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Nauka i badania

T.He.A.T.R.E.

 

Konkurs: HERA Joint Research Programme-2015/Humanities in the European Research Area (HERA)

 

Tytuł projektu w języku angielskim:

Beneficjenci:

Koordynator: Dolnośląska Szkoła Wyższa
Partnerzy: University of Lisbon (POR), Otto-von-Guericke Universität (GER), University of Edinburgh (IRL),

Key words: microhistory, generation, art, urban culture, learning

 

Kontakt: Koordynator merytoryczny projektu ze strony DSW: ewa.kurantowicz@dsw.edu.pl

 

Abstract:

 

 

ART.STOR is a research project to be conducted by a consortium of Higher Education Institutions. The purpose of this project is to recognize and study educational potential of history and creations of various art and urban culture located in four European cities: Wroclaw, Lisbon, Magdeburg, Edinburgh. Past and its manifestation in art and culture is one of the crucial factors which influence how residents of big cities live today. The city has been transformed by dwelling, experiencing, utilizing, and reflecting upon the history of art and its creations or the new aesthetization of the city space. The generations benefit from the uses of the past and a heritage of an art and culture distinctive to a particular place in many ways: in defining identity of people and places, personal goal setting and developmental tasks for both an individual and  a community.  We will use the microhistory approach which is referred to as alternative history (micro-history) being based on experiences, emotions, daily life, narrations, and everyday life, ordinary events, which matter to particular individuals and small communities. Following methods may be used in studying micro-histories: case studies (anthropological miniatures), ethnographical research (action research) and biographical-narration methods. 

    

 

Projekt stara się o dofinansowanie z funduszy Unii Europejskiej w ramach programu HORYZONT 2020