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|Statement||edited by Seymour Gitin, J. Edward Wright, and J. P. Dessel.|
|Contributions||Dever, William G., Gitin, Seymour., Wright, J. Edward., Dessel, J. P.|
|LC Classifications||DS111 .C66 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 376 p. :|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||2006026894|
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Even as we reconsider our understanding of the past, artifacts survive that remind us how our predecessors saw the world. Historical paintings are a case in point. "Many older people still think it's better to forget the past, but the younger generation is definitely confronting it," said Ignatz Bubis, chairman of the Central Council of Jews in Germany.
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The United States is not alone in confronting this dilemma of eliminating signs of the past that are hurtful and may remind everyone of a terrible chapter in a nation’s history.
Most countries around the world routinely handle reminders of unpleasant chapters in their history. Recent reminders include Irak, Spain, Ukraine and Taiwan. Whether explicitly or implicitly, the humanities subjects have always played an important role in forming identity.
Yet, in increasingly diverse societies and classrooms, the question of identity continues to pose challenges for pupils, teachers, textbook writers, and curricula developers alike, as well as for historians of education and childhood.
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