What to Remember, What to Teach - Human Rights Violations in Chile's Recent Past and the Pedagogical Discourse of History - Teresa Oteíza

What to Remember, What to Teach - Human Rights Violations in Chile's Recent Past and the Pedagogical Discourse of History - Teresa Oteíza

Recontextualization of Historical Memories into History Secondary Education in Chilean Schools

What to Remember, What to Teach - Human Rights Violations in Chile's Recent Past and the Pedagogical Discourse of History - Teresa Oteíza

Teresa Oteíza [+-]
Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
Teresa Oteíza is an associate professor in the Faculty of Letters at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile.

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Chapter 7 is a concluding chapter, in which I approach the general process of recontextualization of historical memories into history secondary education in Chilean schools. In this chapter I evaluate the teaching of recent history in Chile and the role of historicizing memory from a broader perspective, as well as the openings and encapsulations of memories in relation to official and alternative memories of Chilean recent past in a pedagogical context. I conclude the chapter with a reflection regarding new research avenues and linguistic intervention possibilities in secondary history school education.

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Oteíza, Teresa. Recontextualization of Historical Memories into History Secondary Education in Chilean Schools. What to Remember, What to Teach - Human Rights Violations in Chile's Recent Past and the Pedagogical Discourse of History. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 274-286 Aug 2023. ISBN 9781800504110. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=37659. Date accessed: 15 Jun 2024 doi: 10.1558/equinox.37659. Aug 2023

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