Sharing Heritage – but shaping whose identity?
World of research. 2018 is the year of European Cultural Heritage. However, the first research results also highlight questions of power and privilege. The question is: ‘whose’ European identity i...
is a research associate at the Department of Vocational and Adult Education at Leibniz University in Hanover, Germany. He is Scientific Coordinator of the interdisciplinary research site diversitAS (Diversity – Migration – Education) and Project Assistant in the joint project ‘CHER – Cultural heritage as a resource? […]’. His research focuses on Diversity Studies, Critical (cultural) Heritage Studies and Racism Theory. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
What kind of skills will we need for the future? How should we value life skills? How to make skills like cooperation and communication visible?Go to theme issue
Data literacy, critical literacy and climate literacy. How do these forms of literacy affect people? How does the future of literacy look like?Go to theme issue