ABSTRACT. Embracing uncertainty as a temporal condition of the past and the present thus gives history educators opportunities to imagine and develop a way of teaching history that goes beyond what exists in the past, but to acknowledge what lingers and unsettles from the past in the present. pp. 82–86

Keywords: history education; temporality; pandemic


Mark E. Helmsing
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