Young authors from all over Europe regularly publish blog posts about current events, discuss the relevance of historical anniversaries and share very personal approaches to issues related to history and identity in Europe. The Editors’ Programme is a project with and for EUSTORY Alumni. The Editors receive coaching by journalists, set the agenda for the blog and support authors in the writing and editing process.
We are always looking for new authors. If you are interested, contact us at email@example.com before you start writing. Every autumn we are looking for new Editors. Follow us here to see when the new round of application starts!
Meet the Editors
Gregor is a German Eustorian who has been doing his Bachelors in history and political science in Münster; after a year of internships he currently is a graduate student in Göttingen. He enjoys meeting new people, having discussions and fun together. Gregor is always delighted when he finds nice postcards in his letter box – they have got a place of honour in his room.
Jakob was born in 1998, he is from Denmark and is working as a teacher before starting university.
Born in Moscow and raised in Hungary and Sweden, Maria has recently completed her undergraduate studies in International Politics in the United Kingdom. At the moment she is working on a multitude of art and graphic design projects, and is planning postgraduate studies in Sweden. Maria is particularly passionate about questions of national identity and heritage.
Born in 1995, Phillip studies public history in Kassel, Germany. Loves to explore the nature in different countries and to discuss about history, but hates to describe himself.
Miguel was born in 1999. He loves reading, writing and most of all travelling and meeting new cultures. History Campus provides him with all of that… His other passions fantasy and history novels also give him that.
Taras was born in Zbarazh, which is a small town in Western Ukraine. Since 2008 he lives in Lviv. Taras likes history, journalism and public relations. During the last two years he worked in the Ukrainian Association of Teachers of History “Nova Doba”, helping refugee children, which were affected by war in Eastern Ukraine. One of his tasks is to show the real “face” of post-Soviet states to Europeans.
Jonas is 20 years old and is currently studying Political Sciences in the second semester at the University of Southern Denmark.
Milena studied sociology, but is not so crazy about sociology as for history. Interested in social and family history. Passionate about travels, breweries and books.