The sharepoint for young debates on history and identity
Gregor Christiansmeyer (1996) is a German Eustorian who is studying history and political science in Münster, a city in western Germany. He enjoys meeting new people, having discussions and fun together. He is always delighted when he finds nice postcards in his letter box – they have got a place of honour in his room. “Even if video-conferences are always a technical challenge, working and laughing with this amazing editors’ team and authors from all over Europe made me addicted.”
Camilla Crovella (born in 1993) is an Italian student, currently attending the third year at the University of Turin, Law School. She is interested in European Law, History and International Relations and passionate about German language and culture. Camilla approached journalism and academic research as a fruitful way to understand and deepen her knowledge about the reality we live in.
Adelina Fendrina Adelina was born in 1998 and lives in Sliven, Bulgaria. She is currently in her last year at high school, where she studies Maths and IT, though her academic interests are in the fields of English and History. In the future, she would like to study International relations and Political science. She is a huge movie enthusiast, enjoys reading books, listening to music and watching football.
Yavor Genchev Yavor was born in 1998 in Bulgaria and studies English and German in a high school (Aprilov National High school – opened in 1835). Next year he is going to the university where he wants to study International Relations. Yavor is interested in politics, history, EU, he is a book worm, listens to classical music and wants to travel all around Europe.
Haris Huremagić born 1994 in Austria with Bosnian roots, law student, likes debating about music, philosophy, politics but becomes most passionate about historical topics. Haris adores hot chocolate, you are free to invite him in Vienna.
Milena Tatalović (1987) is a Eustorian from Serbia studying sociology. But her main interests are family history, ethnology, social interaction, and places where people gather like traditional pubs with historical background. She plans to travel a bit more and perfect the skill of traditional pastry making. She hopes to work for UNICEF one day.
Felicity Clifford (born in 1991) from Ayrshire, in Scotland. History graduate from Dundee University and a Masters graduate from the University of West of Scotland. A freelance broadcast journalist, loves horses and history. She was a featured art piece in Edinburgh National Art Gallery last year.
Tamara Čakić (born in 1990) comes from Slovenia. She finished her bachelor in International relations and is currently doing her master in Management. To balance the more theoretical part she fills her free time with drawing, creating with wood and travelling. “Editorial work on the History Campus has been an author-hunting, paragraph-transforming, educational and rewarding adventure, consisting of perspective-broadening stories, interesting people and hilariously-serious and extremely productive editorial meetings.”
Anna Sievälä (1991) is a Finnish Eustorian who is currently working as a journalist in the city of Joensuu in Eastern Finland. She studied European Law and graduated in 2014. Her life would be empty without travelling, coffee, dogs and – most importantly – amazing European friends. “Working as an editor has been rewarding and frustrating at the same time: frustrating when you are trying to stay in touch with people living on different sides of Europe and rewarding when you get to work with an enthusiastic writer and see the final result published.”
Milan Vukašinović was born in the South of Serbia in 1989, but his life is stretched between Belgrade and Paris. Stories, languages and travels are his passions. He is a byzantinist, an aspiring writer and wannabe cook and if he could, he would live in a movie theatre. “Working as an editor on HC was like feeling the pulse of Europe and rafting down its bloodstream.”
Ida Ydo (1993) Videojournalist from Denmark with a special interest in animation and digital journalism. Has been a part of the Körber Foundation since a youth academy in 2010. She owns a taxidermy jackdaw.
Mari Abazadze Born in 1992, Marika is enrolled in LLM program of international Law in Georgian Institute of Public Affairs in Tbilisi, Georgia. She is interested in creative writing, contemporary arts and music.
Ruth Allgäuer Born in 1991 in Lustenau, Austria and is currently studying International Cultural and Business Studies in Passau, Germany. She loves travelling, getting to know new cultures, speaking foreign languages and meeting people from all over the world.
Sara Bensa born in 1995 in Slovenia, Sara is studying psychology. She is passionate about music, interested in deep debates and loves working with people.
Andjela Bolta born 1992 in Serbia, Andjela is currently a philosophy student in University of Belgrade and also UNICEF volunteer. Her passion is karate which she practises since she was four. In her free time she likes traveling, meeting new people and cultures and playing piano.
Thomas Dirven (born in 1998) still attends high school. He lives near Antwerp in Belgium. When he listens to people’s stories, he loves passing them on to others. One of the things he certainly wants to do before he dies, is to write his own book.
Marta Franchuk (born 1996) is a Ukrainian student who currently studies history and political science in National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. She enjoys communication with interesting people and taking part in various journalism projects and programs, as well as contributing to different newspapers and websites. Her life would not be colourful without photographing reflections of interesting things and architecture in the deep rain puddles.
Jorge Fernandez Gomez (born 1996) is a student of Architecture at the Technic University of Madrid, in which he is currently working as an assistant teacher. He fulfils his free time with participating in projects that involve historical documentaries and books, as well as with collaborating with different museums in the field of management.
Rubén José García Muriel (1991) is from Barcelona and he is a PhD student in Ancient Greek philology. He loves reading, travelling around Europe and discovering new cultures and languages. Some of his friends think that he has the Diogenes syndrome (a very reasonable disorder for a Hellenist) because of his collection of old books
Stefan Holzer Born in 1997, Stefan has just finished high school in Krems, Austria. After his civil service at the Red Cross, he is planning to study law at the University of Vienna. He enjoys traveling and meeting new people from all over the world as well as enjoying a good Viennese Schnitzel in Austria.
