Modern History of Ukraine. The path of Eurointegration

Provided by: UMA
Bachelor's degree (EQF level: 6)

This course Politics of Memory: Evolution of Ukrainian History Education offers a dynamic blend of historical analysis, cultural exploration, and critical reflection, providing a comprehensive understanding of how memory politics shape our understanding of the past. Enrich your academic experience with an interdisciplinary approach that goes beyond traditional boundaries, fostering a holistic perspective on Ukrainian culture, politics, and identity. This unique course delves into the intricacies of memory politics by examining the fascinating evolution of history education in Ukraine since its independence in 1991. Key learning objectives include understanding the profound impact of memory politics on historical narratives, gaining insights into Ukraine's historical transitions, investigating the role of educational policies in shaping history education and exploring the cultural dimensions influencing the portrayal of historical events. Students will be engaged in lively discussions on current debates and controversies in Ukrainian history education, drawing from diverse global contexts. Students will be interacting with guest speakers, and experts in the field, and develop essential research skills through in-depth analyses, encouraging critical thinking and collaborative exploration. Immerse into the dynamic interplay between politics, memory, and education as we navigate the diverse landscapes of historical narratives.

  • Spring 2024

    Course start date 2024-02-15
    Course end date 2024-05-30
    Language English
    Credits 4 (ECTS)
    Grading scheme: very good (1,0 - 1,5)
    good (1,6 - 2,5)
    satisfactory (2,6 - 3,5)
    sufficient (3,6 - 4,0)
    failed (5,0)