ESR receives a prize at the 52nd Biennial Meeting of German Historians


At the End of September, the University of Münster hosted one of the largest humanities conferences in Europe with about 3500 participants - the 52nd Biennial Meeting of German Historians. Within the conference more than 50 PhD students from universities in Germany, Austria, Luxembourg and Great Britain presented their research in form of a poster competition. Among them, the ESR Michal Korhel introduced his PhD project “Borderland Children: Czech-German Children in Czechoslovakia’s Politics and Society after the Second World War”. His presentation was awarded the second place.

For more information (in German): https://www.historikerverband.de/nachwuchs-und-preise/preistraegerinnen/preistraegerinnen-doktorandenforum.html

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