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Project: Remembrance and Public History – History Cultures in Israel and Germany

The Rothberg Amphitheater on the Mount Scopus Campus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

The Rothberg Amphitheater on the Mount Scopus Campus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Image Credit: Nina Diezemann

Submitted by: Prof. Dr. Martin Lücke, Department of History and Cultural Studies, Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut (FMI).

The course „Remembrance and Public History“ is conceived as an academic exchange program in which teacher training students of History and Ethics from Israel and Germany work together. 16 students from each country engage the current research in the field of Holocaust Education, antiracist educational work and german-jewish/german-israeli history and analyse it on the basis of Teaching and learning materials from both countries.

Prof. Dr. Martin Lücke is Professor of Didactics of History at Freie Universität Berlin. His research foci, next to “Historical Education about the Holocaust”, include Gender History and Diversity und Intersectionality Studies. Before coming to Freie Universität, he taught history and german as a teacher.