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Historiography and History Education

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Thematic focus

  • Political History
  • Transnational History
  • Cultural History
  • Local History
  • Economic History
  • Gender History
  • Social History
  • Secondary Schools
  • Museums, Memorials and Exhibitions
  • Primary Schools
  • Teacher Training
  • Media and Public Discourse
  • History Didactics / Teaching Practices
  • Inclusive History Education
  • Teaching Sensitive Histories
  • Transnational and International Cooperations
  • Digital Media in History Education
  • History Education for Persons with Special Needs
  • Innovative Approaches
  • Multi-Perspectivity in History Teaching
  • Resources and Learning Materials for History Education
  • History of Migration
  • History of National Minorities
  • Institutional and Legal Frameworks of History Education
  • Remembrance / Collective Memory
  • History of National Minorities
  • Histories of Discrimination and Persecution
  • Histories of Violence
  • Histories of Wars and Warfare
  • History of History Education
  • Holocaust
  • Research on History Education
  • Theoretical and Epistemological Questions
  • Without regional focus
  • Cross-regional


English, Greek




Komotini, Democritus University of Thrace


3 - 5 November 2023




The Democritus University of Thrace (Department of Language, Literature and Civilization of the Black Sea Countries with the support of the Laboratory of Teaching Greek Language and the Laboratory of Technology, Research and Applications in Education) organizes a conferences that focuses on Historiography and History Didactics issues and their interplay. Sessions: National narrative and history teaching /History and Literature /Historical research and multiple perspectives /Historiography: issues on theory and methodology/ Teaching history in the digital age /History and memory: the sensitive and disputed past in historiography and the public sphere /History, ideology and educational policy /Presentation of innovative history projects by teachers


Maria Dimasi and Angelos Palikidis (Professors)