Monthly Archives: April 2019

Children’s Rooms as Private Time Machines: an ethnographic approach to a hidden part of historical learning

Free open seminar, 20th May, 5.30-7.30, UCL Institute of Education Professor Dr. Christoph Kühberger, Department of History, University of Salzburg Children’s rooms can be understood as time machines. They contain many toys in which interpretations of the past are inscribed: … Continue reading

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Finding Wonder in History Education

Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington, Australian National University UCL Institute of Education, 3rd May, 5.30-7.30pm This seminar turns on one idea: that history is strange. In unpacking this idea, Marnie Hughes-Warrington will outline the journey to and beyond a new history of … Continue reading

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