Partners, Institutions, and Collaborating Entities

The LETHE Project explores the role that traditionally invisible communities have had throughout European history. There are many voices that have been silenced, hidden, forgotten or made invisible over time. The LETHE team works not only to uncover these and make them visible to our students but also to provide them with the tools to uncover hidden histories in their own community.
Map of Europe in blue on a yellow background with the logos of each of the collaborating entities in the Lethe project placed in the areas of their respective countries.


Erasmus+ Partners


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University of Murcia

Spain

The University of Murcia coordinates the LETHE project through the Temporal Laboratory research group, which focuses its efforts on analyzing strategies for improvement in history teaching.

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IES Torrellano

Spain

The IES Torrellano collaborates with LETHE project through the Geography and History department and is an active part of the project that advises, implements and assesses the designed teaching materials.

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Italy

The Università di Padova participates in the LETHE project through the Department of Cultural Assets and the Digital Learning and Multimedia service specialized in developing digital methods and instruments in the didactic field.

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Greece

The University of Western Macedonia participates in the LETHE project through the Department of Primary Education of Florina which emphasises the coupling of theory and practice in the training of future teachers.

Selma-Lägerlof-Gem

Germany

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Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel

Germany

As a member of the LETHE project and network, the Department of History Education at Kiel University  research-based teaching materials. The connection between historical learning and material culture, as realised in the LETHE project, is one of its main areas of research.

Dublin City University

Ireland

Centre for the Teaching of Social Sciences (CSD) at Karlstad University

Sweden

CSD at Karlstad University is a centre for didactic research and development in subjects such as history. The team in Karlstad has had a particular interest in, and focus on, multicultural and intercultural perspectives in history teaching.

Agrupamento de Escolas do Vale de S. Torcato

Portugal

Agrupamento de Escolas do Vale de S. Torcato (AEVST) collaborates with LETHE project through the Social Sciences and Humanities Department, and is an active part of the project that advises, implements and assesses the designed teaching materials.




Movetia


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Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel

Switzerland

The history education team of the Didactics of Social Sciences Research Group at the PH Zurich investigates the teaching and learning of history in schools and society. The PH Zurich and the National Agency Movetia support their work in the LETHE project.

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Movetia

Switzerland

Movetia is the Swiss Agency for Exchange and Mobility. It links up organisations and institutions in the area of exchange and mobility and brings together providers of projects and activities and those who are keen to get involved.




Collaborating Institutions


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University of Cologne

Germany

Köln University is closely linked to the LETHE project through its history teaching team. This institution is one of the largest European educational institutions for the training of future teachers. Its work focuses on the transfer of the results of educational research to educational centers and, especially, on the inclusive teaching of history.

Do you want to be part of the LETHE project?

Whether you are a teacher, educator, or researcher, you are invited to join the LETHE Project. Do you want to share a historical case that may be interesting for history education? Have you implemented any of the strategies proposed by LETHE and want to share the results? Do you want to learn more about the project and contribute new ideas or suggest additional topics? Please get in touch!