Mediterranean Dialogues: Teaching History beyond our Horizons

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The Mediterranean has a unique place in world history as a sea that has over time connected and divided a wide variety of cities, peoples and cultures. History, heritage and citizenship educators need to engage with this geography. Educators from Europe, the Middle East and North Africa will have a unique opportunity to engage on a professional level with concrete tools and methods dealing with the challenges and opportunities of the Mediterranean, then and now. Join and celebrate the 25th EUROCLIO Annual Conference Professional Development Training Course in a week full of on-site learning, practical pedagogies and in-depth discussions on historical content.

The course is organised in close partnership with the APHG – Association of teachers of History and geography in France.

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EUROCLIO - European Association of History Educators
Marseille, France

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