Danube Schools 2021
Kultur und Geschichte von Minderheiten im Donauraum
Culture and history of minorities in the Danube region
The Danube School Series is a short-term study programme for postgraduate students and young professionals to learn and discuss facts, challenges and projects of the Danube Region. It is organised by the European Danube Academy in cooperation with several universities in the Danube Region (University of Tübingen, HNU Neu-Ulm, University of Novi Sad, Andrassy University Budapest and University of Ruse). The Danube Schools 2021 are thus part of the Danube School Network, which consists of various Danube school events. Four Danube Schools are planned for 2021, funded by the programme „Polyphonic Memory, European Heritage, Common Future“ of the BKM (Federal Commissioner for Culture and the Media).
The Danube School 2021 in Germany will take place from 1 November to 6 November 2021 in Ulm/NeuUlm/Illertissen. About 25 participants will meet for a week to discuss current challenges and possible solutions in various fields with academics, practitioners and stakeholders: The core topic this year is cultural diversity and in particular minorities in the Danube Region. Specifically, this will include modules on the history of minorities, the role of minorities and migration today, current challenges of minorities in the region and questions on the „culture“ of minorities in the region.
Participants: 25 participants, aged 18-39 years, from all Danube Countries; The school is open for European master and Ph.D. students, recent graduates as well as young professionals interested in Danube region and questions about minorities in the region with inspiring ideas for discussions and solution in the fields of anthropology, economics, administration and related sciences.
Publication: Results and outcomes of the Danube School Series 2021 will be published in a book in 2022. Participants and lecturers have the chance to publish results of the project work, own research results and scientific texts about the Danube Region after the school.