Historisch Denken Lernen / Learning to Think Historically

Beutelsbach consensus


On Understanding Controversy in Historical-Political Learning (Version 3.3)

[The fol­lo­wing is a rough Eng­lish trans­la­ti­on of my pie­ce: https://​his​to​risch​den​ken​ler​nen​.blogs​.uni​-ham​burg​.de/​z​u​m​ — ​v​e​r​s​t​a​e​n​d​n​i​s​ — ​v​o​n​ — ​k​o​n​t​r​o​v​e​r​s​i​t​a​e​t​ — ​i​m​ — ​h​i​s​t​o​r​i​s​c​h​ — ​p​o​l​i​t​i​s​c​h​e​n​ — ​l​e​r​n​en/​] === About four weeks ago, on the occa­si­on of the Rus­si­an mili­ta­ry inva­si­on of Ukrai­ne that had just begun, I for­mu­la­ted some remarks on the role and signi­fi­can­ce of the Beu­tels­bach… Wei­ter­le­sen →

Autor: Andreas Körber, Blogbeiträge, Publikationen

Neutrality in History and Political Education on the Ukraine War? Understanding the Beutelsbach Consensus

Kör­ber, Andre­as (2022): “Neu­tra­li­ty in Histo­ry and Poli­ti­cal Edu­ca­ti­on on the Ukrai­ne War? Under­stan­ding the Beu­tels­bach Con­sen­sus.” (Blog) In: https://​his​to​risch​den​ken​ler​nen​.blogs​.uni​-ham​burg​.de/​n​e​u​t​r​a​l​i​t​y​-​i​n​-​h​i​s​t​o​r​y​-​a​n​d​-​p​o​l​i​t​i​c​a​l​-​e​d​u​c​a​t​i​o​n​-​o​n​-​t​h​e​-​u​k​r​a​i​n​e​-​w​a​r​-​u​n​d​e​r​s​t​a​n​d​i​n​g​-​t​h​e​-​b​e​u​t​e​l​s​b​a​c​h​-​c​o​n​s​e​n​s​us/