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What does the young generation think about Europe?
On the EUSTORY History Campus, young people from Europe and beyond get the chance to speak: About very personal approaches to issues related to history and identity in Europe, current events and the relevance of historical anniversaries. Supported by an international editors’ team, young authors from different countries regularly share their perspectives in written or multimedia formats on the public EUSTORY History Campus blog.

 

At a Glance

What is the Editors’ Programme?

What is the Editors’ Programme?

 

How to Become an Editor?

How to Become an Editor?

 

 

Get Involved as an Author!

Get Involved as an Author!

We are always looking for new authors. If you are interested, contact us and explain your idea at eustory@koerber-stiftung.de before you start writing.

The Editors' Team 2022/23

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Passionate about sharing young voices on issues related to history and identity: Since March 2022, nine editors based in nine different countries, support young authors in their writing and editing process. With their constant voluntary work, they make sure the EUSTORY History Campus never sleeps… Get to know them here!

 

Thomas

Thomas

Born in 1998, Thomas studies history and law in the picturesque town of Leuven, Belgium. He loves connecting with other young Europeans to gain a better understanding of their national perspectives on history.

Marlene

Marlene

Born in 2001, Marlene is a Psychology student at the remote university of Hagen, Germany. She spent an academic year in Kansas, USA, and is passionate about art history.

Liliana

Liliana

Liliana is a Bulgarian who recently obtained her Master’s in European integration and diplomacy of the EU. Passionate about travelling, photography and discovering the hidden gems of Europe, she has been part of the Editors’ team since 2020.

Rusudan

Rusudan

Born in 2000, Rusudan from Tbilisi, Georgia, studies law at Tbilisi State University. Passionate for history, literature and writing, she has been an editor since 2020. Besides working as a freelance translator, she also enjoys spending time as an amateur pianist and photographer.

Petar

Petar

Born in 1997, Petar studies Sociology in his hometown – Belgrade, Serbia. He is interested in social issues and politics, but otherwise likes to spend his time writing, taking photos and repairing lenses. To him, time spent best is time spent in nature, feeding the local wildlife.

Jakob

Jakob

Born in 1998, Jakob is currently studying history at Copenhagen University. He is fascinated by many things related to history and in general is interested in learning about different cultures. He is a huge cinephile watching countless movies and tv-shows.

Decho

Decho

Decho is studying International Business Administration at the University of Vienna and his main interests are in the field of economics, law, history and geopolitics. But of course, he would never refuse a good time with friends and water polo and aikido are his great passions.

María

María

María was born in Seville (Spain) in 2002. She studies Film&Journalism at university, and hopes to become a filmmaker someday. Her interests include history, art, literature and politics.

Vanesa

Vanesa

Born in 1997, Vanesa grew up in Slovakia before moving to England when she was 10. She now lives in a village in Oxfordshire and has a particular interest in writing about history, culture and arts.

Spread All Over Europe - From The UK to Georgia!

 

 

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