ECMI launched a collaboration with the University of Groningen

rugr_logoenv_rood_rgbOn 16 and 17 December 2015 ECMI Senior Research Associates Dr. Raul Carstocea and Dr. Andreea Carstocea lecture at the University of Groningen. The events are organized within the frameworks of the collaboration between the Department of Frisian Language & Culture of the University of Groningen and the ECMI.

The Department of Frisian Language & Culture of the University of Groningen and the ECMI launched a staff and student exchange programme as part of a newly initiated collaboration between the organizations. As a first phase of the collaboration, ECMI Senior Research Associates Dr. Raul Carstocea and Dr. Andreea Carstocea will be visiting the Department of Frisian Language & Culture of the University of Groningen on 16 and 17 December to deliver presentations and lectures.

On the first day, Dr. Raul Carstocea will present the ECMI as an institution: its work, aims and projects. He will also talk about the Minority Map and Timeline of Europe (MMTE), an ongoing flagship project of ECMI. On the second day of the visit, two academic lectures will take place:

  • “Jews as the Quintessential Minority? Anti-Semitism in Central and Eastern Europe and its Role in the Development of a Framework for Minority Protection”- by Dr. Raul Carstocea
  • “The Funding of Minority Organizations and its Impact on Participation Mechanisms” – by Dr. Andreea Carstocea.

The lectures as well as the presentations are offered to the students of the Department of Frisian Language & Culture as well as to all interested visitors. The lectures are organized by Dr. Tilman Lanz (Docent at the University of Groningen).

Date/Time:

13:00-15:00 on Wednesday, 16 December 2015
11:00-13:00 on Thursday, 17 December 2015
15:00-17:00 on Thursday, 17 December 2015

Venue:
Academy Building Room A902 (16 December)
Harmony Building Room 1312.0019 (17 December)
Broerstraat 5
Groningen, 9712 CP Netherlands

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