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|“UCL IOE Press is delighted to announce the launch of the HISTORY EDUCATION RESEARCH JOURNAL (HERJ) Focusing on the global significance and impact of history education, this international journal covers all aspects of history education theory, scholarship, and pure and applied research. Articles illuminate contemporary issues, concerns, policies and practice, drawing upon the eclectic methodologies of history education research. Editors: Jon Nichol, Hilary Cooper and Arthur Chapman|
The History Education Research Journal is abi-annual, open-access, peer-reviewed journal based at the UCL Institute of Education and hosted in partnership with the Historical Association. It is a relaunch of the International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research (IJHLTR) and this first issue is number 15.2 to mark it as a continuation from IJHLTR. Back issues of IJHLTR will remain available through the Historical Association until they are transferred to the new journal’s home page. For information about how to contribute to the History Education Research Journal, visit UCL IOE Press.
JOURNAL CONTENTS: vol. 15, no. 2
- Jon NICHOL, Arthur CHAPMAN & Hilary COOPER ─ Editorial: What is the History Education Research Journal (HERJ)?
- Claus HAAS ─ The history canon project as politics of identity: Renationalizing history education in Denmark
- Melanie INNES & Heather SHARP ─ World War I commemoration and student historical consciousness: A study of high-school students’ views
- Myria A. CONSTANTINIDOU ─ History and citizenship: Does the reformed Greek Cypriot primary history curriculum include myths and legends that represent the ‘other’?
- Joshua L. KENNA, William B. RUSSELL III & Bonnie BITTMAN ─ How secondary social studies teachers define literacy and implement literacy teaching strategies: A qualitative research study
- Colm MAC GEARAILT ─ Writing the Irish past: An investigation into post-primary Irish history textbook emphases and historiography, 1921–69
- Charles Adabo OPPONG ─ A case study of trainee teachers’ mental models of history teaching before and after an initial history teaching professional development course
- Andrea BECHER & Eva GLÄSER ─ HisDeKo: A study about the historical thinking of primary school children
- Andreas KÖRBER ─ Transcultural history education and competence: Emergence of a concept in German history education
- Cynthia WALLACE-CASEY ─ Constructing patriotism: How Canada’s History Hall has evolved over 50 years
- Mark BAILDON, Suhaimi AFANDI, Sandra BOTT & Chelva RAJAH ─ Guiding students in Singapore to investigate historical controversy using a disciplinary approach
- Anthony HOURDAKIS, Pella CALOGIANNAKIS & Tien-Hui CHIANG ─ Teaching history in a global age
- Helena PINTO & Alex IBAÑEZ-ETXEBERRIA ─ Constructing historical thinking and inclusive identities: Analysis of heritage education activities
- Alexander CUTAJAR ─ Students’ expressive engagement with historical film’s moving images in a Maltese secondary history classroom
- Christian MATHIS & Kristine GOLLIN ─ How Swiss primary students interpret a national monument
See the UCL IOE Press catalogue for books and open-access journals on education and related areas of social science and professional practice