EUROCLIO Annual Conference in Antalya, Turkey: Apply now for EU Grants and join us!
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Kimden: Maria Kazamiaki <maria@...>
Tarih: 22 Haziran 2011 17:42
Konu: EUROCLIO Annual Conference in Antalya, Turkey: Apply now for EU Grants and
Come and join themulti-facetted EUROCLIO 19th Annual Conference and General
Assemblyand contribute to shaping the face of contemporary history education.
Learn, inspire, share, develop and listen with 200 peers and experts.
Register online and contact your National Agency and apply for a Comenius or
Grundtvig Grantbefore September 15th 2011:
Attend high-quality lectures on “Innovative Methodology for Turkish History
Education and for all” and engaging workshops on different themes: “European
examples of teaching about Turkey and Islam”, “Imagining Europe and Europeans
in different school levels: culture, migration, work, conflict”. Share
experiences with colleagues visiting History classrooms in Turkey, go on a
unique Journey through time and old civilizations and learn more about the 6000
years of civilizations that Turkeyhas experienced.
Explore many fascinating culturesranging from the ancient settlements of the
Nevalı Çori, Göbekli Tepe and Mersin to the Hittite, Phrygian, Lydian and Ionian
cultures until the Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman Empires and the
modern contemporary Turkish history. Use this chance to see education from
manifold perspectives and profit from taking part in this multinational event.
Offer your own workshop, highlight your own teaching material, listen and
participate. Download the Annual Conference Leafletand the Draft Programme.
Please visit the EUROCLIO Website for more background information about the
EUROCLIO 19th Annual Conference and the unique location of Antalya, Turkey.
Feel free to share this information with your own network!
For more information, please contact:
Laan van Meerdervoort 70
2517 AN The Hague
+31 (0)70 3817836 (phone)
+31 (0)70 3853669 (fax)
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