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March 2016

23rd EUROCLIO Annual Conference: Reimagining Remembrance

March 19, 2016 - March 24, 2016

HELP US BUILD THE STORY Share your insights, views, pictures, and videos of the conference! Join the discussion at #euroclio2016AC. Follow us! Dealing with the Legacy of a Violent Past in History and Heritage Education Societies which have experienced conflict and reached a peace accord have difficulty in moving from "negative" to "positive" peace. Often remembering and commemorating the difficult past presents particular challenges in the reconciliation process for governments, civil society and history educators. Northern Ireland is no exception…

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April 2017

24th EUROCLIO Annual Conference and Professional Training and Development Course 2017: Intersections – San Sebastian, Spain

April 2, 2017 - April 7, 2017

More Photos How Can History Education Change Today? • Optional cultural visit to San Telmo museum • Welcome reception, including speeches from the Mayor of Donostia-San Sebastian, Eneko Goia, and Basque Government Minister, Miren Azkarate • Official opening ceremony • Key note from Mario Carretero (Professor of Psychology at Autonoma University of Madrid) reflecting on “Where does local history end and global history start?” • Prominent speakers (including journalist, author and historian Giles Tremlett, Spanish writer and historian José Álvarez…

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April 2018

25th EUROCLIO Annual Conference and Professional Training and Development Course: Mediterranean Dialogues

April 21, 2018 - April 26, 2018

Mediterranean Dialogues: Teaching History beyond our Horizons The Mediterranean Sea has often been depicted as the cradle of world civilisations. The sea is known in English and the Romance languages as the sea “between the lands”, but historically the Mediterranean Sea has gone by many names. The Romans have called it Mare Nostrum (Our Sea); in Arabic and Turkish the sea is often referred to as the White Sea (al-Bahr al-Abyad and Akdeniz, respectively); in Hebrew, it is called Yam…

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April 2019

26th EUROCLIO Annual Conference and Professional Development and Training Course

April 4 - April 7

It is safe to assume that history educators like learning history and want to know more. As a result, they develop a deep historical knowledge, which helps them to make meaningful connections, see new information in its historical context and ask questions to guide research and reading. Students of history do not necessarily have these advantages, and also did not always choose to learn history. This leads to one of the key challenges for history educators: How to interest all…

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Meeting of the Sharing European Histories project with Evens Foundation

April 5 - April 6
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