Vol 7, No 3 (2020)

Perspectives on History Education from the Australian Tertiary Sector

Table of Contents

Editorial

Introducing the Tertiary History Educators Australasia (THEA) PDF
Heather Sharp, Debra Donnelly 1-2

Special Issue

A global perspective on history education policies and politics: A commentary PDF
Tony Taylor 3-20
The disciplined winds blow in from the West: The forgotten epistemic inheritance of historical thinking PDF
Bryan Smith 21-32
Exploring historical consciousness with Australian school children. PDF
Kay Carroll 33-47
Conversations for synthesis: Using the Harkness method in student-led historical inquiry PDF
Alison Bedford 48-62
In pursuit of the voice of Venus: Listening for empathy in the history classroom PDF
Samantha Owen 63-75
Sparking the flame, not filling the vessel: How museum educators teach history in Australian museums PDF
Louise Fortunata Zarmati 76-91
Historical empathy activities in Australian history textbooks: An assessment tool to examine disciplinary and cognitive domains PDF
Debra Donnelly, Heather Sharp 92-106