PhD Position Coastal Heritage and Climate Change [Eindhoven University of Technology]
The Chair of Architectural History and Theory in the Department of the Built Environment at Eindhoven University of Technology invites applications for a PhD position focusing on coastal heritage and climate change. You will work as part of a HORIZON EUROPE Research and Innovation Action project, will be based in the Netherlands and will collaborate with a European research consortium.
The deadline for application is 26 February 2023. For further information and application, visit the call here.
Call for Assistant Professor Heritage Studies [Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam]
To make a significant contribution to the research in our group, VU Amsterdam is looking for someone who is experienced in Heritage Studies and appreciates contributing to the team.
If you are interested, please apply until 3 March 2023. Further details are available here.
Call for expert evaluators [EIT Culture & Creativity]
EIT Culture & Creativity will initially appoint a pool of external experts to support the evaluation and selection process for the open call for proposals for activities to be included as part of the KIC’s business plan for 2024-2025. The portfolio of proposals to be evaluated covers the thematic areas corresponding to EIT Culture & Creativity Strategic Objectives: Education, Innovation, (Business) Creation, Society and Systems.
Applications will close on 31 March 2023 at 10 am CET. Further information is here.
CALL for participation
Call for participants for Digital Tools for Cultural Heritage Management Online Training Program [The Heritage Management Organisation]
This is a specialised course on spatial data (GIS), laser scanning, 3D modelling, heritage management, and community management in cooperation with Hogent University, Belgium. 3 months of online, mainly asynchronous classes (and some live ones) are rounded off with fieldwork focused on the entire workflow from data acquisition to publication. The certificate is a one-semester, part-time European Credit (ECTS)-bearing program aimed at students as well as professionals. It integrates heritage management with geomatics and is delivered online to enable students from around the world to join and also features a 10-day fieldwork component to be completed in Greece.
The deadline is 1 March 2023. Find out more and apply here.
Call for proposals for Town-Twinning [Europe for Citizens]
Town-Twinning projects aim at promoting intercultural dialogue by bringing people of different nationalities and different languages together and giving them the opportunity to participate in common activities. Activities related to Town-Twinning may include, among others: cultural events, festivals, and exhibitions.
The deadline is 15 March 2023. For further information, visit the call here.
Call for Papers on History education in transition – transcultural dialogue on historical thinking, learning, and culture [Historical Thinking, Culture, and Education (HTCE)]
The new journal HTCE offers a critical space for the reflection and exchange of ideas about transcultural dialogue. For the first issue, they are waiting for theoretical and empirical publications that will help promote transcultural and transnational dialogue on the current state of history education and its needs for future developments. The theme for their first issue is history education in transition – transcultural dialogue on historical thinking, learning, and culture.
The deadline for submissions is 30 April 2023. Details about the journal and submission can be found here.
Call for programme contributors to the European Youth Event 2023 [European Parliament]
Young people are invited to propose activities within the European Youth Event 2023, which will take place in Strasbourg and online on 9-10 June 2023. The event will bring thousands of young people together on-site and online to hold discussions, exchange ideas and have fun.
More information can be found here.
Conferences, workshops and such
Conference on Community and Digitisation: the New Drivers of Cultural Heritage [inDICE) -
is a Horizon 2020-funded project that offers a new way to measure the impact of digital culture. The project aims to empower cultural heritage professionals, policy-makers and decision-makers in the Cultural and Creative Industries to fully understand the social and economic impact of digitisation in their sectors and address the need for innovative (re)use of cultural assets. The conference will take place on 2 March 2023 with both online and onsite (at the National Library in Rome) options.
The content of the conference and registration is available here.
29th Annual Conference on the Complexity of History: Unpacking the Past [EuroClio]
The conference will take place on 20-23 April 2023 in Vilnius, Lithuania. The 3-days event will highlight that history is complex because it is composed of multiple narratives and perspectives, which are then interwoven to create diverse and pluralistic societies composed of people with multilayered individual identities.
In order to participate in the conference, the submission must be completed before 6 April 2023. You can reach out to the call here.
Call for Student Hub Atlantikwall [Universiteit Leiden, TU Delft, Erasmus University Amsterdam]
This yearly student workshop, organised by a number of universities and the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Center for Global Heritage, this year focuses on a current spatial heritage issue. The event, which will take place in Den Haag from 30 May to 2 June 2023, will focus on “The Atlantik Wall”, a line of defence and Nazi Germany's largest infrastructure project, built to defend Western Europe against an Allied invasion. Further information is available here.
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