Berlin Summer School: European Migration, Culture and Citizenship
7 to 12 July 2019
Applications close 1 April 2019
The Jean Monnet European Union Migration and Integration network is pleased to announce its Berlin Summer School.
This intensive Summer School will bring undergraduates to Berlin to learn about European immigration and integration challenges. Study topics include: Islam in Europe; multiculturalism; relationship between culture and citizenship; memorialisation versus community-based memory-making; refugee documentary; political change. The academic focus is enhanced by opportunities to engage with the first-hand experiences of European migrants, curators of cultural institutions, NGOs, and government officials.
Taught over six days by academic faculty from The Australian National University and Indiana University, the Summer School will also draw on academic expertise from German universities and cultural institutions. Application to the course is competitive and limited to only 25 students from these participating universities:
· Indiana University, Bloomington
· The Australian National University
· The University of Canterbury
· The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
· The National University of Singapore
· Nanyang Technological University
For more information, including how to apply, visit the Berlin Summer School webpage: bit.ly/berlin-summer-school and see the attached flyer.