Introduction: Reconciliation and History Education
Elizabeth A. Cole, Asia Society, formerly Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
PART I. As Generations Pass: The Challenges of Long-Term Reconciliation in History Textbooks 1. The Trajectory of Reconciliation through History Education in Postunification Germany
Julian Dierkes, University of British Columbia
2. Advancing or Obstructing Reconciliation? Changes in History Education and Disputes over History Textbooks in Japan
Takashi Yoshida, Western Michigan University
3. Representations of Aboriginal People in English Canadian History Textbooks: Toward Reconciliation
Penney Clark, University of British Columbia
PART II. Reconciliation in Process 4. History Teaching and Reconciliation in Northern Ireland
Alison Kitson, Training and Development Agency for Schools, U.K.
5. The Spanish Civil War and the Franco Dictatorship: The Challenges of Representing a Conflictive Past in Secondary Schools
Rafael Valls, University of Valencia
6. Historical Memory and the Limits of Peace Education: Examining Guatemala's Memory of Silence and the Politics of Curriculum Design
Elizabeth Oglesby, University of Arizona
PART III. Reconciliation Jeopardized, Undone, or Not Yet Attained: Aspirational and Counter-Reconciliatory Cases
7. History and Myth in the Soviet Empire and the Russian Republic
Thomas Sherlock, United States Military Academy
8. On the Use and Abuse of Korea's Past: An Inquiry into History Teaching and Reconciliation
Roland Bleiker, University of Queensland & Hoang Young-Ju, Pusan University of Foreign Studies
9. The Role of History Textbooks in Shaping Collective Identities in India and Pakistan
Jon Dorschner, United States Department of State and Thomas Sherlock, United States Military Academy
Audrey R. Chapman, University of Connecticut Health Center

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