Latest Issue of JEMMS has Published - now Open Access!
The latest issue of Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society has published! This special issue focuses on the visual analysis of history textbooks and other educational media.
JEMMS is now available to read Open Access, beginning with this issue! Open Access availability is in part thanks to the generous support of the Leibniz Institute for Educational Media / Georg Eckert Institute.
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Volume 15, Issue 1
Visual Literacy in History Education: Textbooks and Beyond
Mischa Gabowitsch and Anna Topolska
Symbolic Nation-building through Images in Post-Yugoslav History Textbooks
Tamara P. Trošt and Jovana Mihajlović Trbovc
Politics of the Visible and the Invisible: War Images in Japanese and American Textbooks
Jessica Fernanda Conejo Muñoz, Daniel Veloza-Franco, and Julieta de Icaza Lizaola
Shaping Memory through Visuality: War Photography in Polish Secondary School History Textbooks after 1989
Imagining Peru and the Motherland from the Barracks: Memory, Text, and Image in the 1942 First Year Level Military Manual
Visuals in History Textbooks: War Memorials in Soviet and Post-Soviet School Education from 1945 to 2021
Visual History Lessons Told by Der Spiegel: Picture-type Analysis of History Narratives Conveyed by the German Magazine
Horst-Alfred Heinrich and Claudia Azcuy Becquer
Looking without Seeing: Visual Literacy in Light of Holocaust Photograph
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