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(Re)constructing memory [electronic resource] : education, identity, and conflict / editied by Michelle J. Bellino (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA) and James H. Williams (The George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA).

Publication:
Rotterdam : Sense, [2017]
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Book
1 online resource (xi, 339 pages) : illustrations.
Series:
(Re)constructing memory: school textbooks, identity, and the pedagogies and politics of imagining commumity
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Other Title:
Reconstructing memory : education, identity, and conflict
Subjects:
Collective memory -- Study and teaching.
Identity politics -- Study and teaching.
History -- Textbooks.
History -- Study and teaching.
Nationalism -- Study and teaching.
Curriculum planning.
Contents:
Foreword to the Series: (Re)Constructing Memory: School Textbooks, Identity, and the Pedagogies and Politics of Imagining Community
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Section 1: Nation-Building Projects in the Aftermath of Intimate Conflict
What Framing Analysis Can Teach Us about History Textbooks, Peace, and Conflict: The Case of Rwanda
Ideologies Inside Textbooks: Vietnamization and Re-Khmerization of Political Education in Cambodia during the 1980s
Construction(s) of the Nation in Egyptian Textbooks: Towards an Understanding of Societal Conflict
Section 2: Colonialism, Imperialism, and Their Enduring Conflict Legacies
Creating a Nation without a Past: Secondary-School Curricula and the Teaching of National History in Uganda
From “Civilizing Force” to “Source of Backwardness”: Spanish Colonialism in Latin American School Textbooks
The Crusades in English History Textbooks 1799–2002: Some Criteria for Textbook Improvement and Representations of Conflict
History Education, Domestic Narratives, and China’s International Behavior
Section 3: Interaction and Integration in Divided Societies
Addressing Conflict and Tolerance through the Curriculum
Learning to Think Historically through a Conflict-Based Biethnic Collaborative Learning Environment
Section 4: The Democratic Role of Schools as Mediating Institutions in Society
Living with Ghosts, Living Otherwise: Pedagogies of Haunting in Post-Genocide Cambodia
When War Enters the Classroom: An Ethnographic Study of Social Relationships Among School Community Members on the Colombian–Ecuadorian Border
From Truth to Textbook: The Peruvian Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Educational Resources, and the Challenges of Teaching about Recent Conflict
Nation, Supranational Communities, and the Globe: Unifying and Dividing Concepts of Collective Identities in History Textbooks
Index.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
Print version record.
Local notes:
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the James Hosmer Penniman Book Fund.
Contributor:
Bellino, Michelle J., 1980- editor.
Williams, James H., 1952- editor.
ProQuest ebook central
James Hosmer Penniman Book Fund.
Other format:
Print version: (Re)constructing memory.
ISBN:
9463008594
9789463008594
9463008586
9789463008587
9789463008600
9463008608
Publisher Number:
99972804578
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.