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Una Cultural Heritage - Podcast #5 on a vibrant community

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Heritage is a source of common identity and cohesion among all eight Una Europa universities, bringing together academics and researchers in a vibrant community of experts. This Una Europa community is hosting PhD workshops, offering open online lectures, working on joint research projects and, most recently, turning Una-Her-Doc, a joint PhD programme into reality.

In the fifth episode of the Una Europa Podcast, Dr Markus Edler, Chair of Una Europa's Doctoral Training Cluster, speaks to Professor Maria Gravari-Barbas from Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne about the amazing opportunities that arise from working in the Una Europa Cultural Heritage community. Gain first-hand insights into our new Joint Doctorate, Una-Her-Doc, which is open for applications now. Listen to two PhD candidates, Sabine Volk and Virginia de Diego, who participated in the Una Europa Cultural Heritage PhD Workshop over the last year, and provide a testimonial of their experiences.

" In 2030, I really would like to find students who will be able to move from one university to another, having always the feeling that they move to their own university. "

Maria Gravari-Barbas from Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne about the student experience in the University of the Future.

" A beautiful way to re-cover a European feeling (in pandemic times). "

Virginia de Diego on the PhD Workshop in Cultural Heritage, which due to Covid was turned into a series of online events instead of a one-off workshop.

About the speakers

Maria Gravari-Barbas is the director of the UNESCO Chair “Tourism, Culture, Development” of Paris 1- Sorbonne University and the coordinator of the UNITWIN network of the same name, comprising more than 25 top level universities all around the world. Maria is the Director of the Institute for Research and High Studies on Tourism (IREST) at Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University in France.

Sabine Volk is Research Fellow at EU H2020's FATIGUE project at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Doctoral Fellow at the Centre for the Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR) and Researcher at the Helsinki-based Now-Time, Us Space.

Virginia de Diego completed her PhD in Fine Arts at Universidad Complutense de Madrid in 2021.

Dr Markus Edler, our moderator, is Acting Managing Director of FU Berlin's Dahlem Research School.

  • Maria Gravari-Barbas

    © Johan Van Droogenbroek, Image Zone

  • Virginia de Diego

    © Virginia de Diego

  • Sabine Volk