20-22 April 2015
International conference “Interculturalism in historical education”
The conference will address the question of how to use knowledge and reflection about the past to build attitudes of openness in today’s globalizing world and harness the potential of diversity on the local level.
We invited scholars conducting research on interculturalism and intercultural education, as well as practitioners – museum professionals, representatives of non-governmental organizations and cultural institutions, educators, teachers, those conducting projects in the field of multi- and interculturalism, as well as all those interested in the subject
Registration was open until 31 March. Thank you for great interest in our conference. Applicants were registered on a first-come-first-served basis and informed about result via e-mail.
- Registration and organization
- Conference purpose
- Conference program
- Accompanying events
- Programming Council, scholars and the conference team
Supported from the Norway and EEA Grants by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway