The Welcome Evening (24.11)
The 1st Conference Day (25.11)
The 2nd Conference Day (26.11)
The Conference Programme
BHU Conference Aims...
- …to give the young researchers of the Past a chance to meet, to create new contacts and to find a common language.
- ...to encourage the researchers to see that their work is also meaningful outside their native language environment. It is necessary to overcome the language barrier that limits the scientific work of the Baltic countries. In result, it would only mean a greater interest in the Baltic history on the international level.
- …to inspire the young researchers to have a more critical attitude towards the already developed tradition of researching into the Past. It is important to move away from the nation-centered view towards transnationalism.
- …to show that it is not possible to embrace the Past by only one branch of science. Our aim is to motivate the researchers to examine the Past more creatively, more openly, and in the interdisciplinary way.
Küsimused? Jautājumi? Klausimai?
We'll do our best!
Elmar Gams (perceiving MA in History with discovering the connections between Tacitus and the Baltics)
+372 568 44 597
Tiiu-Triinu Tamm (in MA thesis in archaeology trying make sense out of real bones and tough capitalism)
+372 566 77 375
Riho Paramonov (PhD thesis in history of technology and mankind will answer why we aren't cyborgs. Yet.
+372 534 41 952