History, Remembrance and Religious Education

History, Remembrance and Religious Education

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783034317207
Publisher: Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften
Publication date: 12/16/2014
Series: Religion, Education and Values Series , #7
Pages: 413
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.80(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Stephen G. Parker is Professor of the History of Religion and Education at the University of Worcester.
Rob Freathy is Senior Lecturer in History of Education in the Graduate School of Education at the University of Exeter.
Leslie J. Francis is Professor of Religions and Education at the University of Warwick.

Table of Contents

Contents: Reinhold Boschki: ‘Culture of Remembrance’ as a Framework for Education in Religion and Values: A Christian and German Approach – Elisabeth Naurath: German Children and their Knowledge of Judaism and the Holocaust – Thomas Schlag: Holocaust Remembrance and Human Rights Education: A Task for Religious and Interreligious Education in Switzerland – Zehavit Gross: Teaching the Holocaust within the Domain of Religious Education – Rob Freathy/Stephen G. Parker/Jonathan Doney: Raiders of the Lost Archives: Searching for the Hidden History of Religious Education in England – Jonathan Doney: The Overlooked Ecumenical Background to the Development of English Religious Education – Lynn Revell: Reading Religious Education Textbooks: Islam, Liberalism and the Limits of Orientalism – Oddrun M. H. Bråten: A Comparative Perspective on the History of Religious Education: England and Norway – Elisabet Haakedal: Maps, Stories and Notions of Holiness in Identity Formation: Norwegian Pupils’ Religious Education Workbooks Over Fifty Years – Bernd Schröder: Religious Education and Mission: Historical Links and Present Challenges – Lorna M. A. Bowman: A Legacy of Failure: Canada’s Religious Education of Aboriginal Children – Myrtle Power: The Roots of Memory and the Space of Religious Education in Catholic Schools in Canada – Ulrich Schwab: To Love and to Work: Foundations of a Theology-based Theory of Bildung – Geir Skeie: Memory and Heritage in History Education and in Religious Education: A Cross-disciplinary Investigation into Social Sciences and Humanities Education – Glynis Parker: Traditional Beliefs and Practices in the New South Africa – Bill Gent: Hifz and Huffaz Within the Islamic Tradition: Religious, Cultural and Educational Considerations – Hannele Niemi: Religious Education Promoting Identity Formation in the Light of Existential Analysis and Critical Pedagogy.

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