Wednesday 29 June to Tuesday 5 July, 2016
The Summer School offers to participants 2 ECTS for 30 hours of lectures and workshops plus a 10-hour individual workload on research projects and assignments.
The 2016 Summer School aims at responding to current crises by investigating the impact similar tensions have had on cross cultural understanding gradually building up to recent debates about politics and ethics, pedagogy and sensitive social issues, personal narratives and mobility challenges.
We welcome applications from:
- undergraduate and postgraduate students
- researchers from all fields of studies
- educators from primary, secondary and college education
- the interested public
The Summer School program is open to everyone who wishes to deepen their understanding of current scholarly debates and research within the context of:
- global geography
- diasporic narratives
- international relations
- civic engagement and education
The language of the Summer School is English. The material to be used emerges from American Studies and current socio-cultural issues/themes.
Certificate of attendance will be awarded to all participants plus ECTS certification
Visit the Summer School’s web page here.