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Holocaust education in a global context
발행연도 2014
저자 Karel Fracapane, Matthias Haß
면수 192
언어 English
ISBN 978-92-3-100042-3
(출처: UNESCO)


International interest in Holocaust education has reached new heights in recent years. This historic event has long been central to cultures of remembrance in those countries where the genocide of the Jewish people occurred. But other parts of the world have now begun to recognize the history of the Holocaust as an effective means to teach about mass violence and to promote human rights and civic duty, testifying to the emergence of this pivotal historical event as a universal frame of reference. In this new, globalized context, how is the Holocaust represented and taught? How do teachers handle this excessively complex and emotionally loaded subject in fast-changing multicultural European societies still haunted by the crimes perpetrated by the Nazis and their collaborators? Why and how is it taught in other areas of the world that have only little if any connection with the history of the Jewish people? Holocaust Education in a Global Context will explore these questions.




Foreword by Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO 5
Editorial by Samuel Pisar, UNESCO Honorary Ambassador, Special Envoy for Holocaust and Genocide Education 7


Introduction 9


Teaching about the Holocaust in contemporary Europe 17
Teaching about perpetrators of the Holocaust in Germany 20 / Wolf Kaiser
Conflicting memories: Polish and Jewish perceptions of the Shoah 28 / Konstanty Gebert
Entangled memories: Holocaust education in contemporary France 40 / Sophie Ernst


The pedagogy of Holocaust education 57
Research in Holocaust education: Emerging themes and directions 59 / Doyle Stevick and Zehavit Gross
The Holocaust in textbooks: from a European to a global event 77 / Falk Pingel
Historic Sites as a framework for education 87 / Matthias Heyl
Shedding light on the invisible: towards a gender-sensitive education at memorial sites 93 / Angelika Meyer
Comparing genocide in the classroom: Challenges and opportunities 101 / Paul Salmons and Matthias Haß
Holocaust research in a comparative perspective 111 / Peter Longerich


Global perspectives on Holocaust education: Case studies 119
National memories in the prism of Holocaust history 121
Projections of Holocaust remembrance on the recent past of Argentina 121 / Daniel Rafecas
Educating about the history of genocides in Rwanda 129 / François Masabo
Engaging with Holocaust education in post-apartheid South Africa 134 / Richard Freedman
A new frame to reinterpret China’s past: Holocaust studies in China 143 / Xu Xin


Promoting human rights and democratic values 153
Holocaust, democratic values and Jewish-Arab dialogue: The work of the Center for Humanistic Education at the Ghetto Fighters' House Museum 153 / Anat Livne and David Netzer
Facing History and Ourselves 159 / Leora Schaefer and Marty Sleeper
Holocaust education and the promotion of democratic ideals – The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum 164 / Jennifer Ciardelli


Final reflections: The moral and political issues ahead 171
The civic and political challenges of Holocaust education 172 / Georges Bensoussan
Holocaust education and the prevention of genocide 177 / Yehuda Bauer


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antisemitism; genocide; jews; history education; comparative education


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