Head of Project
Eva Dorner-Müller, StR':
Teaches the subjects English and Geography (bilingual) at the Gymnasium Neue Oberschule in Braunschweig.
Has been working part time at the Georg-Eckert Institute since February 2007. She has been working on making academic output more didactical and putting these results into (school) practice. She is also in charge of the area of school book reviews.
Project Partner: Germany
Hanna Grzempa, M.A.:
Studied history and political sciences at the universities of Gdansk and Hanover. Has been working as a research assistant at the Georg-Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research since 2008.
Lars Müller, M.A.:
Studied history and political science at the TU Braunschweig, University of Vienna, Austria and the UWIC/Wales.
Has been working at the Georg-Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research since 2007. First as a student assistant and since 2008 as a research assistant.
Has a BA in history and pedagogy and a Master of Culture of the Technological Scientific World at the TU Braunschweig.
Has been working as s student assistant at the Georg-Eckert-Institute for International Textbook Research since 2007.
Project Partner: Poland
Krystyna Zaufal, M.A.: (Head of the Polish group):
Consultant for education marketing, international collaboration and co-operation with academic institutes at the Małopolskie Centrum Doskonalenia Nauczycieli MCDN (Teacher Training Center) in Krakow.
Halina Anna Wesołowska, M.A.: (Head of the Polish group):
Consultant for education marketing, international collaboration, regional co-ordinator and co-worker in various international projects at the Małopolskie Centrum Doskonalenia Nauczycieli MCDN (Teacher Training Center) in Krakow.Trainer for European, historical and political education, specialised in introducing key competences to history curricula, id the author of educational material.
Małgorzata Kmak, M.A.:
Studied political sciences.
At the moment she is a doctoral student for political sciences at the college of education, Krakow.
Anita Stinia, M.A.:
History teacher in Wierzchosławice near Tarnów.
Barbara Węglarz, M.A.:
Studied political sciences and Russian philology. At the moment she is a doctoral student for political sciences at the college of education, Krakow.
Project Partner: Lithuania
Dr. Arūnas Vyšniauskas: (Head of the Lithuanian group)
Lecturer at the University of Vilnius’ history department.
Studied history at the University of Vilnius. Is interested in 20th century history, the spreading of politcal ideas (anti-communism, anti-fascism), social changes in modern Western Europe, Lithuanian history between and after the wars.
History student at the university in Vilnius/Lithuania, masters course. Employee of the “Lithuanian Art Museum”: www.ldm.lt. He is interested in early 18th century European history, modern reception of Lithuanian history in the West.