Following the non-successful submission of RES_URB in the context of FP7 in 2013, SARCHA has recently been invited by the European Humanities University to work as a project partner and prepare a Horizon 2020 proposal to be submitted in May 2015.
The first meeting of partners in the form of an international workshop took place on November 2-3 2014 in Vilnius Lithuania.
Participating partners include:1. Felix Ackermann, European Humanities University, Vilnius
2. Allan Cochrane, Open University UK
3. Ben Cope, European Humanities University, Vilnius
4. Mary Dellenbaugh, Humboldt University, Berlin
5. Lucie Galčanová, Masaryk University, Brno
6. Tahl kaminer ESALA University of Edinburgh
7. Maros Krivy, Estonian Academy of Arts, Tallinn
8. Miodrag Kuč, European Humanities University, Vilnius
9. Siarhei Liubimau, European Humanities University, Vilnius
10. Maja Momirov, University of Novy Sad
11. Agnieszka Ogrodowczyk, University of Łódź
12. Steve Pile, Open University, UK
13. Marta Prista, Centro em Rede de Investigação em Antropologia (CRIA), Lisbon
14. Maria Theodorou, School of Architecture for All (SARCHA), Athens GR
15. Igor Tyshchenko, National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”, Kyiv
A meeting of SARCHA’s working team will be planned in the UK in the forthcoming weeks to discuss organizational issues and the involvement of associates that might be interested to work on the proposal.
More news on this blog soon.