Konferenzen und Events

3. AIES Tagung

Shoah und jüdische Gegenwartsliteratur im Schulunterricht
Antisemitismusprävention durch visuelle Medien im europäischen Kontext

Europa-Universität Flensburg

23.-25. Mai 2024


Prof. Dr. Marco Thomas Bosshard
Dr. Benjamin Inal
Erduin Pérez de la Vega

Flensburg, 23. bis 25. Mai 2024

Hier geht es zum Programmflyer.

There is a number of rooms booked in the Hotel Alte Post and the Hotel Ramada, both just situated at the Flensburg historical port in the city center.

Please contact us for your reservation - we will be pleased to organize your stay in our beautiful town and to facilitate your participation in the 3rd AIES conference!

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Airports: The closest airport for intercontinental flights is Hamburg (Germany). From there, you will continue to Flensburg by train which takes about 3 hours. Another option for intercontinental flights is the airport in Copenhagen (Denmark). From there to Flensburg, you will again continue by train (about 3,5 hours). However, if you will travel to Flensburg within Europe, please consider flights to the airport in Billund (Denmark) which is about 2,5 hours away from Flensburg by bus and train services.

Europa-Universität Flensburg is currently undergoing a fundamental shift in all of its core areas and has significantly sharpened its research profile. Research interconnections are emerging across the subject areas of justice, sustainability and diversity. Intercultural and international comparative perspectives, a wide variety of inter- and cross-disciplinary collaborations, and the close interconnected-ness of theory and practice shape our scholarship and teaching.

In keeping with this profile, research at Europa-Universität Flensburg focuses on the areas of education, teaching, school and socialization, international management, inter­disciplinary European studies, sustainability as well as environ-mental and, together with the Flensburg University of Applied Sciences, sustainable energy systems.

The university’s driving objective is to further its development into an internationally-oriented Europa university. The concept of being a "university of and for Europe" that is strongly geared towards the educational sciences is unique. As the European dimension increasingly moves to the forefront of our research and teaching, the university’s profile will continue to emerge and develop from that sharper focus on European topics and perspectives.


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