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7 Apr 2020

WEBINAR In Europe Schools: A Unique Exchange Project for European Schools

Do you want to join a transnational team of schools from across Europe developing interactive education kits about our recent history?  In Europe Schools is a one of a kind European exchange project in which students film their recent history, and research and compare themes like democracy, human rights, privacy, difficult histories, climate change and migration. Schools from all over Europe will take part in this project and work on the same themes. All their short documentaries will be gathered in a playlist by VPRO, a Dutch public broadcaster. Interested in having your school joining us on this exciting project? To learn more, attend our online presentation webinar on either 20 or 29 April at 5pm CEST:   Register for…
WEBINAR In Europe Schools: A Unique Exchange Project for European Schools
The normalization of violence in history textbooks, an interview with Dr. Angela Bermudez
2 Apr 2020

The normalization of violence in history textbooks, an interview with Dr. Angela Bermudez

EuroClio had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Angela Bermudez on the subject of her recent study on the normalization of violence in history textbooks. Dr. Bermudez is a researcher at the Center for Applied Ethics at the University of Deusto (Bilbao, Spain) where she investigates how history education in different countries fosters or hinders a critical understanding of political violence. She is the author of several papers on civic and moral education, history education, and memory. Her recent working paper titled “The Normalization of Political Violence in History Textbooks: Ten Narrative Keys” is part of a series sponsored by the Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability, Columbia University’s Institute for the Study of Human Rights, and Dialogues on Historical…
30 Mar 2020

Input Needed: EuroClio Network Needs Interest Survey

Here at EuroClio, we understand that all of us are trying our best to maintain as much normalcy in and out of work during these strange and uncertain times. In an effort to better support you, we have created this survey to inform the agendas of upcoming courses and webinars, as well as our outreach and content creation. If you could please take a few minutes to share with us your needs, preferences, and expectations, that would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance!
Input Needed: EuroClio Network Needs Interest Survey