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History Education and (Post-)Colonialism : International Case Studies

Author: Susanne Popp; Katja Gorbahn; Susanne Grindel
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Peter Lang Copyright AG : Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, 2019.
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This book adds to the ongoing debate about the challenges for history education arising from the centrality of colonialism in shaping the modern world. International studies examine the place of colonialism in the history education of states with different historical experiences based on whether they were colonialists, colonized or none of them.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
History
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Susanne Popp; Katja Gorbahn; Susanne Grindel
ISBN: 9783631779088 3631779089
OCLC Number: 1089833293
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Cover; Copyright information; Contents; Introduction; References; Part 1: Essays; Colonialism: Before and After; Definitions; Why is colonialism a crime?; Foreign rule and war; Positive and negative consequences of colonialism; Rationales for European superiority; The heyday of colonialism; Decolonization since 1945; From power relations to human rights; Conclusion; References; An African Discourse on Colonialism and Memory Work in Germany; Introduction; The critics of colonialism from the African perspective since the beginning of the Pan-African idea Colonialism in the remembrance debates of the GermansClosing remarks; References; Part 2: Narratives; The Pitfalls of Teaching a Common Colonial Past; The search for common origins: Colonialist historiography and the Roman model; The International Colonial Institute and the concept of colonial autonomy; The empire of the other --
confrontation and cooperation in the interwar period; A new past for colonization: internationalisms after 1945; Conclusion; References; Reviewing South Africa's colonial historiography and its visibility in Higher Education and Training; Introductory remarks Africa's colonial historiography from Westernized and continental perspectivesSouth Africa and colonial times: conquering years and status by 1994; A colonial historiography of South Africa; Teaching colonial and postcolonial legacies in South Africa; The Higher Education and Training (HET) environment; Globalism and teaching colonial histories of Africa and South Africa: Some thoughts; Conclusion; References; Is Synchronicity Possible?; The Boxer Movement and relevant academic discourse; The Boxer Movement in traditional historical narratives; The anti-colonialism narrative; Other narratives An attempt to reinterpret the Boxer Movement in a global contextLevel 1: 13-15 points; Level 2: 8-12 points; Level 3: 3-7 points; Level 4: 1-2 points; Further suggestions on teaching colonialism in a globalizing world; References; Part 3: Debates; Cosmopolitanism, National Identity and History Education: Jordan, Israel, and Palestine; Introduction; Cosmopolitanism vs. global citizenship; Mass education: modernity and the invention of a nation; History school textbooks in Jordan, Palestine, and Israel; 1 Jordan: nation and origins; 2 Palestine: identity under siege 3 Israel: from diaspora to homelandThe formation of national identity vs. postcolonial theory; Conclusion; References; Teaching Nation-State Building Movements from a Postcolonial Perspective; The postcolonial perspective; The importance of teaching about modern nation-building movements; Recognizing Multiple Paths to Nation-State Building; Cultural mixing, selective adoption, and appropriation as conceptual frames of analysis; Exploring changes in mutual perceptions across cultures
Responsibility: Susanne Popp, Katja Gorbahn, Susanne Grindel (eds.)

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