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Scientific Network

„European Cultures – European Identity‟

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Eight universities are affiliated in the scientific network European Cultures – European Identity. Guided by this main focus, common fields of research will be developed before further research projects and degree programs as well as joint organized research schools will be established within the framework of these collaborating universities. The background of the cooperation of the universities Bonn, Paris IV Sorbonne, Florence, St Andrews, Toulouse, Salamanca, Warsaw, Fribourg and Sofia (together with the Institute for Literature of the Bulgarian Academy of Siences) is a multilevel collaboration that has been uniting these universities. Florence, Bonn and Paris IV have been closely connected under the terms of a mutual contract since 2005 when a research triangle was founded. In this context, joint degree programs – German-Italian Studies (Bonn-Florence), German-French Studies (Bonn-Paris), Renaissance Studies (Bonn-Florence) – and three joint research schools are being organized (the trinational research schools Founding myths of Europe in literature, the arts and music, and Italianistica, as well as the binational research school Modern German Literature). Warsaw and Toulouse are partner universities with the university of Bonn. The universities of Salamanca and St Andrews conduct joint degree programs with Bonn university: German-Spanisch Studies and German and Comparative Literature. The university of Fribourg (Switzerland) has research and teaching structures that fit perfectly to the scientific network.

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Colloque international / 30 mai - 2 juin 2016, Varsovie
L'Europe et ses intellectuels

Dans le cadre du réseau scientifique "Cultures européennes – identité européenne" l’Université de Varsovie organise un colloque international "L’Europe et ses intellectuels" qui se tiendra à Varsovie du 30 mai au 2 juin 2016. Le thème de la manifestation reconnaît l’importance de la contribution du patrimoine culturel à l’identité de l’Europe. Ainsi, au centre du débat se trouvera la vision culturelle/politique de l’Europe élaborée par ses élites intellectuelles, et sera envisagée sous des angles variés et au fil des siècles, à partir du Moyen Age jusqu’aux temps modernes. Il s’agira donc d’observer de près la naissance de l’identité européenne et la cristallisation de l’imaginaire européen sous l’impact des grandes personnalités et des institutions, telles que les universités, les académies, les bibliothèques, les musées, etc.

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