Call for Applications: 16th DRC Summer School 2019
"Falling walls - moving borders - common house Europe?"
The DRC (Danube Rectors' Conference) Summer School project was initiated by the Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM) and International House Pécs in 2003 to promote regional co-operation among young social scientists. It brings together young scientists and experts in different fields to discuss the ongoing changes, challenges and important aspects affecting the Danube Region. The participants come from different backgrounds and disciplines, which encourages them to widen their horizons and become more aware of the contrasting realities in Central Europe.
The DRC Summer School represents the opportunity to:
- Share research results about the Danube region
- Discuss the most up-to-date issues of the Danube region and Central and Eastern Europe with leading experts in the field
- Present your research and get input from the workshop leaders as well as other participants
- Broaden your horizon and knowledge
- Meet new people from all around Europe and develop yourself academically
Experience an unforgettable week in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, and make lasting cooperation as well as friendships with an international academic institution.
After the end of the Summer School your contribution will be officially published as an article in the scientific journal “Der Donauraum”.
1. Collective security or a new cold war?
2. The common European currency – constant crisis management?
3. From “Big Bang” to “Brexit”
4. From homo sovieticus to homo digitalis – successful transformation of the civil society in CEE?
Application deadline: 31 May 2019
Registration fee: 200 EUR
Language of instruction: English
You can find the programme draft and information about previous editions of the DRC Summer School on the website of the Danube Rectors' Conference.
- Date: June 30, 2019 - July 7, 2019
- Posted on: 04.03.2019
- Created by: Desiree Pecarz
The DRC (Danube Rectors' Conference) Summer School project was initiated by the Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM) and International...read more