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History education and the construction of national identities / edited by Mario Carretero, Mikel Asensio, Maria Rodriguez-Moneo.

Contributor(s): Carretero, Mario | Asensio Brouard, Mikel Mirena | Rodriguez Moneo, Maria.
Material type: TextTextSeries: International review of history education: Publisher: Charlotte : IAP, 2012Description: xvi, 359 str. 24 cm.ISBN: 9781617359354; 9781617359361; 9781617359378.Subject(s): povijest | nacionalizam | historiografija | nastava povijesti | metodika
Contents:
History education and the construction of a national identity / Mario Carretero, Maria Rodriguez-Moneo, and Mikel Asensio -- De-nationalize history and what have we done? : ontology, essentialism, and the search for a cosmopolitan alternative / Jonathan M. Hansen -- De-nationalizing history teaching and nationalizing it differently! : some reflections on how to defuse the negative potential of national(ist) history teaching / Stefan Berger -- Re-thinking history textbooks in a globalised world / Stuart Foster -- What history to teach? whose history? / Alberto Rosa -- Dilemmas of common and plural history : reflections on history education and heritage in a globalizing world / Maria Grever -- School history as a resource for constructing identities : implications of research from the United States, Northern Ireland, and New Zealand / Keith C. Barton -- Traditional frame for global history : the narrative of modernity in French secondary school / Nicole Tutiaux-Guillon -- Indigenous historical consciousness : an oxymoron or a dialogue? / Peter Seixas -- Identity construction and the goals of history education / Cesar Lopez and Mario Carretero -- Students historical narratives and concepts about the nation / Mario Carretero ... [et al.] -- Ways of knowing and the history classroom : supporting disciplinary discussion and reasoning about texts / Avishag Reisman and Sam Wineburg -- The intersection of historical understanding and ethical reflection during early adolescence : a place where time is squared / Michelle J. Bellino and Robert L. Selman -- The discursive negotiation of narratives and identities in learning history / Angela Berm�dez -- Student identities in the present and their historical understanding of the past : complications and implications for future research / Alan Stoskopf.
Historical narratives in the colonial, national and ethnic museums of Argentina, Paraguay and Spain / Marisa Gonzalez de Oleaga -- From identity museums to mentality museums : theoretical basis for history museums / Mikel Asensio -- What is the purpose of a history museum in the early 21st century? / Veronica Boix Mansilla -- Are family recollections an obstacle to history education? : how German students make sense of the East German dictatorship / Sabine Moller -- History as a dynamic process : reanalysing a case of Anglo-Japanese reconciliation / Kyoko Murakami -- The future shapes the present : scenarios, metaphors and civic action / Helen Haste and Amy Hogan -- Monuments in our minds : historical symbols as cultural tools / Jaan Valsiner -- The complex construction of identity representations and the future of history education / Floor van Alphen and Mikel Asensio.
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History education and the construction of a national identity / Mario Carretero, Maria Rodriguez-Moneo, and Mikel Asensio -- De-nationalize history and what have we done? : ontology, essentialism, and the search for a cosmopolitan alternative / Jonathan M. Hansen -- De-nationalizing history teaching and nationalizing it differently! : some reflections on how to defuse the negative potential of national(ist) history teaching / Stefan Berger -- Re-thinking history textbooks in a globalised world / Stuart Foster -- What history to teach? whose history? / Alberto Rosa -- Dilemmas of common and plural history : reflections on history education and heritage in a globalizing world / Maria Grever -- School history as a resource for constructing identities : implications of research from the United States, Northern Ireland, and New Zealand / Keith C. Barton -- Traditional frame for global history : the narrative of modernity in French secondary school / Nicole Tutiaux-Guillon -- Indigenous historical consciousness : an oxymoron or a dialogue? / Peter Seixas -- Identity construction and the goals of history education / Cesar Lopez and Mario Carretero -- Students historical narratives and concepts about the nation / Mario Carretero ... [et al.] -- Ways of knowing and the history classroom : supporting disciplinary discussion and reasoning about texts / Avishag Reisman and Sam Wineburg -- The intersection of historical understanding and ethical reflection during early adolescence : a place where time is squared / Michelle J. Bellino and Robert L. Selman -- The discursive negotiation of narratives and identities in learning history / Angela Berm�dez -- Student identities in the present and their historical understanding of the past : complications and implications for future research / Alan Stoskopf.

Historical narratives in the colonial, national and ethnic museums of Argentina, Paraguay and Spain / Marisa Gonzalez de Oleaga -- From identity museums to mentality museums : theoretical basis for history museums / Mikel Asensio -- What is the purpose of a history museum in the early 21st century? / Veronica Boix Mansilla -- Are family recollections an obstacle to history education? : how German students make sense of the East German dictatorship / Sabine Moller -- History as a dynamic process : reanalysing a case of Anglo-Japanese reconciliation / Kyoko Murakami -- The future shapes the present : scenarios, metaphors and civic action / Helen Haste and Amy Hogan -- Monuments in our minds : historical symbols as cultural tools / Jaan Valsiner -- The complex construction of identity representations and the future of history education / Floor van Alphen and Mikel Asensio.

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