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History III for Teacher Students for Upper Secondary School (GHI29Y)

H38X8 (Autumn 2021, 100%, Day, Distance, Falun, Round 1, ORD)

Literature

Course modules

1. Modernity and Culture 1800-2000
  • Bergman, J., Byström, M. & Glover, N. (eds.). (2011). ”Sign O´ The Times” Introduktion till populärmusik som historia. Lund: Studentlitteratur.
    Book / Anthology
  • Bjurström, E. (2005). Ungdomskultur, stil och smak. Umeå: Boréa bokförlag.
    Book / Anthology
  • Schildt, A. & Siegfried, D. (eds.). (2006). Between Marx and Coca-Cola. Youth Cultures in changing European Societies 1960-1980. New York: Berghahn.
    Book / Anthology
  • Sernhede, O. (2006). Ungdom och kulturens omvandlingar. Göteborg: Daidalos.
    Book / Anthology
  • Storey, J. (2003). Inventing popular culture: from folklore to globalization. Oxford: Blackwell.
    Book / Anthology
  • Tillkommer förslag på valbar litteratur motsvarande 500–700 s. i samråd med läraren.
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2. Educational History
  • Larsson, E & Westberg, J (red.) Utbildningshistoria. En introduktion. 3 uppl. Lund. Studentlitteratur. Tillkommer förslag på valbar litteratur motsvarande 1100 s. i samråd med läraren.
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3. The Holocaust: Heroes, Executioners and Bystanders
  • Edgren, H. (ed.). (2013). Looking at the onlookers and bystanders. Interdisciplinary approaches to the causes and consequenses of passivity. The Living History Forum.
    Book / Anthology
  • Gut Opdyke, I. (1999). In my hands. Memories of a holocaust rescuer. (Eller senare utgåva). New York: Anchor Books.
    Book / Anthology
  • Haffner, S. (2002). En tysk mans historia: minnen 1914-1933. (Eller senare utgåva). Stockholm: Norstedts.
    Book / Anthology
  • Lower, W. (2014). Hitlers furier. Tyska kvinnor i förintelsens tjänst. Stockholm: Fischer & Co.
    Book / Anthology
  • Neitzel, S. & Welzer, H. (2013). Soldater. Om kamp, dödande och död. Stockholm: Brombergs.
    Book / Anthology
  • Renwick Monroe, K. (2008). “Cracking the code of genocide: the moral psychology of rescuers, bystanders and nazis during the holocaust”. Political psychology, 29, pp. p. 1. Available at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-9221.2008.00661.x/pdf.
    Journal
  • Welzer, H. (2007). Gärningsmän. Hur helt vanliga människor blir massmördare. Göteborg: Daidalos.
    Book / Anthology
4. The Learning and Teaching of History III: Teaching History
  • Åström Elmersjö, H. (2015). “Historical Culture and Peace Education: Some Issues for History Teaching as a Means of Conflict Resolution”. In Reynolds, R. & et al. (ed.) Contesting and Constructing International Perspectives in Global Education. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, pp. 161-172.
    Chapter in book
  • Berg, M. (2021). Combining time and space: An organizing concept for narratives in history teaching. Acta Didactica Norden, 15(1), pp. 1-23. DOI: 10.5617/adno.7860
    Journal
  • Deldén, M. (2016). "Det räcker inte att bara visa en film: Historisk spelfilm i undervisningen". In Larsson, A. (ed.) Medier i historieundervisningen: Historiedidaktisk forskning i praktiken. Umeå: Institutionen för idé- och samhällsstudier, pp. 179-195. Available at: http://du.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:1182699/FULLTEXT01.pdf.
    Chapter in book
  • Donnelly, D. (2014). “Using Feature Films in Teaching Historical Understanding: Research and Practice”. Agora 49, (no. 1), pp. 4-12.
    Journal
  • Johansson, C. (2014). Högstadieungdomar skriver historia på bloggen: Undervisning, literacy och historiemedvetande i ett nytt medielandskap. Umeå: Umeå universitet.
    Book / Anthology
  • Karlsson, K. & Zander, U. (eds.). (2014). Historien är närvarande : historiedidaktik som teori och tillämpning. 1st ed. Lund: Studentlitteratur. ISBN: 9789144096384
    Book / Anthology
  • Nygren, T. (2019). Fakta, fejk, fiktion : källkritik, ämnesdidaktik, digital kompetens. Första utgåvan. Stockholm: Natur & Kultur. ISBN: 9789127823587
    Book / Anthology
  • Parkes, R. J. (2009). “Teaching History as Historiography: Engaging Narrative Diversity in the Curriculum”. International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research 8, (2), pp. 118-132.
    Journal
  • Porat, D. A. (2004). “It’s Not Written Here, but This Is What Happened: Students’ Cultural Com-prehension of Textbook Narratives on the Israeli-Arab Conflict.”. American Educational Research Journal 41, (no. 4 (December 1, 2004): 963-96), pp. 963-996.
    Journal
  • Rantala, J. (2011). “Assessing Historical Empathy through Simulation - How Do Finnish Teacher Students Achieve Contextual Historical Empathy?”. Nordidactica - Journal of Hu-manities and Social Science Education, (no. 1), pp. 58-76.
    Journal
  • Reisman, A. (2012). “The ‘Document-Based Lesson’: Bringing Disciplinary Inquiry into High School History Classrooms with Adolescent Struggling Readers”. Journal of Curriculum Studies 44, (no. 2), pp. 233-264.
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  • Seixas, P. (1993). “Popular Film and Young People’s Understanding of the History of Native American-White Relations.”. The History Teacher 26, (no. 3 (May 1, 1993)), pp. 351-370. DOI: 10.2307/494666
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  • Thorp, R. (2015). “Representation and Interpretation: Textbooks, Teachers, and Historical Culture”. IARTEM E-Journal 7, (no. 2 (September 2015)), pp. 73-99.
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  • Lgr11 och Gy11 (ämnesplaner i historia, elektroniskt tillgängliga via www:skolverket.se).
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  • Tillkommer förslag på valbar litteratur motsvarande 200 s. i samråd med läraren..
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Reference literature

Course modules

1. Modernity and Culture 1800-2000
2. Educational History
3. The Holocaust: Heroes, Executioners and Bystanders
4. The Learning and Teaching of History III: Teaching History
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