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Graz International Summer School Seggau 2013: apply now!

Collective Identities: Nationalism, Transnationalism – Europe and Beyond
16 November 2012

Focusing on the emphasis areas of the University of Graz – South Eastern Europe and North, Central and South America – this year’s summer school will take place from June 30th to July 13th, 2013 at Seggau Castle in the South-Eastern corner of Austria in the wine region very close to the Slovene border.

Lectures and workshops

Emphasizing the aspects of identity/identities, interdisciplinary morning lectures will provide the context for the ten specialized seminar workshops in the afternoon. The discursive and symbolic constructions of Europe and the Americas will be investigated from the fields of law, economics, environmental studies, political science, sociology, media studies, theology, literature and culture, ageing studies and indigenous studies, as well as from global, migration and Jewish studies.

Various scholarship schemes available

There will be various scholarship schemes available and we encourage you to apply! In the past, students and teaching staff from 29 different countries have provided a diverse and stimulating international classroom, and we would love to welcome students from different universities to this exciting summer school again.

More information

Detailed information about the summer school program can be found on our website

You can also find  all relevant information about the summer school in this brochure.

We are looking forward to seeing you this summer!

Last modified:04 July 2014 9.35 p.m.

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