The aim of the project is to communicate European history in a transnational context, to try out suitable methods and to develop teaching and learning materials that help to communicate multi-perspective approaches to history in adult education, pedagogy and teacher training. In practice, individual historical events should be told from different national / social perspectives. The subjective, often contradicting, transnational experiences should be linked back to different historical contexts, but should by no means be standardized. Access to historical events is based on biographical interviews with contemporary witnesses from different parts of Europe and beyond.
Transnational approaches and multi-perspective methods in history education (document will be linked soon)
Press & Media material
Folder 1, Folder 2, Brochure 1, Poster 1, Poster 2, Publication 1, Scientific Article
Press clipping 1, Press clipping 2, Press clipping 3, Television reports, Article 1