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History Lessons of the 20th Century: “Our Neighbours” and “Us” (Turkey and the South Caucasus) 29 décembre 2011

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The Heinrich Böll Foundation (Germany) Tbilisi, 2011, 174 p.

Editor: Sergey Rumyantsev *

Considering the idea of the regional cooperation among countries of South Caucasus (Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia) and possible rapprochement in Turkish-Armenian relations, the future dialogue among the societies of these countries becomes more and more important.

The publication – “History Lessons of the 20th Century: “Our Neighbours” and “Us” introduced by South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation, is the collection of scientific articles prepared by authors from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Turkey presenting the research and analytical materials on the key issues regarding history lessons in South Caucasus and Turkey. The analyses of the educational systems of these countries, in particular the textbooks on national and international histories in the context of collective memory, will contribute to the future discussions on the quality, aims and ideological content of the history courses in the South Caucasus and Turkey.

* Dr. Sergey Rumyantsev, Sociologist, HBF Scholar of 2004, Research Fellow at the institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Law at the National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan, Head of the Independent Research Group “Novator” (Baku), Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Institute for European Ethnology, Humboldt University, Berlin.


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