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EUROCLIO - European Association of History Educators

Riouwstraat 139, The Hague, Netherlands
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Making History Educators think Together. Join our Group for more interaction, discussions and sharing. http://www.facebook.com/groups/euroclio/

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EUROCLIO News: Register now for 25th EUROCLIO Annual Conference & How can History Education Help with Dealing with a Difficult Past? #EUROCLIO #MedDialogues #Historiana

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“There is much to be gained by listening” Follow in Ineke Veldhuis-Meesters footsteps to Calcutta, India, and read how she learns about India’s colonial past, nationalism, and the influence of Bollywood. You can find the first part of this blogpost on Calcutta here:http://euroclio.eu/voice/understanding-history-education-part/ This study visit by Ineke Veldhuis-Meester was made for the project #DealingwiththePast, supported by the Robert Bosch Stiftung. For more information on this project, please visit the project page at: http://euroclio.eu/projects/dealing-with-the-past-in-history-education/

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Last week, members of the Historical Content Team paid a visit to the Secretariat in the Hague to meet the new trainees and discuss the continued development of the Cold War module on Historiana: http://euroclio.eu/2017/09/development-cold-war-historiana-module-continues-hague/

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The Network of European Museum Organisations are holding their 25th Annual Conference in Ghent, Belgium from the 9th-12th of November this year. Register before the 6th of November to join the exploration of "The Value of Museum Collections"! http://euroclio.eu/event/nemos-25th-annual-conference/

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How does South Korea deal with the difficult parts of its past? And more importantly, how can good history education contribute to this? In the blogposts on his study visit to Seoul, Marios Epaminondas attempts to uncover the link between Korea’s historiographical struggle and the current political disputes. Follow Marios on his study visit, and read about the influence of the Japanese occupation and the issue of comfort women, tensions with China on ancient history, and the struggles of educating North Korean defectors’ children. http://euroclio.eu/voice/issues-challenges-history-education-republic-korea-part/ http://euroclio.eu/voice/issues-challenges-history-education-republic-korea-part-ii/ This study visit to Seoul has been a part of the project #DealingwiththePast supported by the Robert Bosch Stiftung. For the reports on the previous study visit to South Africa, please visit: http://euroclio.eu/voice/can-history-education-help-dealing-difficult-past-part/ For more information on the project, please visit the project page: http://euroclio.eu/projects/dealing-with-the-past-in-history-education/

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The Georg Eckert institute is now taking applications for the Georg Arnhold Visiting Research Professorship! For more information on the position please visit: http://euroclio.eu/2017/09/education-sustainable-peace-call-applications-201819-georg-arnhold-visiting-research-professorship/

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Register now for 25th EUROCLIO Annual Conference "Mediterranean Dialogues: Teaching History beyond our Horizons" Join us from 21-26 April for active workshops, panel discussions, key-note speeches, on-site learning, cultural programme, and more! #MediterraneanDialogues #DialoguesMéditerranéens

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Introducing our new trainees! After the introductory phase, Larissa, Rik, Rivka and Rosie are all set to join the EUROCLIO team in the coming six months. You can read their report on the introduction phase here: http://euroclio.eu/2017/09/trainee-introduction-days-report/ More information and individual biographies can be found here: http://euroclio.eu/who-we-are/staff/

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Apply now for a unique project contribution!

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EUROCLIO News: Call for Contributors to Historiana, 25 Years of EUROCLIO, and more!

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The EUROCLIO Secretariat will be closed for a short summer break, as of Monday 31 July. Starting from 14 August, we'll be back to work on responsible and innovative history education! Photo: Family having a picnic at the Porte d'Arcueil, zone of Fortifications. Paris (XIVth arrondissement), June 1899. Photograph by Jean-Eugène-Auguste Atget. Paris, musée Carnavalet. (Public domain)

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