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The article discusses recent trends in history education in CEE and argues that in recent years the process of reform has come to a standstill and that there even seems to be a trend back to more monolithic national narratives in several countries. The article reviews the European Standing
Conference of History Teachers Associations (EUROCLIO), which was established to contribute to the construction of the idea of Europe, and its impact on history education. The article concludes by suggesting various reasons for this change of climate.
Director of EUROCLIO, the European Standing Association of History Teachers’ Associations
Publication date: January 1, 2009
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Political Crossroads is a bi-annual, international, refereed journal which, since 1990, publishes critical and empirical scholarship in political science and international relations. Its areas of focus include global security, terrorism, national identity, migration and citizenship, and the politics of resources and trade.