Reflecting World War One Remembrance: lessons learnt

By Jonathan Even-Zohar, originally published on the House of European History website  On 27th November 2018 the House of European History organised a debate around the significance, relevance and impact of the centenary of the First World War. The museum invited speakers representing different fields of public history and remembrance who were actively engaged with the centenary. This event […]

“We” is Defined by Where We’re Heading, not Where We Have Been

The original article was written by EUROCLIO Ambassador Jonathan Even-Zohar on his website. Talking Future of Madurodam – The small city of the smile In 1952 a park was built in The Netherlands which aimed to reinforce a Dutch collective identity and a sense of positivity toward the future. Named after […]

Liberating the Big Data of the Past

  The original article was written by EUROCLIO Ambassador Jonathan Even-Zohar on his website It’s 2025 and you are looking at buying a house. Before you do, you access your timemachine, which puts you in a historical geographic information system. Maybe it’s an Assassins Creed-type immersive experience, or maybe it’s more […]

Russian Revolution Source Collection: Call for Contributors

  EUROCLIO, with the support and collaboration of the Historiana Historical Content Team, is working on a collection of sources containing multiple perspectives on the Russian Revolution. This piloting project is aimed to set the events in revolutionary Russia into a wider international context and explore the different ways in […]

New Foundations for History Education in the 21st Century

In 2016-2018, the Council of Europe’s History Teaching Unit had been working to find out across Europe what makes for Quality History Education in the 21st century. This was done by having regional seminars where each country in that region would be able to delegate one official representative of that […]

Two Decades of Mapping History Under Threat

The Network for Concerned Historians celebrated its twenty-third anniversary on October 13, 2018. With more than two decades of monitoring cases of prosecuted and censored historians around the world, this network has put a neglected issue on the agenda, raising awareness about the multiple threats that history producers are receiving […]

First Impressions on a Successful and Intense Annual Conference

  From the 21st to the 26th of April 2018, Marseille was the setting for a rather unique experience: the 25th EUROCLIO Annual Conference “Mediterranean Dialogues: Teaching History Beyond our Horizons”. Approximately 200 people, including history and citizenship teachers, educators, members of civil society organizations and policy makers from more […]

Decisions and Dilemmas: “Changing Europe” Materials Translated and Used in Local Member Events

EUROCLIO is excited to announce that educational materials from the Historiana unit “Changing Europe”, developed in  the previous edition of Decisions and Dilemmas, will be translated into several languages and used in workshops. The workshops will take place in the countries of the following EUROCLIO member associations: Bulgarian History Teachers’ Association, […]