Lernen Sie die Grundlagen der wissenschaftlichen Recherche! In den beiden folgenden Lerneinheiten erfahren Sie, wie die Grundprinzipien einer wissenschaftlichen Suche funktionieren, warum es wichtig ist, sich selbst und sein Wissen zu hinterfragen und mit welchen Mitteln und Tools sie zur richtigen Information kommen.Weiterlesen

Wie sieht es in den Innenstädten der größten Städte auf dem westlichen Balkan aus? Wir haben eine Karte zusammengestellt, die Einblicke bietet in 33 Städte mit mehr als 40.000 Einwohner. Von Belgrad bis Dubrovnik können Sie in den 360°-Bildern die Architektur rund um die zentralen Plätze vergleichen und Gemeinsamkeiten oderWeiterlesen

Dolna Gorica Dolna Gorica is one of the nine Macedonian villages of the Mala Prespa, southern of the Lake Prespa. The area is the only one in Albania enjoying the status and rights of a minority. In the school, lessons are given in Macedonian and they learn Albanian as aWeiterlesen

Libofshë Rreth Libofshë is a village in the Municipality of Fier, located in southwest Albania, where the inhabitants declare as Serbs of Islamic faith. In the town works the Association of Serbs “Jedinstvo”, which in 2010 opened a Serbian language school. I could see the split in generations. The grandfatherWeiterlesen

Šipkovica Šipkovica is a small village near Tetovo, situated at the border with Kosovo.  Here Ali Ahmeti, the current leader of the Albanian political party in Macedonia DUI and commander of the former Macedonian UÇK (“Ushtria Çlirimtare Kombëtare”, or National Liberation Army – NLA), which fought for equal rights forWeiterlesen

Centar Župa Centar Župa is a village situated near the city of Debar and populated mainly by Turks. According to the 2002 census, 80 percent of the 6299 inhabitants of the municipality are reported as Turks. In the 1960s much of the population left the villages to work in otherWeiterlesen

The Arabati Baba Teke of Tetovo was completed in the 18th century by the dervish Rexhep Pasha, it has been the centre for the Bektashi community in the Balkan peninsula – serving as mother house for many others tekkes in Macedonia and Kosovo – until 1912, when the Ottomans were driven out of Macedonia.Weiterlesen

Demarcations and crossings of borders in and with South Eastern Europe The field trip „Demarcations and crossings of borders in and with South Eastern Europe“ lead a group of Serbian and German students to disparate settings of Turkish, Albanian and Slavic-speaking Muslims in Macedonia and Albania, and will introduce usWeiterlesen