European history crossroads as pathways to intercultural and media education (EHISTO)
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Popp, S., Schumann, J., Simmet, O., Szczecińska, J., Hadrysiak, S., Haydn, T., Lane, K., Belton, T., Yarker, P., García-Peñalvo, F. J., Zangrando, V., Seoane Pardo, A. M., Rodríguez-Conde, Mª J., García-Holgado, A., Vinterek, M., Persson, A., Morawski, J., Nygren, T., Friz, S. (2013). European history crossroads as pathways to intercultural and media education (EHISTO). In F. J. García-Peñalvo, A. García-Holgado, J. Cruz-Benito (Eds.), Proceedings of the TEEM’13 Track on Knowledge Society Related Projects, Salamanca, Spain, November 16, 2013, (pp. 31-35). Salamanca, Spain: Grupo GRIAL.
[EN] EHISTO (European history crossroads as pathways to intercultural and media education) is concerned with the mediation of history in popular (science) media and the question of social and political responsibility of journalists and other mediators of history, especially teachers, in the field of commercial presentation of history. The project responds to the increasing significance of a commercialised mediation of history within the public historical culture and reflects the fact that these representations, which do not always meet the EU standards for history education, can have a lasting impact on the young generation’s understanding of history. Using the example of popular history magazines, the project shall, besides the necessary basic research, develop didactically reflected materials for both history education in school as well as initial and in-service teacher training. On one hand enable a media-critical examination of history magazines and on the other hand, by working with the history magazines, the project addresses itself to popular interpretations of history from the participating countries and reflects their similarities and differences in European cultures of remembrance. Therefore, this approach not only trains mediacritical competences but furthermore enables a multi-perspective and comparative access to history. The project EHISTO will last two years and is funded by the EU Lifelong Learning Programme with about 300,000 euros. Partners from six European nations take part in the project.