Extended Call for Registration

"Mediterranean Dialogues: Teaching History beyond our Horizons"

25th EUROCLIO Annual Conference & Professional Development and Training Course

Dear <<First Name>> <<Last Name>>,

Our upcoming annual conference in April 2018 is very special because it is the 25th EUROCLIO Annual Conference! We have extended the deadline for registrations until 15 March, so that even more people will be able to attend "Mediterranean Dialogues: Teaching History beyond our Horizons". The conference is hosted and co-organised by EUROCLIO’s co-founding member organisation from France, the Association des Professeurs d’Histoire et de Géographie (APHG). The conference will take place in Marseille, France’s door to the Mediterranean horizon, from 21 to 26 April 2018.

The EUROCLIO Annual Conference is a unique professional development course which has been addressing these learning outcomes for over two decades. The conference is attended by history, geography, heritage, and citizenship educators and education professionals from France, Europe, the Mediterranean, and the world. Learn more


Hotel Accommodation

To ensure that you have a comfortable and pleasant stay in Marseille, and to facilitate your preparations, we have arranged discounted rates and useful booking links with 4 different hotels in the center of Marseille. Please notes that the promotional codes are valid for a limited time only, and that hotels have limited rooms available. We advise you not to wait too long before booking your accommodation. Please find all the necessary information in the document linked below.

Recommendations for hotel accommodation

Please note that these are recommendations. You are of course always welcome to find and book the accommodation of your own choice.

“A great conference with lots of content that can be put into practice in the classroom. Very good contacts for future networking in history education and research.” – Participant 2016 Annual Conference

Check out the Updated Programme!

Key-note by Keith Brown (Arizona State University): “Object Lessons in Global Microhistory: Rewatching the 1934 assassination of King Alexander of Yugoslavia in Marseille.”
In October 1934, newsreel cameramen covering the arrival of King Alexander of Yugoslavia in Marseille witnessed his assassination by a member of a Macedonian terrorist organization, the panic of the crowd, and the death of the gunman. Today, this footage offers teachers and students a unique window on an event whose political significance has been overshadowed by the global conflict of World War II that followed.
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What can I expect?

"Mediterranean Dialogues" promotes educational approaches such as dealing with diversity, critical thinking, and teaching sensitive and controversial issues. The underlying approaches are cutting across all programme elements, and mainly manifest themselves in workshops and other participant-led parts of the programme.

The full conference fee of 585 euros per person will cover full participation in active workshops, panel discussions, key-note speeches, on-site learning, cultural programme, as well as coffee breaks, lunches, and dinners.

For more information on the Annual Conference, including the programme and concept note, please have a look at our event page. The extended deadline for registrations is 15 March 2018!

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I am looking forward to welcoming you in Marseille, in April 2018!

Kind regards,

Jonathan Even-Zohar

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