EUROCLIO is looking for new trainees: are you up for the challenge?
EUROCLIO offers university students in the final stage of their University Bachelor degree or in their Master degree the opportunity to enrich their knowledge with the practical experience of working for an International NGO in the field of History Education.
As a trainee, you will learn all about the world of an International NGO. You will get in touch with different institutions, donors, funding organs, and international associations and learn about the importance of networking, organizing and reporting. Your tasks include communication with members and partners, public announcements, fundraising and all aspects of event management. It is also possible to do a research traineeship.
For our Spring 2015 (February – July) traineeships we are looking for dedicated students that have:
• An interest in History, History Education and International Cooperation;
• Skills in Standard Microsoft Office Applications;
• Flexibility, strong motivation and the capability to work independently;
• Fluency in written and spoken English, which is the working language at the Secretariat. Knowledge of any other language is an advantage.
Students who are interested can send their letter of motivation and CV by e-mail to Judith Geerling.
The deadline is 1 November! For more information go to our website.
13-24 octombrie 2014
Cele mai importante momente din viaţa Sibiului, începând de la Primul Război Mondial, precum şi interferenţele culturale generate de acestea sunt rememorate şi reliefate de liceeni, cadre didactice şi istorici prin valorificarea surselor orale şi documentare locale, într-un context expoziţional inedit, vernisat în 13 octombrie 2014. Ghidajele şi atelierele de lucru oferite zilnic grupurilor de vizitatori sunt completate de alte trei activităţi circumscrise tematicii expoziţiei: lansarea volumului „Interferenţe culturale în Sibiul secolelor XVIII-XX” (17 octombrie 2014; invitaţi: conf. univ. dr. Giordano Altarozzi, conf. univ. dr. Vasile Ciobanu, prof. univ. dr. Mihaela Grancea), dezbaterea „Von der Diktatur zur Demokratie – von Teilung zur Einheit Europas” [„De la dictatură la democraţie – de la divizarea la unitatea Europei”] (20 octombrie 2014; invitaţi: elevi şi cadre didactice din Germania, Ungaria, Polonia şi Lituania) şi o masă rotundă tematică, cu valoare concluzivă (24 octombrie 2014; moderatori: prof. dr. Horia Bozdoghină, dr. Raluca Frâncu).
Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research (Braunschweig), Institute for National History (Skopje), Institute for Spiritual and Cultural Heritage of the Albanians (Skopje)
for an academic conference on
3-5 June 2015, Skopje
Modern and contemporary history provide us with numerous case studies focusing on the multi-layered relationship between the Albanian- and Slavic-speaking (and other) communities in the Balkans. Whether through hardship and conflict, or coexistence and cooperation, various groups from this part of the Balkans have been engaging in and shaping a thoroughly intertwined regional life throughout history. The aim of this conference is to provide a forum for academic discussion on the complex trans-cultural history of the region and on the role of history education in the formation of mutual perceptions and relationships. The conference seeks to understand not only the past, but also the socio-political contexts which bring their influence to bear on the writing of historiography and history textbooks.
Most of the topics we will discuss at the conference will touch upon modern and contemporary history, but we do encourage an interdisciplinary approach and therefore welcome the participation of colleagues from different fields in the humanities and social sciences. Trans-cultural and cross-border approaches are equally encouraged. Participants may wish to focus on some of the following topics/sessions:
1. Historiography: regional perspectives on cultural and socio-political history
2. Historiography and history education: assessment of their relationship
3. History education: textbooks and society
4. Otherness: images of neighbours
5. Cross-cultural patterns: shared traditions and experiences
How to apply
Applicants should submit an abstract (around 500 words) of their paper and a short CV in English.
Participants: 20-25 scholars from history and related fields
Date and venue: 3-5 June 2015, Skopje
Costs: The organiser will provide board and accommodation, and will reimburse participants’ travel expenses.
Presentation time: 15-20 min.
Application deadline: 1 December 2014
Organiser responds: January 2015
Convenors: Eckhardt Fuchs (Georg Eckert Institute, Braunschweig), Darko Stojanov (Institute for National History), Besnik Emini (Institute for Spiritual and Cultural Heritage of the Albanians)
Academic coordinator: Claudia Lichnofsky (Georg Eckert Institute)
Please send your application (abstract and CV) to: firstname.lastname@example.org