The 16th DRC Summer School 2019 in Zagreb, Croatia


Deadline:  31 May 2019
Open to: young BA, MA and PhD level scientist from Social, Human and Political Sciences, who are interested in the region, have scientific records or intend to have deeper knowledge about the Danube Region
Venue: 30 June – 7 July 2019, at University of Zagreb in Croatia

Description

The DRC Summer School project was initiated by IDM (Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe) and International House Pécs in 2003 to promote regional co-operation among young social scientists. Its general aim is the establishment of a network of young scientists who deal with the issue of regional co-operation as Central European perspective, and thus the institutionalisation of the Summer School for the future.

Each year, the DRC Summer School is hosted by a different university and therefore offers a variety of settings. We are looking for young BA, MA and PhD level scientist from Social, Human and Political Sciences, who are interested in the region, have scientific records or intend to have deeper knowledge about the Danube Region.

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”.

Workshop topics: 

  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? 

Eligibility

The 16th DRC Summer School is open to young BA, MA and PhD level scientist from Social, Human and Political Sciences, who are interested in the region, have scientific records or intend to have deeper knowledge about the Danube Region.

Cost

Registration fee: 200 EUR

Application

  1. Read the Call for Application
  2. Fill out the Application Form online
  3. Send your CV and an abstract of max. 1 pages of the paper that shall be presented
  4. Wait for the decision of the board
  5. In case of a positive response: transfer the registration fee to the account

Institut für den Donauraum und Mitteleuropa (IDM)

Erste Bank , Vienna

IBAN: AT 20 2011 1288 6405 3900

BIC: GIBAATWWXXX

The official web-page.