First Plenary Conference and Working Meeting
"Creating EU-World Dialogue in History Learning Teaching and Research"
Salzburg, 26-27 June 2009

Friday, 26 June 2009
Opening Plenary Session
Venue: University of Salzburg, Haus für Europa, Edmundsburg, Mönchsberg 2a

9.00-9.30: Registration
9.30: Meeting opens
Sonja Puntscher-Riekmann, Vice-Rector, Salzburg University
Reinhold Reith, Head of the History Department, Salzburg University
Ann Katherine Isaacs, CLIOH-WORLD coordinator, co-coordinators Guðmundur Hálfdanarson and Carla Salvaterra, and the CLIOH-WORLD Coordinating Committee
9.40: “Creating Links and Innovative Overviews for History in Europe and the World: CLIOH-WORLD, CLIOHRES and Tuning”
Ann Katherine Isaacs, Professor of Renaissance History, University of Pisa, Coordinator of CLIOH-WORLD
10.00: “European Union Studies” Sonja Puntscher-Riekmann, Vice-Rector of Salzburg University, Head of Salzburg Centre of European Union Studies
10.20: “The History of Europe between EU- and Global History. New Perspectives and Insights”
Christoph Boyer, Professor for Comparative European Contemporary History, University of Salzburg
10.40: “Europe in the World. Views from a Distance”
David Goldman, Salzburg Global Seminar

11.00 -11:25: Coffee Break

11.25: "Europeanizing German Historiography"
Stefan Troebst, Professor of East European Cultural Studies and co-director of the Global and European Studies Institute (GESI), University of Leipzig; Deputy Director of the Leipzig Centre for the History and Culture of East Central Europe (GWZO)
11.45: “Broadening Reciprocal Understanding through History: ISHA and its activities”
Frerik Kampman, University of Utrecht, President elect of ISHA, the International Students of History Association
12.00 “Austrian History/European History: a student point of view”
Kay-Michael Dankl, history student, University of Salzburg, Austrian Students Union (Österreichische Hochschülerschaft), Vice-Chairman of Academic Forum for Foreign Affairs (AFA) Salzburg
12.10-12:45: Round table, Questions and Debate: speakers and open floor

13.00: Lunch at Gablerbräu, Linzergasse 9

Friday, 26 June 2009
First Working Session
Venue: Department of History, Rudolfskai 42, Lecture Hall 381

14.30-14:45: Organization and logistics: Katherine Isaacs, Ewald Hiebl
14.45 to 17.15: Working groups: meetings in rooms (to be indicated) of the Department of History, Rudolfskai 42; coffee break at 16:00
17.30-19.00: Visit to Salzburg Museum, Neue Residenz, Mozartplatz 1 (“European Museum of the Year 2009”)
Reception by Martin Panosch, Deputy Mayor of the City of Salzburg, and Erich Marx, Director of Salzburg Museum
Guided Tour through the Museum

20.00: Dinner at Sternbräu, Griesgasse 23-25 (entrance also via Getreidegasse)

Saturday, 27 June 2009
Second Working Session
Venue: Department of History, Rudolfskai 42

9.00-12.45: Working groups: meetings in rooms indicated; coffee break at 10.30
13.00: Lunch at Sternbräu, Griesgasse 23-25 (entrance also via Getreidegasse)

Closing Plenary Session
Venue: Department of History, Rudolfskai 42, Lecture hall 381

14.30- 15.30 Reports of Working Groups
Discussion and Feedback

15:30-16.00 coffee break

16.00-18:00 Decisions on Follow-up and completion of Salzburg Conference workplan
Preparation for Bochum Conference (Autumn 2009)
Administrative, Financial and Logistic Matters
Any other business

18:00 Meeting Closes

20.00: Dinner at Stieglkeller, Festungsgasse 10