The Europaeum organises workshops, seminars, conferences and debates in cooperation with the members of the network.

These workshops and events (also called the Core Programme) are all open to any student currently enrolled at one of the Europaeum’s member universities if that student’s main focus of study lies in the Humanities or Social Sciences. They are ideal for masters students and early-stage PhD candidates looking to gain experience at presenting and the interdisciplinary exchange of ideas in a friendly and supportive conference-style setting.

Events are offered at no cost to participants and aim to involve students as much as possible via academic contributions such as the presentation of a paper or a role as a discussant. Keynote speakers typically include academics from inside and outside the Europaeum network, policymakers, and other high-level external experts whose expertise is relevant to the event theme.

Selection of student participants takes place via a rigorous application & selection process.

Summer School 2024 - ‘Marginalised Histories – Cultural Heritage and Archives’

We are delighted to draw your attention to this exciting opportunity for Master’s and doctoral students within the Europaeum network – our forthcoming Summer School 2024 to be held at the University of St Andrews, 27-31 August. The topic is ‘Marginalised Histories – Cultural Heritage and Archives’.

Please find the poster/call for applications attached, including further particulars. Successful candidates will be provided with accommodation free of charge and will be reimbursed for reasonable travel expenses within Europe.

The closing date for this opportunity is 2 April.

Europaeum Summer School 2024

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