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Karolina Demus

UC Berkeley Scholars Workshop – October 28 – November 10, 2012 (Deadline: September 14, 2012)

The Institute of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ISEEES) at the University of California, Berkeley (UCB), in collaboration with the Centre for Advanced Studies and Education (CASE) at the European Humanities University (EHU) and the Caucasus Research Resource Centers (CRRC), is soliciting proposals from scholars in the social sciences and history from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine to participate in a two-week workshop at UCB from October 28 to November 10, 2012. 

A total of four scholars (“Carnegie Fellows”) will be brought to UCB for an intensive review of key literature, theoretical approaches, and methods employed in a particular field of scholarship (the “field theme”). Each Carnegie Fellow will work with a paired UCB faculty member and graduate student with knowledge of the Carnegie Fellow’s field theme to develop undergraduate and/or graduate syllabi and teaching materials, explore innovative teaching and research techniques and technologies, and prepare a field survey (with a literature review) for use by other Carnegie Fellows and scholars from the region. The language of the workshop will be English.

More information: ISEES website

Who is eligible to participate?

  • Citizens of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.
  • Scholars who hold the equivalent of a Ph.D.
  • Scholars who have a level of proficiency in written and spoken English that is sufficient to conduct independent research and engage in scholarly debate.

Applications from Belarus, Moldova, and Ukraine should be submitted via email to Olga Breskaya at olga.breskaya@ehu.lt.  Applications from Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia should be sent to applications@crrccenters.org.  The application deadline is September 14, 2012.

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Child of the 1980s, fan of the intellectual journeys to the east from Poland, and enthusiast for a phenomenon of Eurasia. Her interests are the history of education process and theory in different cultures and regions as well as history of garden concepts. Not accidentally – both education and gardening regard potentiality and its development. She longs for the utopian Greek idea of πολυμαθής, nowadays known as the Latin term Homo Universalis – a concept of a person with an unlimited capability of acquiring knowledge.

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