Con esta herramienta te facilitamos un acceso a todas las ofertas y demandas de tecnología europeas y a búsquedas de socios para participar en propuestas europeas de I+D publicadas en la red Enterprise Europe Network, pudiendo filtrar los resultados para facilitar las búsquedas más acordes con tus necesidades.

¿Quieres recibir estos listados de oportunidades de colaboración en tu correo de forma periódica y personalizada? Date de alta en nuestro Boletín

Para optimizar los resultados de la búsqueda, se recomienda utilizar términos en inglés.

H2020-REFLECTIVE-5-2015: Patrimonio cultural de la guerra en la Europa contemporánea

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDTR20150121002
Publicado:
04/02/2015
Resumen:
Una universidad turca está interesada en proponer un proyecto con el fin de elaborar un plan del patrimonio de la Primera Guerra Mundial en la mentalidad actual de Turquía, que hasta la fecha no se ha estudiado desde una perspectiva comparativa. El objetivo es describir las fases de la evolución de la guerra en la política, sociedad y cultura turcas. La universidad busca socios con experiencia en gestión de proyectos internacionales, patrimonio cultural e identidades europeas y su evaluación de impacto para presentar una propuesta a la convocatoria H2020-REFLECTIVE-5-2015.

Details

Tittle:
H2020-REFLECTIVE-5-2015: The cultural heritage of war in contemporary Europe
Summary:
A Turkish university is going to propose a project aiming to map out the heritage of World War One in the modern mindset of Turkish nation, which has hitherto been left unstudied from a comparative perspective. The university is looking for partners with experience in international project management and in the issue of Cultural Heritage And European Identities and its impact assessment for H2020-REFLECTIVE-5-2015 call.
Description:
The Turkish University is looking for partners for a project proposal in the topic The cultural heritage of war in contemporary Europe (call H2020- REFLECTIVE-5-2015).
The university would like to participate in a project to be carried out on the topic of "The Cultural Heritage of War in Contemporary Europe". World War I had left a huge imprint in social memory and become a building block in the making of the modern nation-state of Turkey. Nevertheless, little has been written on the popular perceptions of the Great War in Turkey. The project idea is centered on outlining the phases of the evolution of the place of the Great War in Turkish politics, society, and culture.
Past studies has shown the following:
1) Turkish history textbooks do not conform to the norms set out by UNESCO and the EU. The narration of the war does not reflect an appreciation of universal peace. There is no recognition of the sacrifice of the 'other.' It, rather, propounds nationalist and antagonistic values, which dismiss the contribution of women, children, and the Red Crescent.
2) Commercialization of the Gallipoli memories in particular on a popular level is a great threat to heritage preservation. Replete with religious propaganda, cultural heritage tourism neither places war in its proper historical context nor conveys a message emphasizing world peace.
3) Surveys conducted with the visitors of war museums and memorials as well as students have revealed that religious and nationalistic fervor, antagonistic feelings towards European states and societies still prevail in Turkish society.
Because of the reasons stated above, the proposed project will map out the heritage of World War One in the modern mindset of Turkish nation, which has hitherto been left unstudied from a comparative perspective.
The Turkish University is looking for institutions (higher education / university, research institution, public partner, NGOs / voluntary organisations) with experience in international research projects as a partner or coordinator. One partner is sought to be the project coordinator.
With the interested partners, the University would prepare the project application together, led by the coordinator according to the relevant Work Packages.
The submission deadline date is 28/05/2015 (17:00).
The interested institutions should send their response of by February 28, 2015.
Advantages and Innovations:
The potential impact of the proposed project idea will be bridging the gap between EU perceptions/values and Turkish perceptions/values concerning the Great War and its heritage. It will lay out the groundwork for re-formulating official memorization practices, reshaping policies of cultural heritage tourism, and rewriting history textbooks, all based on shared cultural perspectives in Europe.
The emphasis will be on the neglected fronts of the Gallipoli, the Caucasus, and the Suez Canal. It will trace the cultural heritage and the evolution of popular perceptions of the Great War through a variety of sources. These include a thorough analysis of the printed media, novels, visual sources (films & documentaries), heritage preservation (museums), and politics of cultural heritage tourism since 1915.
Stage of Development:
Proposal under development

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
- Type of partner sought: Higher education / university, research institution, public partner, NGOs / voluntary organisations - Specific area of activity of the partner: Conflicts in memorial practices, media and popular culture, political appropriation, education, heritage preservation and related cultural heritage tourism. - Task to be performed: One partner is sought to be the project coordinator. Other partners share the contribution to the WPs on the basis of their field of experience.
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
University
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
No

Dissemination

Programme-call