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.
Free Online Course: War & Cultural Heritage - Protecting Our Heritage Before, During, and After Conflict [the American University of Rome]
The short course of three lectures aims to explore cultural heritage before, during, and after conflict situations. Historically, it has been assumed that cultural heritage primarily needs protection from collateral damage resulting from proximity to military targets or from the overall chaos caused by war. The three one-hour online meetings are going to take place on the 16, 23, and 30 of March. Each session will begin at 18.30 Rome time (CET).
For further information and registration, visit 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 Journalism Partnerships [European Commission]
The European news media sectors play a crucial and valuable role in Europe. Yet, they are facing multiple challenges. In order to support the European news media sector to become more sustainable and resilient, thus contributing to trustworthy reporting, the European Commission is calling for partnerships to develop skills and create employment for news media professionals and journalists, in particular, by supporting media collaborations.
27 April 2023 is the deadline for applications. Details are available 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.
Conference on European Sustainable Religious Heritage [Future for Religious Heritage]
The FRH Biennial Conference is a high-level event that brings together members of academia, policymakers, heritage practitioners and other relevant actors to analyse the current state of religious heritage in Europe, discuss the latest developments and engage in a dialogue about the most pressing issues facing heritage. The conference will take place in Lund on 20-21 April 2023. For further information, visit here.
International Congress on Thermal Tourism [The European Historic Thermal Towns Association]
The European Historic Thermal Towns Association is delighted to announce its next important event, the International Congress on Thermal Tourism. The congress will be held in the French town of Nancy between 8-10 November 2023. Further information is available here.
Call for Project Coordinator [Eurocities]
Eurocities, the network of major European cities, is recruiting a project coordinator to work on the European Heritage Hub project. As project coordinator, you will be responsible for all Eurocities activities under the European Heritage Hub project. Gathering diverse expertise and pooling resources to mobilise and strengthen a cultural heritage-driven movement in Europe, the European Heritage Hub project, co-financed by the European Commission, will strengthen the cultural heritage-driven movement in Europe.
If you are interested, you should apply by 12:00 on 15 March 2023. Further details are available here.
Call for Professor - Work leader [KU Leuven]
KU Leuven’s Building Physics and Sustainable Design section and the Monuments and Monumental Decorations Lab of the Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (KIK-IRPA) are looking for a Professor - Work leader in preventive conservation of cultural heritage monuments and collections in the face of (climate change affected) humidity and temperature challenges for a full-time position.
You can apply until 4 April 2023. Details are here.
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