Rasa Goštautaitė born in 1993, after finishing high school in Lithuania, Rasa is now living in London, studying History and Anthropology. Rasa enjoys travelling, reading and making new friends all around the world.
Anete Jēkabsone An expat Latvian from Riga, currently living and working in New Delhi, Anete is passionate about traveling, good fiction and French cheese. She would love to do a PhD in “gourmet food around the world” and strongly believes that a glass of red wine or a cup of Italian coffee makes a world a better place almost instantly.
Rafael Jiménez Montoya Born in 1996 in Puertollano (Spain), is a student of Audiovisual Communication at the University of Granada. In love with the seventh art, he really enjoys going to the cinema, listening and playing music and the peace of the countryside
Oldrich Justa born 1995 in Hamburg and raised in Poland, Oldrich is studying cultural anthropology in Berlin. He now loves to travel within and outside of Europe, always open to meet new people and try the local food.
Ivan Kendzor was born in 1991 in Lviv, Ukraine and lives now in Munich, Germany. He is doing an internship at Nokia in the area of management and in his freetime likes running, reading books and travelling.
Tomasz Korandy is a student of the Jagiellonian University in Cracow on the law faculty. His academic interests concentrate mainly on criminal law. Besides studies his thoughts occasionally fly towards history (especially medieval) and mountain activities (here thoughts are assisted by body).
Oliver Mehling (1996) was born in Wuerzburg, Germany. He is passionate about environmental issues and studies physics in Freiburg near the tripoint of Germany, France and Switzerland (which is great not only because he loves Swiss chocolate). In his free time, Oliver likes traveling, cycling and hiking.
Andreyan Nedyalkov (1995) comes from Gabrovo, Bulgaria. He is a student at the Maastricht University in the Netherlands where he studies European Law. Besides the obvious he is also interested in history, law, politics and contemporary literature (his favourite authors are Kurt Vonnegut and P. J. O’Rourke).
Dyonne Niehof (1992) After having just finished her first job as coordinator of a project, which researches the legacy of the First World War in contemporary world, she is preparing for a new adventure: spending a year abroad with her boyfriend in countries as far away as possible. She loves to travel and to learn as much as she can about new cultures and countries, so she is extremely looking forward to this new upcoming adventure
Željka Oparnica (1991) was born in Sombor, Serbia. She got her bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Belgrade. At the moment, she is working on her masters in Jewish studies on the Central European University in Budapest. She studies new places and in the mean time you can probably catch her writing her thesis in a coffee shop just around the corner.
born 1993 in Russia, Serafina currently lives in Paris.
Fotini Patinari from Thessaloniki has studied pedagogy and intercultural education, has worked as a teacher with Roma children and is now studying German language and literature. She loves travelling, history and dancing salsa. Her dream is to travel the world and teach in different countries.
Jani Patrakka born 1995 in Finland is a technical university student in Tampere. Besides his devout interest in history and politics, Jani loves music, acting, debating and cooking. If you share his interest in philosophy, languages, mathematics or virtually any field of science in general, feel free to share your thoughts with him.
Adnan Rahimić (1982) was born in Mostar, but lives in Sarajevo. He works as the International Relations Officer at the University of Sarajevo, in administration and project management for Tempus and Erasmus+ programs. He gained his Master degree in the UK, majoring in Management and European Integration. In his free time he likes travelling, reading, cooking, biking, writing articles.
Elena Sermaksheva was born in Belarus in 1989. She graduated from the International Sakharov Environmental University (Master of technical sciences, ecology). Elena likes to travel and do good deeds, because she wants to make the world a better place.
Johanna Strunge born 1990 in Germany, Johanna is studying Public History in Berlin, and did her bachelor in philosophy. She is mostly interested in questions of gender in history and dreams of doing her own exhibition about this. On free evenings she loves to cook for friends and watches movies from Wes Anderson, Woody Allen and Pedro Almodóvar.
Pietro Tarozzo born in 1995 in Italy, he is now studying Architecture at the Polytechnic of Turin. Always on the move, he loves music and sports, especially mountain activities. He is interested in military history (particularly that of the twentieth century) and dreams of climbing Mont Blanc
Varenka Theunynck Varenka may be a minor character in Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina and a kind of condensed sugar-boiled milk – but it is also the name of a Dutch-speaking Belgian student of English and German literature, who is passionate about theatre, because she loves theatre and also other art forms, but also a little bit because it makes her skilled at pretending to be good at stuff.
Martin Vasev is originally from Bulgaria. He is currently in his second year as a student of Yale-NUS College in Singapore. He plans to pursue a major in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, which he thinks is the field that best combines his interests. Without a doubt, his passion is learning new languages, so while working on his Chinese, he is secretly planning to take up Arabic or Hindi one day.
Agnija Vaska born in 1995 in a small village Ērgļi in the middle of Latvia, Agnija studies medicine in Riga. As much as medicine, she loves cats, playing volleyball, drinking hot chocolate and researching history together with 20 other Europeans!
Ajda Vodlan born in 1990 in Slovenia, Ajda is finishing her master in Defence studies and did her bachelor in Political Sciences. She is passionate about politics, history, justice and national security issues. In her free time, she likes reading books, writing, cooking and travelling.