Posted on 15 January 2020
The C²DH announced a Summer School co-organised with the European University Institute (Florence) and the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (Frankfurt), to be held at the Maison Robert Schuman in Luxembourg City from 22 to 26 June 2020. This Summer School invites to test digital tools and methods for oral history and stresses how digital oral sources contribute to narratives in European Integration History.
The Summer School is looking for PhD candidates as well as early career scholars (postdocs) who work on the history of European integration and use oral sources in their research. The main topics to be discussed are the co-production, curation, analysis, archiving and sharing. The programme will tackle the main stages in the production and management of oral sources through a set of workshops and round-table discussions with experts, including a visit the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg City.
The school’s working language will be English. Applications must be composed of a short bio and a 300-word abstract of the research topic in which candidates explain the use of oral sources in their research. Deadline for the submission of applications is 31 January 2020.
Find more information and contact details for application here.