How to Unlock the Potential of Digital Heritage for Use in Education?

EUROCLIO Network Coordinator Jaco Stoop was invited by the Swedish Museums of World Cultures to share EUROCLIO’s ideas about the use of digital tools in education. Many museums, libraries, and archives are working to digitise their collections, and making them available to educators. However, there are still many obstacles that […]

Call for Participation for Conference on Fascism and Antifascism in Our Time

The Federal Agency for Civic Education, Bonn, the Hamburg Institute for Social Research, and Rutgers University, New Jersey organise a conference on the theme of “Fascism and Antifascism in Our Time: Critical Investigations”. The conference will take place at the Hamburg Institute for Social Research in Hamburg and in Lüneburg, Germany, from […]

Lifelong Learning Platform’s Annual Conference and General Assembly

This year’s annual conference of the Lifelong Learning Platform took place in Tallinn, Estonia, on 31 May and 1 June. International speakers from the academic world, EU institutions and civil society organisations participated in the debate, which focused on education in a digital world. The key question of the conference was: […]

Call for Papers for European Network Remembrance and Solidarity’s (ENRS) conference “Image, History and Memory” (Warsaw, 6–8 December 2017)

“Genealogies of Memory” is a programme led by the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity (ENRS) which aims at facilitating the academic exchange between Central and East European scholars of individual and collective memory, and intends to promote the region’s study of memory among the broader international academic community. They are […]

Updates on the “E-Story: Media and History” Project

Various things are going on in the “E-Story: Media and History” project, in which specialists in history and media education from different organisations from Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Spain, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom have combined their efforts to see how history education can help young people acquire media literacy competences. […]

IHEA Team Tours the Netherlands with New myHistoriana e-Learning Environment

As part of EUROCLIO’s project “Innovating History Education for All“, the Historiana website has been both renewed and extended. Historiana offers free historical content, ready to use learning activities, and innovative digital tools made by and for history educators across Europe. The development of the e-Learning environment is also supported […]

“Football: A People’s History of Europe” Piloting in Action

Over the past few months, materials developed during the “Football: A People’s History of Europe” project meeting at Eintracht Frankfurt’s Commerzbank-Arena 4-6 November 2016, have been piloted to classrooms in Germany and Croatia, receiving positive feedback. “Football: A People’s History of Europe” aims to use the history of football and its […]

End of an Era: EUROCLIO Says Goodbye to Aysel Gojayeva

Aysel Gojayeva started at EUROCLIO as a trainee in late 2011. Her talents for event coordination were quickly noticed and she demonstrated them in the preparation and implementation of the Annual Conference in April 2012, in Antalya, Turkey. Her capacity to guide participants, stakeholders and donors through the thorny process […]

European History Has a House! It’s a Free and Nuanced Museum in Brussels

On 5th of May, EUROCLIO Director Jonathan Even-Zohar, together with EUROCLIO Founder and Special Advisor Joke van der Leeuw-Roord and Honorary Board Member Prof. Dr. Maria Grever (Centre for Historical Culture, Erasmus University Rotterdam), had the pleasure to join a group of about 120 stakeholders, including representatives of the European […]