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Show, don't tell. Education and historical representations on stage and screen in Germany and the USA
Other contributors (e.g. editor)Zumhof, Tim [Hrsg.]; Johnson, Nicholas K. [Hrsg.]
SourceBad Heilbrunn : Verlag Julius Klinkhardt 2020, 207 S. - (Studien zur Deutsch-Amerikanischen Bildungsgeschichte / Studies in German-American Educational History)
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Keywords (German)Historische Bildungsforschung; Geschichte <Histor>; Geschichtsvermittlung; Historische Pädagogik; Geschichtsdarstellung; Zeitgeschichte; Bildungsgeschichte; Geschichtsbewusstsein; Historisches Denken; Geschichtsbild; Geschichtskultur; Medienpädagogik; Mediengeschichte; Studiengang; Didaktik; Theater; Film; Informelles Lernen; Beeinflussung; Unterhaltungsfilm; Unterhaltungsliteratur; Drama; Darstellung; Medien; Internationale Beziehungen; Amerikabild; Deutschlandbild; Einstellung <Psy>; Einstellungsänderung; Faschismus; Ideologiekritik; Historischer Roman; Literatur; Schauspiel; Theaterstück; Expressionismus; Theaterpädagogik; Jude; Dokumentation; Authentizität; Kollektives Gedächtnis; Holocaust; Judenverfolgung; Erinnerung; Inszenierung; Rollenspiel; Geschichtsunterricht; Life-Event-Forschung; Bürgerkrieg; Lernprozess; Lehrmethode; Historisches Lernen; Filmanalyse; Filmwirtschaft; Globalisierung; Gegenwartsliteratur; Historiografie; Western; Kino; Kritiker; Filmgeschichte; Kriegsfilm; Weltkrieg II; Nationalsozialismus; Filmproduktion; Feuchtwanger, Lion; Handke, Peter; Interview; 20. Jahrhundert; Deutschland; USA; Deutschland <bis 1945>
sub-disciplineHistory of Education
Media Education
Document typeMonograph, Collected Work or primary publication
ISBN978-3-7815-2397-5; 978-3-7815-5828-1
LanguageEnglish
Year of creation
review statusPeer-Reviewed
Abstract (English):Demonstrating, representing, or showing is at the heart of every educational action. Historical representations on screen and stage do not "teach" us history but rather influence our ideas and interpretations of it. The contributions to this volume explore the depiction of history in theater and film from the intersection of historical scholarship, aesthetics, memory studies, and education. They examine the creation of historical images, film production and reception, the scriptwriting process, educational programming, and depictions of German-American encounters. Above all else, they explore how various theatrical and filmic productions show history rather than tell it. (DIPF/Orig.)
has parts:"Are you not entertained?". Education, entertainment, and historical representations on stage and screen in Germany and the USA, an introduction
Historical culture, public history, and education in Germany and the United States of America. A comparative introduction to basic concepts and fields of research
"Geschichte ist etwas Fließendes." Lion Feuchtwanger's changing understanding of history and the role of the stage: from his earliest theatrical productions to his play Waffen für Amerika (1943/44)
Duell an der Havel: Fritz von Unruh’s depiction of eighteenth-century Prussian-American relations
The 614th Commandment: a documentary play about how American jews feel about Germany today
Living history as an educational tool and method in North America and Germany
Theatre, education, and public history. Teaching history at the Stratford Festival
Hollywood's influence on the transmission of historical images. Lars Kraumes' Der Staat gegen Fritz Bauer
Learning from John Ford. History, geography, and epic storytelling in the works of Peter Handke
The Passion of Richard Schickel: what we expect from war films
"A classroom history lesson is not going to work". HBO's Conspiracy and depicting Holocaust perpetrators on film
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Date of publication11.08.2020
Suggested CitationZumhof, Tim [Hrsg.]; Johnson, Nicholas K. [Hrsg.]: Show, don't tell. Education and historical representations on stage and screen in Germany and the USA. Bad Heilbrunn : Verlag Julius Klinkhardt 2020, 207 S. - (Studien zur Deutsch-Amerikanischen Bildungsgeschichte / Studies in German-American Educational History) - URN: urn:nbn:de:0111-pedocs-205066 - DOI: 10.35468/5828
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