The resilience and cohesion of European societies are strongly conditioned by beliefs and identities, as well as by collective representations and constructions of past and present realities and expectations about the future.
Research in the humanities and social sciences is well-placed for making important contributions to creating a new narrative for Europe by studying the drivers of and obstacles to the emergence of a European public sphere and a European cultural space. The role that technology can play in promoting a better understanding of the richness of Europe’s heritage and diversity equally deserves further exploration as well as solutions-driven options.
This call includes topics such as:
- CULT-COOP-06-2017:Participatory approaches and social innovation in culture
- CULT-COOP-07-2017:Cultural heritage of European coastal and maritime regions
- CULT-COOP-09-2017:European cultural heritage, access and analysis for a richer interpretation of the past
- CULT-COOP-04-2017:Contemporary histories of Europe in artistic and creative practices
- CULT-COOP-01-2017:Democratic discourses and the rule of law
- CULT-COOP-02-2017:Improving mutual understanding among Europeans by working through troubled pasts
More information about the Europe in a Changing Word Challenge.
See all the topics under this call in Participant Portal.