University of Geneva, Switzerland
Nadine Fink is Teaching Fellow at the University of Geneva. She has an MA in History and a PhD in Educational Sciences from the University of Geneva. Her doctoral and postdoctoral research focuses on history education and pupils’ historical thinking. She is also interested in the notion of narrative and its impact on teaching and learning history. For her PhD, she studied the use of audiovisual testimonies in history education and its impact on historical thinking and historical consciousness. She is currently spending a year at University of Montreal and is investigating history teaching practices in the context of Education Reform in Quebec. Selected publications: Identité(s) helvétique(s) et enseignement de l‘histoire, in: Pagès, J. & González, N. (Eds.). La construcció de les identitas i l‘ensenyament de lès Ciències Socials, de la Gografia i de la Història (2010). Témoignage oral et pensée historique scolaire: “des petits tas qui font un grand tas qui font la Deuxième Guerre mondiale” (Marion, 15 ans) (2009).