No. 1 January-June 2009

Elsewhere - Journal of History and Interculture - online

Publisher: Paolo Cresci Foundation for the History of Italian Emigration, Carrara Courtyard, no. 1, Ducal Palace, Lucca

Editor-in-Chief: Pietro Luigi Biagioni

Authorization of the Court of Lucca No. 900 - Periodicals Register dated 08.08.09

This issue contains the following contributions:

  • Peter Louis Biagioni
  • Roland Wolf and Umberto Baldocchi
    History and cross-cultural learning.
    New paths and proposals for teaching history in the 21st century through migration and human mobility
  • Umberto Baldocchi
    History, interculture and Europe:
    New perspectives on teaching history.
    The meaning of the Comenius project "EuroCoMi"
  • Barbara Jakubowska Wagner
    New challenges for history teaching in Europe and Poland
  • Katarzyna Blachowska
    How is migration talked about in Polish secondary school, and how could it be talked about?
  • Mario Caricchio 
    Migration history: about exemplary practices in intercultural education
  • Elvira Valleri
    Key words and suggestions in the migration debate
  • Birger Hass
    Migration history in an oral history project
  • Katia Krey
    Intercultural projects in a European network (Get-in)
  • Jannis de Valk
    Some guidelines for cross-cultural history teaching units.
    The Dutch experience
  • Jannis de Valk, Daphne van Manen
    Examples of teaching units on the topic of migration and interculturalism in the Netherlands