Europe: crisis and commemoration in 2014
Summer school for secondary school teachers
21–23 January 2014, Melbourne, Australia
The 2014 European Studies Summer School is a three-day intensive program for teachers of
- Global politics
- Social and cultural studies
- European languages
and offers a unique opportunity to engage with diverse expert speakers on topics that complement secondary school curricula.
Day 1 - Europe: crisis and progress
Day 2 - Europe: history and memory
Day 3 - Europe and Australasia: encounters and engagement
Participation is free for all teachers from Australian and New Zealand secondary schools. Limited travel and accommodation bursaries are available for interstate or country travel.
The themes covered include
- European integration and European disintegration
- Migration and multiculturalism
- Great War commemoration
- Global security and conflict
- Environmental challenges
- Trade and diplomacy
The program features interactive sessions with senior academics and practitioners, interdisciplinary approach, and multiple case studies with potential for incorporation into the classroom setting. Excursions to cultural institutions are included. A detailed program will be available in late 2013.
For more information, or to register your interest, contact:
Monash European and EU Centre
T +61 3 9903 4638
To view the flyer for these events please see: Europe: crisis and commemoration in 2014.
Partners of this event are:
- Monash European and EU Centre
- ANU Centre for European Studies
- European Union Centre at RMIT
- European Union Centres Network, New Zealand
- with support from the European Commission