The ISHD Conference 2018 in Gatineau/Ottawa (Canada) was a great success. For three days, some 70 international experts in history didactics exchanged views on their research on ‘Agency, Citizenship and Historical Thinking: Empirical Research’. Our thanks go to the organizers, especially to David Lefrancois and Vincent Boutonnet. See the Gallery.
The submission deadline for the 2018 issue of the JHEC has been prolonged to February 20, 2018.
The issue will deal with the topic “History Didactics and Public History. Commonalities, Differences, and Perspectives”. Find here the current Call for Papers.
The Call for Papers for the next international conference of the ISHD focusing on the topic ‘Agency, Citizenship and Historical Thinking: Empirical Research’ is now available here.
Looking for information on our 2017 conference in South Africa? Find the conference programme and a brochure with further information on http://ishd.co/index.php/conf/next-conference/.
If you are interested in a colloquium on the topic “Les disciplines enseignées : des modes de penser le monde”, you can find more information on https://didactifen2018.sciencesconf.org/.
Are you interested in participating in a conference on “Teaching about and Learning from the Holocaust” (22. and 23. January 2018) at Lausanne / Switzerland? You can find more information on http://bit.ly/2mcMN6S.
Submission of abstracts is no longer possible.
The 2017 ISHD conference will take place in South Africa. Together with our host, the South African Society for History Teaching (SASHT), we welcome papers on a variety of themes. Find more details here.
If you are interested in participating in a conference in Finland on “Meaning, Thinking and Learning in History”, you can find more information on https://teho2017en.wordpress.com/.