Time is at the heart of what we do as historians, and how we teach our students. Daily, we’re confronted with a wide array of past presents and expired futures. Conceptually, our teaching is also committed to a belief
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Elizabeth Evenden-Kenyon At the close of 2016, the European Commission celebrated 20 years of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions. 2017 sees the MSCA support their 100,000th researcher, and the Actions continue to attract high numbers of applicants from across STEM
RHS Public History Workshop, Thursday 29 October In association with the new RHS Public History Prize there will be a free Public History Workshop to be held on Thursday 29th October from 10am-5pm in the Wolfson suite at the Institute of Historical Research, Senate House, London.
Extended deadline: Call for Papers generated by social media responses to an http://www.artsandhumanities.org blog – ‘The Humanities, The Public Intellectual and Human Flourishing’: Call for Contributions – case studies, exemplary essays – on Humanities’ disciplines ‘going public’
As professional historians, we are able to do history like professional rock climbers—without ropes, which to students might look something like this: You have to really like it to go for it. But you have to get ready for it,
Meeting the challenges: This issue http://ahh.sagepub.com/content/current This issue starts with two examples of discipline-boundary-crossing materialculture projects: ‘Ethnography by design: On goals and mediating artefacts’(Fabian Segelstrom and Stefan Holmlid, pp. 134–149) and ‘Toward a pedagogy for faculty and student co-responsibility in
From ‘Back to the future? Public history and the new academic citizen’ By Alix Green. Published 05 March 2015 http://bit.ly/1cQb9xV in Public History Weekly BLOGJOURNAL FOR HISTORY AND CIVICS EDUCATION: ‘We want to build bridges between research and application, politics and science, and the school and the
Reports and responses very welcome: to the AHHE journal/blog – here and to AHHEresearch@gmail.com The Re:Enlightenment Exchange 5: Knowledge as a Public Good Oslo, May 18-19 2015 In our explorations of the Enlightenment heritage in the 21st century we have so
Enriching History Teaching and Learning : Challenges, Possibilities, Practice: Proceedings of the Linköping Conference on History Teaching and Learning in Higher Education ed. by David Ludvigsson and Alan Booth Full text at http://liu.divaportal.org/smash/get/diva2:786270/FULLTEXT01.pdf Historians are increasingly intent upon building firmer knowledge and understanding about the
The website ‘Historians on Teaching’ is now live – www.historiansonteaching.tv. It features historians in Europe, Australia and North America talking about their teaching and their lives as university teachers. The 200 or so short clips together provide insights that will