Studying History in Rotterdam
Deborah Castro obtained a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship for her project: "Living in the media. Analysing the Impact of Media Tourism on Locals’ Identities and Sense of Belonging'.
STRP is organising a dynamic, two-day conference programme in which the speakers share new inspiration, new images and new ideals that we need to build a hopeful future.
Each year, Erasmus University offers fellowships to young, promising researchers who have obtained their doctorates. Pauwke Berkers was one of the researchers to receive an EUR Fellowship.
Dr. Mélodine Sommier, Dr. Yijing Wang, and Dr. Ana Vasques (EUC) had their first class on Monday 18 March with the 24 students selected out of the 85 applicants.
Zoltan Dujisin will present his paper "Caught Between Politics and Historiography: The roles of "Scientific" and "Therapeutic" Historians in Shaping Perceptions of the Communist Past".
On June 6, Cecilia Biaggi will present a paper about her research on Minorities and Educational Exclusion: the cases of South Tyrol and Northern Ireland, 1918–1923.
The 2019 EBHA conference, themed around The Business History of Creativity intends to address creativity in business and the growth and development of the creative industries.