POEM brings together internationally renowned scholars from 5 European universities and practitioners from memory institutions, civil society organisations, and companies. The European Training Network (ETN) will provide scientific excellence, high quality training, excellent supervision, and interdisciplinary collaboration in and outside academia to train a new generation of researchers and to boost business innovation in heritage and memory work.
The POEM consortium consists of 7 European host institutions, involving 5 universities and 2 non-academic institutions:
University of Hamburg (Coordinator)
Institute for Anthropological Studies in Culture and History
Cyprus University of Technology
Department of Multimedia and Graphic Arts
Department of ALM
Museum Europäischer Kulturen
Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz
Ashoka Changemaker Schools
POEM involves 14 international partner organisations from acknowledged research and training institutions, memory institutions, civil society organizations, SMEs as well as social and cultural entrepreneurs, enriching the POEM-ETN with their experience and know-how.
1. Academic Institutions
2. Memory Institutions (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums)
Glasgow Museums (UK)
Lund University Library (Sweden)
Moesgaard Museum (Denmark)
National Museum and Archive of Greenland (Greenland)
Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access (USA)
ICO moving bytes GbR (Germany)
4. Civil Society Organizations
5. Social and Cultural Entrepreneurs
Marlene Marie Dixon @mardixon (UK)
6. Research and Consulting
Center for Social Innovation GmbH (Austria)
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 764859.