International Symposium "Historical Perception and History Education - Controversy on history textbooks and the example of Germany-Poland approach" will be hosted by Kansai University, The Institute of Human Rights Studies.
Kansai University, The Institute of Human Rights Studies and Goethe-Institut Osaka will jointly host an international symposium "Historical Perception and History Education-Controversy on history textbooks and the example of Germany-Poland approach".
All interested public are welcome to participate.
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- Date & Time:
- December 1 (Sat.) 13:00-18:00
- Multimedia AV Large Hall, SHOBUNKAN 1F, Senriyama Campus, Kansai University
- a) "From bilateral "textbook diplomacy" to multilateral textbook research"
- Dr. Falk Pingel, Deputy Director, The Georg Eckert Institute
- b) "Germany-Poland textbook committee from 1972 to 2007"
- Prof. Dr. Wlodzimierz Borodziej, Professor, Institute of History, the University of Warsaw
- c) "Recent issues on history textbooks in Japan - from the perspective in coexistence with Asian countries"
- Prof. Nobuyoshi Takashima, Professor, Faculty of Education, University of the Ryukyus
- No application is required
- Japanese, German (with Japanese interpretation)
For inquiries, please contact:
Kansai University, The Institute of Human Rights Studies
November 26, 2007 05:23 PM UP