The International Journal Volume 11, Number 2


By HA & University of Cumbria, published 4th June 2013

Volume 11.2



History teaching, pedagogy, curriculum and politics: dialogues and debates in regional, national, transnational, international and supranational settings Robert Guyver, University of St Mark & St John, Plymouth



Scarcely an Immaculate Conception: new professionalism encounters old politics in the formation of the Australian National History Curriculum

Tony Taylor, Monash University, Gippsland Campus, Victoria, Australia



Learning and the formation of historical consciousness - a dialogue with Brazilian curricular proposals

Maria Auxiliadora Schmidt, University of Curitiba, Brazil



Teaching the history of Catalonia: past, present and "futures‖

Antoni Santisteban Fernández Universitat Autònomade Barcelona (UAB), Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain 



A game of Identities: debates over history in Greek Cypriot education

Lukas N. Perikleous, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus



Landmarks with questions - England‘s school history wars 1967-2010 and 2010-2013

Robert Guyver, University of St Mark & St John, Plymouth, UK 


Hong Kong

Searching for an identity: debates over Moral and National Education as an independent subject in contemporary Hong Kong

Zardas Shuk-man Lee, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. Phoebe Y. H. Tang, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. Carol C. L. Tsang, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong



The challenges of history education in Iceland

Súsanna Margrét Gestsdóttir, University of Iceland, Reykjavík



Israeli history curriculum and the conservative - liberal pendulum

Tsafrir Goldberg, Haifa University, Israel & David Gerwin, Queens College, The City University of New York (CUNY)



History in Malta‘s New National Curriculum Framework

Yosanne Vella, University of Malta, Msida, Malta


New Zealand

Learning to think historically through course work: A New Zealand case study

Mark Sheehan, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand


Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland

A question of identity? Purpose, policy and practice in the teaching of history in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland

Alan McCully, University of Ulster Coleraine, Northern Ireland. Fionnuala Waldron, St Patrick‘s College Drumcondra, Dublin, Republic of Ireland



A giant with clay feet‘: Québec students and their historical consciousness of the nation

Stéphane Lévesque, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada Jocelyn Létourneau, Laval University, Québec city, Canada & Raphaël Gani, Laval University, Québec city, Canada  


The influence of the disintegration of Yugoslavia on Slovene curricula for history

Danijela Trškan, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia


The Republic of Korea (South Korea)

History teaching in the Republic of Korea: curriculum and practice

Sun Joo Kang, Gyeongin National University of Education, The Republic of Korea



Current history teaching in Turkey: curricula, debates and issues

Gülçin Dilek & Dursun Dilek Faculty of Education, Sinop University, Sinop, Turkey