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Cosmopolitanism, Europeanism and Nationalism: the shifting focus in history teaching

Author(s) Cajani, L  
Publisher CiCe Publications  
Year 2003  
Editor Europe of Many Cultures, Alastair Ross Ed.  
Language English  
Age group -  
Keywords/Abstract
The concept of an educational project must be cosmopolitical Immanuel Kant From the World to Nation-states: the teaching of history in Europe from the 18th century until the end of World War II. The 18th century can be considered the beginning of modern teaching of history in Europe. Until then the Jesuit model had prevailed, in which history was not a discrete subject in the Collegium (equivalent to the secondary school), but only in the Academia (University), and in which the history which was taught was basically holy history, largely following the model of the Four Monarchies of Daniel's prophecy and with the addiction of dynastic histories.
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