It is quiet and empty here at the wannseeFORUM. The Summer Academy has come to an end and everybody has left for his/her home country. Yesterday was such a great day for us! Not only the sun was shining, but we also
Today we realized that it is already Wednesday, which means we only have two days of the Summer Academy left.”Unbelievable!” Especially, when considering that in some of our home countries school has started again today. But these are probably going to be
So many creative posters have been assembled, that they really should be shown here as well. In the collage below you can see both presentations of the participants’ competition entries as well as posters which were designed for yesterday’s presentation.
After two days of field work in Berlin we needed one day to share our results with the other groups. Since we had worked hard on our posters the night before, we used the time in the morning for making the last preparations.
If yesterday was tiresome, today it was going to be even more: We set off to Berlin around 8 a.m., with a another round of interviews and a city-tour on our agenda. After having a first go at bringing the
Looking out of the window this morning didn’t make us happy: it was raining cats and dogs, exactly on the day we were planning to make our first interviews in Berlin. Despite that we finished our questionnaires and were ready
Saturday was reserved for introducing the participants to the topic of the academy. With the help of a “time machine” the students travelled to the Soviet Union, 1970s Poland, Nazi Germany and communist Romania. Each of the four groups shared
Welcome to our blog of EUSTORY 2010 in Berlin. We will keep you updated on our workshops and share our experiences with you. EUSTORY Acadamies are international gatherings for young people who participated in EUSTORY history competitions and won an