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SUMMER SCHOOL | History and the Study of Humanities


Summer School
History and the Study of Humanities
Ruang 304, Gedung Margono Lt. 3
Fakultas Ilmu Budaya, Universitas Gadjah Mada
Jl. Sosiohumaniora, Yogyakarta 55281
08.30-15.00 WIB | 26-29 August 2013  

Universitas Gadjah Mada and Universit├Ąt will conduct a summer school on history and the study of humanities in Yogyakarta. Consisting of four days of intensive lectures and in-depth discussions, the course will be focus on the importance of historical approach and diachronic aspect in humanities studies.  Experts from both universities will be invited to deliver the prepared lectures supported by reading lists the participants are expected to read prior to the course. The course is intended to deepen understanding of historical approach in social sciences and humanities and provide a setting for academic interaction among Indonesian scholars. By these means, the course can hopefully pave the way for future collaboration in generating knowledge about history and the study of humanities. Twenty participants are expected in joining the course. Summer school on history and the study of humanities will conducted on

  • The course is open to M.A./Ph.D. students in social sciences and humanities. 
  • Participants should be proficient in English which will be the main language of the course. 
  • Interested applicants may send a short CV and a one-page letter of motivation in joining the course and research interests before 20 August 2013 to 
  • Notice of admission for the successful applicants to the course will be sent by 23 August 2013 and the rest applicants will not be provided written notification.
Important Information
The course credit will be equivalent to 3 credit points, especially for student of Fakultas Ilmu Budaya, Universitas Gadjah Mada. The two best participants will be nominated as sandwich program participants in Universit├Ąt Hamburg for 1-3 months.

Rika Sayekti 
Tel. 08157950644

Also see Seminar "The Mutual Perception of Europe and Insular Southeast Asia in Travelers ’ Accounts: the Role of Religions", here.

Source: Ratih

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