of the history and civic laboratory of the Innovation Centre in Tallinn University; Main research interests: curriculum development, assessment, history of education; e-mail: mare.oja@tlu.ee

Joan Pagès Blanch, professor of Social Science Didactics in the the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, coordinator of the Research Group GREDICS (Grup de Recerca en Didàctica de les Ciències Socials), author of numerous articles, chapters of books and boocs which explore issues related to teaching and learning history and social science; e-mail: joan.pages@uab.cat

Anu Raudsepp, Dr., lecturer of history didactics at the Institute of History and Archaeology of the University of Tartu, Estonia; Main research interests: national history of education, history didactics; e-mail: anu.raudsepp@ut.ee

Edda Sant Obiols, social studies teacher and research fellow (FPU, Spain Education Ministery fellows) in the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, member of GREDICS, investigated and published specially in the areas of teaching and learning participation and women in social studies education; e-mail: Edda.Sant@uab.cat

Antoni Santisteban Fernández, professor of social science didactics in the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain); PI in the research project “The development of social and citizenship competence: current social issues and historical and social thinking” (EDU2009‐10 984) funded by Innovation and Science Spanish Ministry; e-mai: antoni.santisteban@uab.cat

Jutta Schumann, Dr. phil, research assistant at the University of Augsburg; Main research interests: textbook analysis, gender issues in history learning, historical culture, museum education; e-mail: jutta.schumann@phil.uni-augsburg.de

Robert Thorp, Ph. D. candidate at the University of Umeå and Dalarna University College in Sweden; worked for ten years as an upper secondary school teacher of history, philosophy and English; his research project focuses on how to use historical consciousness as a concept for analysing historical media; e-mail: robert.thorp@historia.umu.se

Helen Ting, PhD in political science, research fellow at the Institute of Malaysian and International Studies; Main research interests: social relations, identity and agency (in reference to nationalism, ethnicity, religion, gender), multiculturalism, history education, national identity, national integration, politics; e-mail:

Arja Virta, Dr.phil., professor of Didactics of History and Social Sciences at the Department of Teacher Education, Faculty of Education in the University of Turku, Finland. Main research interests: learning processes in history and social sciences, teacher education, multicultural education, and assessment; e-mail: avirta@utu.fi

Joanna Wojdon, PhD. habil., associate professor at the University of Wrocław, Poland. Main research interests: new technologies and games in teaching/learning history, education and politics, history of education and propaganda in the Soviet bloc, textbook analysis with special interest in the reading primers, history of the Polish Americans; e-mail: joanna.wojdon@uni.wroc.pl

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