Showcasing alternative work in the arts, in education and the possibilities of civil society bringing these into the classroom, the first History for Peace conference discussed topics ranging from the technicalities of textbook writing and oral history methodologies to pedagogical techniques best suited to history teaching.
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Remembering and Teaching a Violent Past: Choices, Challenges and Chances
History Writing in Pakistan
Challenging the Potential Consequences of Pakistani Textbooks: Radicalization or Peacebuilding?
Ayaz Naseem & Michelle Savard
Reconstruction of Communal Identities in the Historiography of Early India
DR VISHWAMOHAN JHA
Examining Narratives on South Asian Past in Textbooks of Bangladesh
Teaching History Without Political Borders
History in the Classroom – Teaching History for Peace
Citizens Archive of Pakistan
SWALEHA ALAM SHAHZADA
Integration of Deeni and Duniavi Taleem
History doesn’t only narrate genocides, It can create them!
THE ALTERNATIVE APPROACH
Rishi Valley School
The Historian, the Philosopher and the Self: The Teaching and Learning of History at a Krishnamurti School
The School, Krishnamurty Foundation
The Partition(s) Within and Without - Srishti School of Art Design and Technology