The workshop is organized by the Compostela Group of Universities and the Universität Regensburg. It is opened to students with at least one year of studies at the home institution.
The workshop is formed by two blocks of activities:
• 31st July to 2nd August: Students will join experts to reflect on the history of St. James’s Way and the importance of the pilgrimage to Santiago for Art, Literature, Religion and European identity.
• 3rd to 5th August: The participants will explore the border between Germany and the Czech Republic, hiking and finding out about St. James’s Way from Prague and from Pilsen both in the Middle Ages and today.
Scholarships are offered and cover participation in the activities, local transport, part of the meals, accommodation and health, liability and accident insurance. Every selected candidate will have to pay a registration fee of 120 €.
The deadline is on 15th May 2017.
More information is available here.
Elaborated by: Marta Vavřinová | zobrazeno: 270x | URL zprávy: http://www.econ.muni.cz/n4298/