Related Publications

  • Einhaus, Ann-Marie and Catriona Pennell, ‘Teaching and remembrance in English secondary schools’ in Remembering the First World War edited by Bart Ziino (Routledge, Oxford, 2015), pp. 74-89.
  • Einhaus, Ann-Marie, and Catriona Pennell, The First World War in the Classroom: Final Project Report (University of Exeter, 2014).
  • Einhaus, Ann-Marie, ‘Cultural Memory, Teaching and Contemporary Writing about the First World War’, Literature & History, 25.2 (2016), pp. 187-204.
  • Pennell, Catriona, ‘Learning lessons from war? Inclusions and Exclusions in Teaching First World War History in English Secondary Schools’. History & Memory, 28.1 (2016), pp. 36-71.
  • Pennell, Catriona and Mark Sheehan, ‘Official World War I memorial rituals could create a generation uncritical of the conflict’, The Conversation, 12 July 2016.
  • Riches, Leah and James Bennett, ‘We can’t see the war for the memorials: balancing education and commemoration’The Conversation, 24 July 2016.
  • Sheehan, Mark, ‘”A historically conscious future” – Indigenous perspectives on war remembrance’. Public History Weekly 4 (2016) 15, DOI: dx.doi.org/10.1515/phw-2016-5998.
  • Sheehan, Mark, and T. Taylor, ‘Australia and New Zealand: ANZAC and Gallipoli in the Twenty First Century’. The Teaching of History and the Changing Nation State – Transnational and Intranational Perspectives, ed. Robert Guyver (Bloomsbury, London, 2016), pp. 237-254.
  • Sheehan, Mark, and M. Davison, ‘”We need to remember they died for us”: War remembrance in New Zealand and young people’s “memory messages” about Gallipoli and ANZAC’. London Review of Education (In Press, forthcoming 2017).