The aim of the summer school is to draw attention to cultural heritages, which show a variety of interpretations of the past – historical past, cultural landscapes, cultural technologies, cultural interactions and lordship relations.
The chosen region represents diffrent places of coexistence that share and differ in cultural exchanges and cultural differences. The summer school combines diffrent lectures, interviews, discussions and fieldwork and it will be held between 29.08-03.09.2022, in three bulgarian cities – Ruse, Tutrakan and Razgrad. The summer school is organized by the Department of Anthropology and the Department of Design and The Rousse Regional Historical Museum. The seminars will be led by NBU lecturers and leading researchers from the museums. The participans are students, PhD students and lecturers from diffrent university programs such as Anthropology, Fashion, Interior design and other social sciences, humanities and creative bachelor, master and doctoral educational fields.
The final part of the summer school is a presentation of the results in diffrent forms – articles, reports, presentations, creative projects, etc. depending on the study field and the university program of each student. Presentations will be in present with the option of online streaming.
The participation in the summer school and final presentations provides each student 18 credits.
Duration: 6 days