ИЗДАНИЕ 2022

Program & Documents

Schedule

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Tuesday, July 5th

  • 9:00 AM

  • 9:30 AM

  • 11:00 AM

  • 11:15 AM

  • 12:45 PM

  • 2:00 PM

  • 3:30 PM

  • 3:45 PM

  • 5:15 PM

Schedule Overview (CEST)

  • Opening
  • Antisemitic policies in South Eastern Europe
    Miso Dokmanovic, University Cyrille and Méthodes
  • Coffee break
  • Workshop 1

    Teaching the Holocaust within a specific context
    Mire Mladenovski, Euroclio
  • Workshop 2

    Dealing with controversial issues in the classroom
    Renata Ozorlić Dominić, ETTA
  • Lunch
  • The Nazi killing centers
    Tal Bruttmann, EHESS
  • Coffee break
  • Workshop 1

    Meet the other, the different, the same
    Theodora Nikolova, Bulgarian HTA
  • Workshop 2

    How to use the Auschwitz album in class ?
    Tal Bruttmann, EHESS
  • End of the working day

Lecture/Workshop summary

Book recommendation

Biography

Preparatory document

Wednesday, July 6th

  • 9:00 AM

  • 10:30 AM

  • 1:30 PM

  • 3:00 PM

  • 4:30 PM

  • 5:00 PM

Schedule Overview (CEST)

  • Mass atrocities during WWII in Thrace
    Dimitra Patronidou, Researcher, University of Macedonia
  • Site visit
    Doxato, Drama
    Dimitra Patronidou, Researcher, University of Macedonia
  • Lunch
  • What does understanding mean: Why does Holocaust concerns everyone? Is it enough to get the facts correct in order to achieve learning outcomes?
    Georgi Stankov, Sofia University
  • Report from the trainees about the previous day
  • End of the working day

Lecture/Workshop summary

Book recommendation

Biography

Preparatory document

Thursday, July 7th

  • 9:00 AM

  • 9:30 AM

  • 11:00 AM

  • 11:15 AM

  • 12:45 PM

Schedule Overview (CEST)

  • The trainees' report on the previous day
  • The Greek civil war
    Iakovos Michailidis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
  • Coffee break
  • Workshop 1

    The WWI, the effects and the aftermath in the Balkans, 1915-1919. Digital application in the serve of the modern history education.
    Nikos Missolidis, University of Peloponese
  • Workshop 2

    Building up a common learning activity
    Renata Ozorlić Dominić, ETTA
  • Conclusion

Lecture/Workshop summary

Book recommendation

Biography

Preparatory document