Tag Archives: History For Peace

The Idea of Culture

3, 4, 5 August 2018 Tentative Programme Register today! Click here.    This conference is dedicated to the memory of PeaceWorks friend and patron Kozo Yamamura (1934 – 2017). At History for Peace we are Read More …

From India to Palestine: Speaking Truth to Power

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Teaching a history that is built on a shared past and on conflict is not easy. In the subcontinent we have been grappling with the issue of bias and misrepresentation of facts in history textbooks Read More …

History in the Making

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Addressing educators at the Open House  last year, Professor Romila Thapar spoke about the importance of questioning and ‘being suspicious’ of what one reads and teaches. She also spoke of how she references detective novels, Read More …

Open House with Romila Thapar

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A queue outside the Seagull Foundation for the Arts on a Sunday morning is a rare event. The event in question and so worth queuing up for was the Open House with eminent historian Romila Read More …

The Idea of India | Bangalore

THE IDEA OF INDIA An International Conference on Teaching History In 2015, at the annual conference that launched the History for Peace project, Dr Barbara Christophe delivered a powerful keynote address that has since served Read More …